The PIRTEK Enduro Cup was the prize awarded to the most consistent Supercars driver and co-driver pairing across Australia’s iconic endurance events.
Between 2013 and 2019, the Bathurst 1000, Gold Coast 600 and Sandown 500 presented four opportunities for each pairing to accrue points in their campaign for the coveted PIRTEK Enduro Cup.
The trophy, a stunning piece of artwork created by esteemed Australian artist James Corbett, was awarded after the last of the enduros.
The Bathurst 1000 Australian motor racing’s answer to the Melbourne Cup; engulfing the NSW regional city for four days in October, it is a six-hour, two-driver marathon around 6.213km of majestic, mountainous roadway.
Two weeks later and a very different yet once again challenging prospect was before the drivers: Surfers Paradise's concrete canyon. The calendar's renowned party event features two brutal 300km races by the supreme Gold Coast beachfront, with a new-look simultaneous concert set-up inside the track precinct sure to keep the entertainment going well beyond the chequered flag.
Finally, the historic Sandown 500 proved a fitting end to what promised to be an electric, title-defining endurance season in what was also be the penultimate round of the overall championship. Individual main driver and co-driver qualifying races will be held on the Saturday, with the combined results setting the grid for Sunday’s 161-lap race.
2013 - Craig Lowndes and Warren Luff – Triple Eight Race Engineering
2014 - Jamie Whincup and Paul Dumbrell – Triple Eight Race Engineering
2015 - Garth Tander and Warren Luff – Walkinshaw Andretti United
2016 - Shane van Gisbergen and Alexandre Premat – Triple Eight Race Engineering
2017 - Chaz Mostert and Steve Owen – Tickford Racing
2018 - Craig Lowndes and Steven Richards – Triple Eight Race Engineering
2019 - Jamie Whincup and Craig Lowndes – Triple Eight Race Engineering
2020 - Jamie Whincup and Craig Lowndes – Triple Eight Race Engineering