Gallery: Lowndes' full-time Supercars

  • Virgin Australia Supercars Championship
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  • 28/01/2019
  • By Supercars.com, Edge Photographics, AN1 Media

Craig Lowndes stepped back from full-time Supercars competition in last November's 2018 season finale, shifting his focus to the PIRTEK Enduro Cup with Jamie Whincup.

With a record including three titles, 107 race wins and 166 podiums from 667 championship race starts, Lowndes has done it all.

Supercars.com takes a walk through the cars of a full-time career that featured efforts from some of the biggest teams and a pair of high-profile brand swaps. 

1996. Holden Racing Team, VR Commodore

1998. Holden Racing Team, VS and VT Commodores

1999. Holden Racing Team, VT Commodore

2000. Holden Racing Team, VT Commodore

2001. Gibson Motorsport, AU Falcon

2002. 00 Motorsport, AU Falcon

2003. Ford Performance Racing, BA Falcon

2004. Ford Performance Racing, BA Falcon

2005. Triple Eight Race Engineering, BA Falcon

2006. Triple Eight Race Engineering, BA Falcon

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2007. Triple Eight Race Engineering, BF Falcon

2008. Triple Eight Race Engineering, BF Falcon

2009. Triple Eight Race Engineering, FG Falcon

2010. Triple Eight Race Engineering, VE Commodore

2011. Triple Eight Race Engineering, VE Commodore

2012. Triple Eight Race Engineering, VE Commodore

2013. Triple Eight Race Engineering, VF Commodore

2014. Triple Eight Race Engineering, VF Commodore

2015. Triple Eight Race Engineering, VF Commodore

2016. Triple Eight Race Engineering, VF Commodore

2017. Triple Eight Race Engineering, VF Commodore

2018. Triple Eight Race Engineering, ZB Commodore

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