Gallery: Tander's full-time Supercars

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

Garth Tander was set to contest a 21st full-time Supercars season in 2019, until Garry Rogers Motorsport's shock announcement he had been replaced by Richie Stanaway.

It ended a run dating back to 1998, when Tander made his debut with GRM mid-year at Phillip Island, deputising for Steven Richards.

Since then, he's won Bathurst three times and a title in 2007, and Tander steps back to co-driving duties second only to Craig Lowndes on race and round starts.

Supercars.com takes a walk through the cars of his two-decade stint as a full-time driver.

1998. Garry Rogers Motorsport, VS Commodore

1999. Garry Rogers Motorsport, VS and VT Commodore

2000. Garry Rogers Motorsport, VT Commodore

2001. Garry Rogers Motorsport, VX Commodore

2002. Garry Rogers Motorsport, VX Commodore

2003. Garry Rogers Motorsport, VY Commodore

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2004. Garry Rogers Motorsport, VY Commodore

2005. HSV Dealer Team, VZ Commodore

2006. HSV Dealer Team, VZ Commodore

2007. HSV Dealer Team, VE Commodore

2008. Holden Racing Team, VE Commodore

2009. Holden Racing Team, VE Commodore

2010. Holden Racing Team, VE Commodore

2011. Holden Racing Team, VE Commodore

2012. Holden Racing Team, VE Commodore

2013. Holden Racing Team, VF Commodore

2014. Holden Racing Team, VF Commodore

2015. Holden Racing Team, VF Commodore

2016. Holden Racing Team, VF Commodore

2017. Garry Rogers Motorsport, VF Commodore

2018. Garry Rogers Motorsport, ZB Commodore

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