Virgin Australia Supercars Championship
Penalty 0
Average Qualifying Position 17.8
Average finishing Position 14.3


Mirka de Rosa
Palmerston North, NZ
Sydney, NSW
Outside of Racing
Classic Cars, Fitness, Cycling
Personal Vehicle
Ice Break promo ute,1967 XR Fairmont Station Wagon
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Former V8 Ute Series winner Chris Pither reunites with Dale Wood at Erebus Motorsport for the 2017 PIRTEK Enduro Cup.

The move followed a single full-time season for the Kiwi in the main game with Super Black Racing that included an AMROR ALL Pole Award at Ipswich.

Pither campaigned the Dunlop Series in 2015 and caught the eye of the Kiwi team, which subbed him into the FG X for the Phillip Island and Sydney rounds.

The Sydney-based Kiwi first cut his teeth in Formula First and Formula Ford in his native New Zealand, before competing in HQ Holdens and the Toyota Racing Series. He came to the attention of Aussie racing fans in the V8 Ute Series before moving into the Dunlop Series in a Kanga Loaders Falcon, finishing 11th in the series on debut in 2006.

Later that year, the New Zealander made his V8 Supercars Championship debut with Team Kiwi in Bahrain, before a part-season in the Dunlop Series in 2007 and his Bathurst 1000 debut as co-driver to Fabian Coulthard and Team Sirromet Wines.

2008 saw Pither make four V8 Supercar Championship round starts for Team Kiwi, before moving back into V8 Utes, taking out the championship in 2011 with the Ice Break Racing team.

He returned to V8 Supercars for the first time in five years in 2013, joining David Wall for the enduros as well as contesting the Dunlop Series. From there, Pither was announced as co-driver for Wood, continuing on in the third BJR car for the PIRTEK Enduro Cup in 2014.

His 2014 Dunlop Series campaign helped establish Pither on the Supercars scene, taking out his first race and round win at Townsville while finishing runner-up to Paul Dumbrell in the first ever Dunlop Series mini-enduro at Bathurst.

latest News

Pither joins GRM for 2018 Enduro Cup

Holden team makes first co-driver move with Kiwi
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Season Progress

Event Race Qualifying Finish Championship Position
Wilson Security Sandown 500 ›
Race 19 › 7 13 43
Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 ›
Race 20 › 21 4 32
Vodafone Gold Coast 600 ›
Race 21 › 24 22 34
Race 22 › 19 18 38

Vehicle detail

Holden Commodore VF
Erebus Motorsport

For this season, Erebus Motorsport has built its own Holden for lead driver David Reynolds, under the watchful eye of the sport’s sole female team owner Betty Klimenko. 

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