His is the newest name to be added to the Peter Brock Trophy, having won the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 for the first time alongside Will Davison.
Jonathon Webb is not just the co-driver, but team boss of TEKNO Autosports as well – and on Sunday was awarded the ultimate prize at Mount Panorama.
VASC: What was the sporting event or concert you attended as a fan?
JW: Holden State of Origin.
Do you have a signature dish in the kitchen?
No, I can’t cook at all. Toast.
What’s on your bucket list?
Well, winning Bathurst was and we’ve done that! I’m not going to win the Championship anymore because I’m not racing. I haven’t thought about it – I’m not that old yet, I don’t have a bucket list.
Your favourite off-track memory this year?
Still track related, but a trip to Le Mans.
Which current driver who you haven’t paired with before, would you choose to drive with at Bathurst?
I reckon Craig Lowndes.
Next week’s guest is David Reynolds, do you have a question for him?
I’ll have to think of something he isn’t going to answer inappropriately! Question for Dave – what actor does he think he’s most like?
Tune in for more from Webb tonight on Inside Supercars at 7.30pm on FOX SPORTS 506.