Zane Morse enters his fifth Dunlop Super Series campaign looking for breakthrough results with a machine that carries race-winning credentials.
After three seasons racing an ex-Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport Holden Commodore VF, Morse stepped into the cockpit of the ex-Cam Waters Monster Energy Ford Mustang GT from Tickford Racing last year.
He made it count, Morse scoring a breakthrough podium in Townsville and nearly winning in Bathurst.
A seven-time state karting champion and two-time national karting champion, Morse graduated to Formula 4 in 2017 as an inaugural member of the CAMS Foundation's Rising Star program.
He moved to the Toyota 86 Racing Series and Legend Cars Australia for 2018, winning the national title in the latter, before focusing exclusively on the Toyota category in 2019. Morse finished 10th in the standings after ending the year with a hat trick of podium finishes at the Newcastle finale.
Initially looking to enter the Super3 class in 2020, Morse instead made the leap to Super2 with the Wamboin-based Brema Group Racing outfit. Results were lean for the rookie driver and team, ending up 11th in the standings with a best race finish of eighth in the Bathurst finale.
Morse continued to campaign the same Commodore into 2021; although he slipped to 13th in the final standings, he equalled his best race result of eighth at Reid Park in Townsville amid a bigger and more competitive Super2 field than the previous year.