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Triple Eight Race Engineering
Triple Eight Race Engineering has commonly set the standard in the Repco Supercars Championship for more than a decade. The team has tasted success with Fords and Holdens, following a 2010 switch of brands, since entering the championship in late 2003.

567

Points

2

Wins

4

Podiums

2

Poles

Since foundation

Race wins
37
Podiums
51
Poles
42

Triple Eight Race Engineering has commonly set the standard in the Repco Supercars Championship for more than a decade.

The team has tasted success with Fords and Holdens, following a 2010 switch of brands, since entering the championship in late 2003.

Jamie Whincup's haul of seven drivers' titles between 2008 and 2017 is accompanied by another three for Shane van Gisbergen, and 11 of the last 16 teams' crowns.

It boasts an equally enviable endurance record, with a record 10 Bathurst wins and five PIRTEK Enduro Cups.

After Whincup clinched the 2017 title in dramatic circumstances, Triple Eight introduced the ZB Commodore it developed in 2018.

It won both races on debut in Adelaide and while van Gisbergen fell just short of a second championship, Triple Eight reclaimed the teams' title it relinquished to DJR Team Penske in 2017.

It had to settle for second in both the drivers’ and teams’ championships in 2019, though a dominant end to the season fuelled the fire for a big 2020.

Van Gisbergen broke through for his maiden Bathurst win to clinch third in the standings, one place ahead of Whincup.

In 2021, van Gisbergen won 14 races and scored another title, with Whincup second in his final season as a full-time driver. In 2022, van Gisbergen dominated and won a third title and second Bathurst, before adding a third Great Race win last year.

The team welcomes Will Brown alongside Broc Feeney in 2024, and is desperate to regain the crowns it lost to Erebus Motorsport.