Red Bull Ampol Racing confirms 2024 enduro pairings
Jamie Whincup returns alongside Broc Feeney
Team recruits Will Brown and Scott Pye to form all-new combo
Triple Eight has confirmed its 2024 enduro pairings, which sees recruits Will Brown and Scott Pye form an all-new combination.
The 10-time Bathurst winning-team revealed its 2024 Red Bull Ampol Racing livery at a special 'Livery Landing' launch event in Toowoomba on Saturday.
The team also used the occasion to confirmed Jamie Whincup will return alongside Broc Feeney for a third season, with Pye locked in alongside Brown.
Feeney and Whincup won last year's Penrite Oil Sandown 500, with Feeney becoming the youngest driver to win the race. Whincup, meanwhile, won the Sandown enduro for a fifth time.
Pye, meanwhile, will race with fellow Triple Eight recruit in the #87 Red Bull Ampol Camaro at this year's enduros, which again are the Penrite Oil Sandown 500 and Repco Bathurst 1000.
A former Triple Eight driver in the Dunlop Series, Pye is preparing for his first season out of the full-time game since 2012.
It comes after Ford rival Shell V-Power Racing Team announced its 2024 enduro line-up with reigning Super2 champion Kai Allen to race with two-time Bathurst winner Will Davison. The team has also retained the Anton De Pasquale/Tony D'Alberto pairing.
Whincup and Pye join David Russell (Erebus Motorsport), Garth Tander (Penrite Racing), Michael Caruso (Team 18) and Jack Perkins (Blanchard Racing Team) as announced drivers for this year's longest races.
The Penrite Oil Sandown 500 will open the enduro season on September 20-22, before the showpiece Repco Bathurst 1000 on October 10-13.