Brenton Grove switches from Porsches to Supercars this year, racing Craig Lowndes’ 2017 Holden in the Dunlop Super2 Series.
The young Victorian has spent the bulk of his fledgling career in Porsches, with a combination of state- and national-level competition either side of a 2016 Australian Formula 4 Championship campaign.
Grove won on debut in the single-seater class and ultimately finished ninth in the championship.
He moved into the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge last year, winding up second in the standings before taking four top 10s from six late-season Carrera Cup starts.
His family outfit Grove Racing will campaign the Triple Eight-built VF, and a technical alliance with Eggleston Motorsport has been forged for his step into Super2.