What we know so far: The 2024 Dunlop Series grid

Dunlop Series
16 Jan
The Supercars grid is complete. With less than six weeks until the new season, the Dunlop Series grid is coming together
2 mins by James Pavey

The 2024 Dunlop Series continues to take shape, with the new season less than six weeks away.

A raft of new names have been announced in recent weeks, with the next generation of star drivers rising to the Super2 and Super3 ranks.

Several seats are locked in, with several more to come. One includes Kai Allen, who will defend his 2023 title with Eggleston Motorsport.

Allen, 18, will be again be joined by Cooper Murray and Jordyn Sinni. Murray finished fourth overall behind Allen, Zak Best and Ryan Wood last season.

Walkinshaw Andretti United will again enter two cars, with Zach Bates joined by rookie Campbell Logan. Logan was runner-up in the 2023 Toyota GAZOO Racing Australia 86 Series, winning three times. He also impressed WAU at an evaluation day.

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Tickford Racing is set to return, but will have at least one change following the depature of Elly Morrow. The team has yet to confirm its 2024 line-up, with 2022 Super3 champion Brad Vaughan a front-runner last season.


Vaughan could be joined by Lochie Dalton, who has been linked to the Ford squad. Dalton last raced for Brad Jones Racing in 2023. Teenager Rylan Gray, meanwhile, debuted for Tickford in a Super3 Falcon at the season finale in Adelaide.

Morrow and Aaron Seton, who raced with Gomersall Motorsport, have called time on their Super2 careers.

Matt Chahda will again return in 2024 with his family team, and has already signalled plans to run wildcards in the main game as well.

Logan will be one of several debutants in 2024, with Porsche Carrera Cup front-runner Max Vidau replacing Best at Anderson Motorsport.

Last week, MW Motorsport confirmed it will run a Super3 Nissan Altima for Orange-born driver Cody Burcher. Burcher finished third in last year's Toyota 86 season behind Logan.

The next generation of Supercars stars will contest a six-round Dunlop Series season in 2024. The Dunlop Super2 and Dunlop Super3 grids will race at Mount Panorama twice, two permanent circuits (Perth and Sandown) and the Townsville and Adelaide street circuits.

The 2024 season will commence on the Mountain at the Thrifty Bathurst 500 as part of the Bathurst SuperFest, and end at the 25th anniversary running of the VAILO Adelaide 500 in November.

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