Sydneysider Brett Hobson returns to the V8 Supercars Dunlop Series in 2015 - his first full season in the category in six years.
While debuting nine years ago at Queensland Raceway in an ex-Steve Ellery Falcon, Hobson has only completed three rounds of the Dunlop Series over the past two years.
He finished ninth in the 2005 Australian Formula Ford Championship and was then granted his debut run in the Dunlop Series in 2006, before he linked with Sydney Star Racing in their ex Garry Rogers Motorsport Commodore for 2007.
A brilliant result at Wakefield Park in '07 was a highlight but things didn't translate into further results in 2008. Hobson was just one of the many drivers involved in a massive accident at Wakefield Park, a crash which forced him into an older car for the next round at Sandown and then to miss the next two rounds at Queensland Raceway and Winton.
In 2015, Hobson tackles the Dunlop Series in an ex-Garry Rogers Motorsport chassis last campaigned by Michael Caruso in 2011. However, a huge incident at Clipsal’s Senna Chicane this year has seen the Commodore undergo a massive rebuild to return to the track for the rest of this season.