2024 enduro line-ups: What we know so far

07 Feb
10 co-drivers have been signed on for the 2024 enduros. Who will be announced next?
4 mins by James Pavey
  • Eight teams have now announced 2024 co-drivers

  • Of 24 full-time pairings, 10 have been locked in

  • Three teams are yet to confirm any co-drivers

The 2024 enduro grid continues to take shape, with eight teams announcing co-drivers for this year's longest races.

Already in the last week, Red Bull Ampol Racing, Shell V-Power Racing Team, Walkinshaw Andretti United and Brad Jones Racing have revealed co-drivers, with Scott Pye (Triple Eight), Declan Fraser and Jaylyn Robotham (BJR) finding new homes.

Kai Allen, last year's Super2 champion, was confirmed alongside Will Davison in DJR's famous #17 Ford, with the Broc Feeney/Jamie Whincup (Triple Eight), Chaz Mostert/Lee Holdsworth (WAU) and Macauley Jones/Jordan Boys (BJR) combinations unbroken.

David Russell (Erebus Motorsport), Tony D'Alberto (DJR) and Garth Tander (Penrite Racing) are also going nowhere, while Jack Perkins has lobbed at Blanchard Racing Team alongside old mate James Courtney.

What we know

triple eight co-drivers 2024

Feeney/Whincup and Will Brown/Pye will lead Triple Eight's charge, while DJR will be led by Anton De Pasquale/D'Alberto and Davison/Allen. Triple Eight will also enter a wildcard for seven-time Bathurst winner Craig Lowndes, who previously raced with Fraser (2022) and Declan Fraser (2023).

At WAU, the 2021 Bathurst winning combo of Mostert/Holdsworth returns, while Fabian Coulthard slots in alongside rookie countryman Ryan Wood.

Tander remains with Penrite Racing, having raced with David Reynolds last year. There is a vacancy at the Ford team; French sportscar star Kevin Estre raced for the team with Matt Payne last season, but the team hasn't confirmed if he will return, or if a new driver will enter the fold.

BJR has three combos locked in, with Declan Fraser scoring the plumb drive alongside star Kiwi Andre Heimgartner, replacing Dale Wood. Robotham has also signed on with BJR, replacing Dean Fiore alongside Bryce Fullwood.

fraser boys robotham 2024 bjr announce

Reynolds arrives at Team 18, which has Michael Caruso on its books. Caruso raced with Mark Winterbottom in 2022 and 2023, but hasn't yet been allocated to a car.

Two of the three line-ups from the 2023 Repco Bathurst 1000 podium could be set for change, with one definite given Shane van Gisbergen (NASCAR) and Richie Stanaway (Penrite Racing) have moved on.

Russell was re-signed for 2024 alongside Brodie Kostecki, who won't race at Round 1. Todd Hazelwood was set to be announced as Jack Le Brocq's co-driver, but will stand in for Kostecki at the season-opening Thrifty Bathurst 500. The team may be forced into further changes, with Jayden Ojeda on the ground with the team at pre-season testing with Hazelwood, Le Brocq and Russell.


Then, there's Perkins, who departed Erebus and reunites with Courtney, with the duo winning the 2015 Gold Coast 600 and finishing third in the 2019 Bathurst 1000 at WAU.

What’s left

webb testing 2024

All told, of 24 full-time combinations, only 10 have been formally announced. Three teams are yet to announce co-drivers: Tickford Racing, Matt Stone Racing and PremiAir Nulon Racing.

Tickford has had James Moffat's services since 2018, with the second-generation racer driving with Cam Waters since 2021. Tyler Everingham raced with Fraser in the Ford team's #56 entry last season, with Zak Best with Courtney and Garry Jacobson with Thomas Randle.

With Robotham at BJR and Ojeda testing with Erebus, MSR could be forced into a double change. The team handed laps to Kiwi veteran Chris van der Drift at Monday's test, and also has Cameron Crick in its sights, also with an eye on wildcard starts.

Then, there's PremiAir Nulon Racing, which had Jonathon Webb on site at Queensland Raceway on Monday (pictured above). Webb, the 2016 Bathurst winner, raced with Tim Slade last year. James Golding, meanwhile, had Dylan O'Keeffe in his corner in 2022 and 2023.

The enduro season will commence at the Penrite Oil Sandown 500 on September 20-22, followed by the Repco Bathurst 1000 on October 10-13.

The 2024 Repco Supercars Championship will commence at the Thrifty Bathurst 500 on February 23-25. Tickets for the event are on sale on Supercars.com and Ticketek.com.

2024 enduro line-ups: What we know so far (as of February 7, 2024)

Main driver




David Russell


Broc Feeney

Jamie Whincup

Triple Eight

Will Brown

Scott Pye

Triple Eight

Andre Heimgartner

Declan Fraser


Bryce Fullwood

Jaylyn Robotham


Macauley Jones

Jordan Boys


Anton De Pasquale

Tony D'Alberto


Will Davison

Kai Allen


Ryan Wood

Fabian Coulthard


Chaz Mostert

Lee Holdsworth



Garth Tander



Michael Caruso

Team 18

James Courtney

Jack Perkins


Craig Lowndes


Triple Eight (wildcard)

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