TEKNO Woodstock Racing

TEKNO Autosports

Biography

Founded
2011
Headquarters
Stapylton, QLD
Best championship result
2nd (2014)
Best Bathurst Result
1st (2016)
Total Race Wins
11
Total Pole Positions
8
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Though TEKNO Autosports was only established in 2011, it has quickly become the benchmark single-car organisation in Supercars after stellar results in recent years.

The family team, run by owner and regular co-driver Jonathon Webb, took an incredible Bathurst 1000 win in 2016 over
former driver Shane van Gisbergen in intense circumstances. 

Will Davison’s drive in those closing stages was arguably the best of the year, backing up his early result in the Triple
Eight-built car that saw him win in Tasmania at his second championship event with the team.

2014 was also a strong year with van Gisbergen taking second in the championship for the Stapylton-based squad after it downsized from running two cars in the category. 

Drivers

Jonathon Webb

TEKNO Woodstock Racing

Will Davison

TEKNO Woodstock Racing

Team Cars

Holden Commodore VF
Will Davison
Key Members
Team Principal
Jonathon Webb
Engineer Car #19
Campbell Little

latest News

Davison: Too early for co-driver call

Discussions had, but no commitment yet on 2018
03/11/2017

Burgess on board for Tekno’s Bathurst defence

Englishman continues with Tekno Autosports at Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000
04/10/2017
Next Event
Coates Hire Newcastle 500
In Progress
Next
Practice 1
Format
SuperStreet
Soft Tyres
single driver
Championship
Track Length
2.6km
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