Erebus appoints Brad Tremain as new Team Principal
Tremain was Erebus' Crew Chief between 2020 and 2023
Erebus enters 2024 as reigning drivers' and teams' champions
Erebus Motorsport will enter its season as reigning champions with a new Team Principal in Brad Tremain.
Tremain joined the team in 2016 as a Number Two Mechanic and later became the team’s Crew Chief ahead of the 2021 season.
He will work under Erebus CEO Barry Ryan as the team aims to defend its drivers’ and teams’ championships it won in 2023.
Brad Packham will step into the role of Crew Chief, with George Commins and Tom Moore to engineer Brodie Kostecki and recruit Jack Le Brocq respectively.
Ryan, along with team owners Betty and Daniel Klimenko and Managing Director Shannen Kiely, will continue to spearhead the team.
"In recognising and providing opportunities for our own talent to grow within the team, we're focussed on building a winning culture,” Ryan said.
"It's about creating an environment where everyone has a chance to lead, keeping our team engaged and eager.
"Success isn't just about trophies — it's about growing together and celebrating every step of the journey."
Erebus burst out of the blocks in the first Gen3 season and won 10 races en route to the 2023 drivers’ and teams’ titles, both firsts for the team.
“It's a proud moment for me to step up into the Team Principal role, and having the support of the whole crew means a lot,” Tremain said.
"We've had a really consistent crew for a number of years now and adding to that experience and drive is only going to make us stronger as we look toward the 2024 season.
"The Erebus guys and girls are all about getting stuff done, eyes on the prize, bring it on.”
Erebus will test its new Gen3 Camaros at the hands of Kostecki and Le Brocq at Winton on February 7 ahead of the Thrifty Bathurst 500 on February 23-25. Tickets are on sale now.