- Team Sydney
After almost a decade as Tekno Autosports, Jonathon Webb’s squad has undergone a massive summer of change.
It was announced at Bathurst 2019 that Webb and star driver James Courtney would lead a team based out of Australia’s biggest city, Sydney.
With that came a change of moniker to Team Sydney and an expansion to two Triple Eight-built ZB Commodores.
The move couldn’t have come at a better time after a disastrous 2019 that saw Tekno fail to even once record a top 10 result in either qualifying or race trim.
Courtney is joined at the squad by 2018 Dunlop Super2 Series champion and former Super Black Racing driver Chris Pither, providing a second experienced set of hands.
Tekno’s earlier days in the championship were particularly fruitful, proving a regular winner between 2013-15 with Shane van Gisbergen at the wheel – reflected by championship finishes of fifth, second and fourth in that time.
Will Davison replaced Triple Eight-bound van Gisbergen in ‘16 and maintained that form with fifth in the points and a fairytale Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 victory with Webb as co-driver.