Supercars main gamer turned PIRTEK Enduro Cup regular Dean Fiore will contest the Dunlop Super2 Series for the first time in 2018.
The West Aussie raced in Formula Ford and Porsche Carrera Cup, finishing second to Craig Baird in the Porsche class in 2008.
That was followed by a step up to Supercars in 2009, in what was initially entered as Team Kiwi Racing but quickly reverted to his family’s Triple F Racing, run by Paul Morris Motorsport.
Triple F went it alone in 2010 with a Falcon, Fiore spending two seasons in that before joining Dick Johnson Racing in ’12 - recording his best championship result of 19th - and Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport in ’13.
Since then, he has been an enduro regular with Michael Caruso and Nissan Motorsport, taking his maiden Supercars podium at the Gold Coast in 2014.
In addition to outings in Carrera Cup, Australian GT and the Bathurst 12 Hour in recent years, Fiore has three Super2 events to his name.
Two with MW Motorsport in 2014 included a pair of podiums at Barbagallo Raceway, and were followed by a hitout at Phillip Island in 2016 with Image Racing.
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