Dean Fiore lines up in a Nissan with Michael Caruso for the fourth consecutive year.
Fiore retired from full-time racing at the end of 2013 and went straight to the factory team for a co-drive, having since earned a podium finish at the Gold Coast in ’14.
His final year – with Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport – was his fifth as a full-time driver in the Supercars Championship and he’s one of a crop of Western Australian drivers to join the V8 scene in recent years.
After starting his career in karting, Fiore moved into Formula Fords in his native state before becoming a challenger in the national series.
He moved to Porsche Carrera Cup and finished second in the 2008 championship to Craig Baird, with a major highlight being a dominant round victory at Bathurst.
In 2009 he made his V8 Supercar debut in the season opening Clipsal 500 in a Team Kiwi Commodore run by Paul Morris Motorsport. Eventually his family took over the TKR REC and continued to run a Commodore under the Triple F Racing banner with preparation from PMM.
In 2010 they established their own base on the Gold Coast and purchased the former Fabian Coulthard/Wilson Security Falcon to run under their own banner.
In 2011, Fiore made his first Top 10 Shootout at Queensland Raceway and ran strongly in the top 10 at the L&H 500 at Phillip Island, before running under the Jim Beam Racing banner with DJR.
2017 Wilson Security Sandown 500 ›
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2017 Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 ›
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2017 Vodafone Gold Coast 600 ›
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