South Australian Adam Wallis is something of a veteran of the Dunlop Series, having been a part of the category across virtually its entire 13-year history.
He first debuted in the Dunlop Series in 2001 and competed again in 2003 and 2004 before moving into an ex-Paul Dumbrell Commodore that Dumbrell used to win the 2002 development series crown.
He made just the one series start at his home event in Adelaide in 2007 and then competed in both the V8 Touring Car series (a Shannons Nationals category for old V8Supercars), winning the championship in 2009.
Having also sampled a Porsche in the Australia GT Championship, Wallis returned to the Dunlop Series for two rounds in 2010.
In 2011 he updated from a VZ Commodore to a VE model sourced by Garry Rogers Motorsport and competed in three rounds for the year before running in five rounds in 2012 in the same car.
His car is the same Commodore that Lee Holdsworth took to his maiden V8 Supercar victory at Oran Park in 2007.