On Monday, it was confirmed that Queenslander Bradley Neill will drive for championship-winning squad Eggleston Motorsport.
He joins a host of drivers who have been locked in for the new season.
MW Motorsport will run four Nissan Altimas for Josh Fife, Declan Fraser, Jayden Ojeda and Tyler Everingham.
Zak Best moves from MW Motorsport to Tickford Racing, having finished overall in 2020.
On Saturday, Triple Eight revealed the two liveries for Angelo Mouzouris and Broc Feeney, with the latter to campaign the iconic #888.
Erebus Academy youngster Jaylyn Robotham will make the leap with Image Racing, while Aaron Seton will campaign a Sherrin-backed #30 Commodore for Matt Stone Racing's return to the series.
Reigning champion Thomas Randle will not return in 2021, neither will runner-up Will Brown, who forms an all-new Erebus line-up with Brodie Kostecki in the main game.
The 2021 season will again feature combined races for the Super2 and Super3 races. Each category will run as a separate class.
The 2021 Dunlop Super2 Series will commence at the Repco Mt Panorama 500. Tickets are on sale now.
2021 Dunlop Super2 Series grid (as of February 10, 2021)