The team’s newest recruit, entering his third season with Triple Eight, 2016 champion van Gisbergen turns 29 in May.
The 2019 season is the last on a host of Triple Eight’s commercial deals, including its naming-rights Red Bull sponsorship for the Whincup and van Gisbergen Commodores, and its factory deal with Holden.
Lowndes will race in new colours and under the new Autobarn Lowndes Racing moniker this year, with the automotive retailer upping its involvement to cover the next two seasons.
“The drivers are in different places in their career,” Dane told Supercars.com.
“That’s been a deliberate decision of mine along the way; that we’ve got a 40-year-old, we’ve got a 30-year-old, we’ve got a 20-year-old for a reason.
“Where we go in 2020, obviously it depends on our partners. We’re not going to do anything without having alignment with partners, and hopefully Holden and Red Bull ongoing.
“Those things, as you know, there’s plenty of time for that to play out.”
Dane says that he's keeping an eye on both the Dunlop Super2 Series and abroad for potential new signings for 2020, although admits the likes of his recent enduro recruits Matt Campbell and Earl Bamber may prove unavailable due to their international commitments.
A host of current leading Supercars drivers come off contract at the end of 2019, including Tickford Racing pair Chaz Mostert and Cameron Waters, and 2010 champion James Courtney with Walkinshaw Andretti United.