2024 Dunlop Series will commence at Bathurst SuperFest on February 23-25
Other event already confirmed is NTI Townsville 500 on July 5-7
2023 season will conclude at VAILO Adelaide 500 in November
The future stars of Supercars have two events already locked in for 2024, with key elements of the combined Dunlop Super2 and Dunlop Super3 Series calendar announced this weekend.
The Dunlop Series will first appear at the now confirmed season opening Bathurst SuperFest, racing over the weekend of 23-25 February as part of the Bathurst 500.
The other event already confirmed for the Dunlop Series to appear on the support card on is the NTI Townsville 500, which will run on the streets of the famous North Queensland circuit from 5-7 July.
The Dunlop Series is expected to feature another six-round campaign, with more events where the popular category will appear to be announced in due course, including the Repco Bathurst 1000.
Organisers are expecting another healthy field across Super2 and Super3 in 2024 following this year’s record numbers.
At least two current Dunlop Series drivers are confirmed to graduate to a full-time seat in the 2024 Repco Supercars Championship.
Walkinshaw Andretti United’s Ryan Wood will make his debut as a main-game Ford Mustang driver at Mount Panorama while Blanchard Racing Team’s Aaron Love will join the expanded CoolDrive Racing Team in 2024, also in a Gen3 Ford Mustang.
Serving as a long-time breeding ground for the Repco Supercars Championship, the Dunlop Super2 Series will once again race the previous evolution Ford Mustang GTs and Holden Commodore ZBs in 2024, as they have in 2023.
Early Car of the Future models, such as the FG X Falcon, VF Commodore and Nissan Altima, will continue to feature on the Super3 grid alongside 'Project Blueprint' FG Falcons and VE Commodores.
The 2023 Dunlop Super2 and Dunlop Super3 Series crowns will be decided at next month’s season finale, the VAILO Adelaide 500.
Anderson Motorsport Ford Mustang driver Zak Best holds a slender 30-point lead heading into the Adelaide street circuit event, with Eggleston Motorsport’s Holden ZB Commodore driver Kai Allen second.
The Dunlop Super3 Series will also go down to the wire. Image Racing’s Commodore driver Jobe Stewart holds a 192-point lead over NAPA Auto Parts Nissan Altima driver Jett Johnson, grandson of Hall of Fame inductee Dick Johnson heading into the final round in Adelaide.