A stalwart of the Dunlop Super3 Series, Jim Pollicina will upgrade to a Car of the Future-spec machine for 2023. Pollicina will race the Triple Eight-built VF Commodore that Cameron Hill piloted in last year's Dunlop Super2 Series. Pollicina started this year in an ex-Greg Murphy Racing Holden Commodore VE II.
A McDonald's franchisee with 10 stores in the greater Sydney region, Pollicina has been a regular face among Supercars’ support categories for many years.
After a almost decade of racing production cars, Pollicina first joined what was then known as the V8 Touring Car Series for the start of the 2012 season and, apart from 2014, has been a competitor in the third-tier series ever since.
Last year at Bathurst, he became the second driver to register 50 round starts across the V8TC and Super3 eras.
Pollicina also has experience in Supercars' second tier, making his debut at the season-ending Dunlop Series round of 2012 at Sydney Olympic Park ahead of two full seasons in 2013 and 2014.
In addition to his Supercars racing, Pollicina has also been a regular in Touring Car Masters aboard a rapid Holden Torana A9X, and he won the 2018 Australian Production Car Championship in a Lotus Exige with Ryan Simpson.