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Debutant Crick completes MSR enduro line-up

Supercars
20 Jun
The 2024 enduro grid continues to take shape
4 mins by James Pavey
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  • MSR confirms Cameron Crick for 2024 enduros

  • Crick, Cooper Murray and Cameron McLeod confirmed debutants

  • Second-gen racer competing in Dunlop Series, V8 SuperUtes

The 2024 enduro grid continues to take shape, with Cameron Crick's Supercars debut confirmed by Matt Stone Racing.

Old mates Crick and Cameron Hill will share the #4 MSR Camaro at the Penrite Oil Sandown 500 and Repco Bathurst 1000 later this year.

Before Thursday's announcement, Crick had long been in the frame for a main game debut this year with MSR, which handed the rising star laps at a recent test day.

Formerly Toyota 86 rivals, Hill and Crick have crossed paths several times in recent years. Notably, Crick raced a car out of Hill’s CHE Racing Team at the last two Bathurst 6 Hours, with the duo winning together in 2023.

“For me, this is a dream come true moment and it has taken a lot of hard work over the last few years to get here," said Crick, who is racing for Eggleston Motorsport in the Dunlop Series, as well as competing in the Tyrepower V8 SuperUte Series.

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"Obviously to do it with a very close mate in Cam Hill is something special, but also to build on the relationship with Matt Stone Racing as well is huge. The team has been super welcoming and accommodating this year and it just feels like the place to be at the moment.

"I’d like to thank my core partnership group who have been a part of this journey, and to see them on the car at Sandown and Bathurst is also very exciting.

"We’ve got more testing coming up in the next few weeks, which will be great to get more seat time and prepare for the enduro campaign."

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There are now just five seats left; the Cam Waters and Thomas Randle co-drives at Tickford Racing, alongside Jaxon Evans at Brad Jones Racing, with Jack Le Brocq at Erebus Motorsport, and Aaron Love at Blanchard Racing Team.

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“It’s fantastic to have the enduro season locked away, I think we have a solid driving line-up in both cars for Sandown and Bathurst this year," team owner Stone said.

"Cam Crick has fitted into the team really well this year and will be a good pairing in Car #4 alongside Cam Hill. Looking forward to having a red hot crack at the enduro races this season.”

Hill added: “I am really looking forward to having Cam join me for the enduros this year. We have been good mates for many years now and talk almost daily.

"We have come through the junior categories together, and to finally be able to team up together is going to be a lot of fun. Cam works harder than anyone I know on his racing. He has loads of talent and is underrated in my opinion.

"There are a few things for him to pick up being his first run in the main game but I know with the guidance of Paul Forgie our engineer and with Cam’s maturity he will be dialed in when we get racing."

2024 enduro line-ups: What we know so far (as of June 20, 2024)

Main driver

Co-driver

Team

Brodie Kostecki

Todd Hazelwood

Erebus

Jack Le Brocq

TBA

Erebus

Broc Feeney

Jamie Whincup

Triple Eight

Will Brown

Scott Pye

Triple Eight

Andre Heimgartner

Declan Fraser

BJR

Bryce Fullwood

Jaylyn Robotham

BJR

Macauley Jones

Jordan Boys

BJR

Jaxon Evans

TBA

BJR

Cam Waters

TBA

Tickford

Thomas Randle

TBA

Tickford

Anton De Pasquale

Tony D'Alberto

DJR

Will Davison

Kai Allen

DJR

Ryan Wood

Fabian Coulthard

WAU

Chaz Mostert

Lee Holdsworth

WAU

Matt Payne

Garth Tander

Penrite

Richie Stanaway

Dale Wood

Penrite

Mark Winterbottom

Michael Caruso

Team 18

David Reynolds

Warren Luff

Team 18

James Golding

David Russell

PremiAir Nulon

Tim Slade

Cameron McLeod

PremiAir Nulon

Nick Percat

Dylan O'Keeffe

MSR

Cameron Hill

Cameron Crick

MSR

James Courtney

Jack Perkins

BRT

Aaron Love

TBA

BRT

Craig Lowndes

Cooper Murray

Triple Eight (wildcard)

Matt Chahda

TBA

MCM (wildcard)

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