Dunlop Super2 Series
Position
25
Points
263
Penalty 0
Average Qualifying Position 3.8
Average finishing Position 2.8

biography

Engineer
Brad Wischusen
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Resides
Status
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Outside of Racing
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Personal Vehicle
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Follow Richie Stanaway

Though still just 25, Stanaway has an impressive international record in both single seaters and tin tops.

New Zealand Formula Ford champion in 2009, he went on to be champion in the German ADAC Formula Masters series in 2010. That was after dominating in his Toyota Racing Series debut at the Hamilton 400, taking the outright lap record in front of the V8 Supercar paddock.

He was German Formula 3 champion in 2011, before progressing to GP3 and Renault 3.5, where he took numerous race wins and podiums.

He took part in Formula One's major support category GP2 last season, winning two races including the feature race on the challenging streets of Monte Carlo at the Monaco Grand Prix.

Stanaway's tin top experience includes a season in the Porsche SuperCup with the DAMS team in 2013, before joining Aston Martin in 2013 and undertaking race winning duty for them in the World Endurance Championship and the Grand Am Series in the USA. He also took pole in the GTE Pro class at the Le Mans 24 Hours in 2015 on his first visit to the track. 

He impressed on his PIRTEK Enduro Cup debut in Prodrive's Super Black entry last year and now moves into the Monster Energy Ford alongside Cameron Waters.

After concluding his early season WEC duties with Aston Martin, Stanaway's enduro preparations stepped up a level with a win on debut in the Dunlop Super2 Series in Sydney. 

Event Race Qualifying Finish
Red Rooster Sydney SuperSprint ›
Race 1 › 4 3
Race 2 › 5 4
Race 3 › 3 3
Race 4 › 3 1

Vehicle detail

Ford Falcon FG-X
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