Warren Luff returns to Mobil 1 HSV Racing for a fourth consecutive PIRTEK Enduro Cup campaign in 2017.
He remains in the #2 entry, teamed with Scott Pye following Garth Tander's exit from the squad.
Luff won last year's Sandown 500 alongside Tander and had been on course for a strong finish, if not a win, at Bathurst before being taken out in the Jamie Whincup/Scott McLaughlin tangle.
The Gold Coast-based driver is the only man to win the PIRTEK Enduro Cup twice, securing the prize in 2013 with Craig Lowndes at Triple Eight before backing it up with Tander the following year.
A V8 Ute Racing Series winner in 2002 and 2003, Luff's full-time Supercars tilts in 2004 (Dick Johnson Racing), 2006 (Britek Motorsport) and 2011 (Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport) all proved tough going.
He's had a variety of high-profile co-driving assignments over the years, including with Marcos Ambrose in 2005 and James Courtney in 2010, helping the latter to that year's title.
When he isn’t in a Supercar, Luff works as a stunt driver at Movieworld on the Gold Coast and is an occasional starter in Australian GT.