Virgin Australia Supercars Championship
Position
18
Points
1609
Penalty 0
Average Qualifying Position 15.8
Average finishing Position 16.0

biography

Date of birth
25/09/1995 (Age 24)
Place of birth
Adelaide, South Australia
Lives
Gold Coast, Queensland
Status
Partner, Alice
Outside of Racing
Training, car restoration, youth driver development and spending time with family and friends
Personal Vehicle
Holden Equinox
Engineer
Wes McDougall
Follow Todd Hazelwood

Todd Hazelwood and Matt Stone Racing enter their second year in the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship armed with brand-new hardware.

The 2017 Dunlop Super2 Series winning driver and team stepped up in '18, initially with an ex-DJR Team Penske Falcon.

However that was parked midway through a difficult debut season in favour of the familiarity offered by the ex-Triple Eight VF Commodore Hazelwood took to Super2 success.

That was part of a plan to switch to Jamie Whincup's 2018 ZB Commodore for '19, with technical support, to help move Hazelwood and MSR up the grid.

The South Australian has risen through the ranks since starting in karting in 2003, with the Hazelwood family well-known for their sausage sizzle fundraising efforts.

Hazelwood won numerous titles in both dirt and sprint karting before progressing to Formula Ford and Formula 3.

During his 2013 Formula 3 season, Hazelwood won the reality television series Shannons Supercar Showdown, landing a test driver role with Ford Performance Racing for ’14.

Eighth as a rookie in Super2 helped Hazelwood secure the prestigious Mike Kable Young Gun Award in 2014, with fourth and then third laying the foundations for his title-winning '17.

latest News

Hazelwood replaces Slade at BJR

'I have known Todd since he was a junior go-karter and I have watched him develop over the last 10 years'
27/11/2019

Hazelwood vows to return stronger in 2020

New chapter for Hazelwood after MSR exit
27/11/2019

Season Progress

Event Race Qualifying Finish Championship
Superloop Adelaide 500 ›
Race 1 › 20 12 12
Race 2 › 7 10 13
Beaurepaires Melbourne 400 ›
Race 3 › 19 23 14
Race 4 › 19 17 15
Race 5 › 21 14 16
Race 6 › 16 13 16
Tyrepower Tasmania SuperSprint ›
Race 7 › 14 14 16
Race 8 › 17 18 17
WD-40 Phillip Island SuperSprint ›
Race 9 › 10 11 17
Race 10 › 8 16 18
PIRTEK Perth SuperNight ›
Race 11 › 19 23 18
Race 12 › 19 14 17
Truck Assist Winton SuperSprint ›
Race 13 › 23 19 18
Race 14 › 20 15 17
BetEasy Darwin Triple Crown ›
Race 15 › 18 18 17
Race 16 › 12 13 17
Watpac Townsville 400 ›
Race 17 › 14 14 17
Race 18 › 4 16 17
Century Batteries Ipswich SuperSprint ›
Race 19 › 12 19 17
Race 20 › 9 13 18
OTR SuperSprint ›
Race 21 › 20 NC 18
Race 22 › 22 14 18
ITM Auckland SuperSprint ›
Race 23 › 20 14 18
Race 24 › 11 5 18
Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 ›
Race 25 › 15 NC 19
Vodafone Gold Coast 600 ›
Race 26 › 20 20 19
Race 27 › 20 20 19
Penrite Oil Sandown 500 ›
Race 29 › 24 11 19
Race 30 › 10 20 19
Coates Hire Newcastle 500 ›
Race 31 › 13 18 18
Race 32 › 13 10 18

Vehicle detail

Holden Commodore ZB
ENGINE: V8
Bigmate Racing

Matt Stone Racing steps up its Virgin Australia Supercars Championship program in 2019, after its rookie campaign with Todd Hazelwood.

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