Jonathon Webb is back in 2023, racing with Nulon Racing and Tim Slade in the enduros, ironically for the team he sold to Peter Xiberras.
Son of racer Steve Webb, 'Jono' has remained a co-driver since stepping back from full-time competition at the end of 2013.
That includes winning Bathurst in 2016 with Will Davison, having also won that year's Bathurst 12 Hour in a GT McLaren.
Webb has runs on the board in a Supercar, having won a solo race at Sydney Olympic Park in 2010, his rookie season.
That came with Dick Johnson Racing, before branching out to establish Tekno as a Supercars squad in 2011.
His career started in Porsche Cup, where Steve was a mainstay, before stepping into the one-make Carrera Cup from 2003 to 2006.
A final Porsche season coincided with Webb's Supercars debut, as a co-driver for Marcus Marshall at Paul Cruickshank Racing.
Webb moved into the Dunlop Super2 Series in 2007 with Stone Brothers Racing, taking a win in each of his first two seasons before claiming the title in '09 with MW Motorsport.
Since returning to co-driver status, Webb has spent two years pairing with each of Shane van Gisbergen, Will Davison and Jack Le Brocq.
He launched Team Sydney in 2020 and raced with Alex Davison and Fabian Coulthard, before selling the team to Xiberras.