DJR is unable to run the iconic #17 and #18 together due to the latter being tied to the Racing Entitlements Contract Charlie Schwerkolt bought. The #18 is now tied to Schwerkolt's Holden squad, which bears the Team 18 name with Mark Winterbottom's entry carrying the number.
DJR's second number is also yet to be confirmed, with the team previously running the #12 for Fabian Coulthard between 2016 and 2020.
Team Sydney and Tickford vacancies
Tickford has already confirmed Cameron Waters and James Courtney for 2021, although 2020 drivers Lee Holdsworth and Jack Le Brocq are yet to have their plans set in stone. However, both Holdsworth and Le Brocq are on "multi-year" deals according to their current contracts.
Team Sydney is also yet to confirm who will partner recruit Fabian Coulthard. The Tekno squad's maiden season as a two-car operation featured some mid-season changes, with James Courtney replaced by Alex Davison after the season opener.
The Coulthard signing marked a coup for the team, but Chris Pither, who drove a Coca-Cola-backed car in 2020, hasn't been confirmed for the new season. Davison has also indicated he his desire to return.
Teams will be working towards locking in 2022 plans ahead of the introduction of the Gen3 rules package. While an ongoing 2021 season will be the priority for teams, questions will remain on which manufacturers some squads will run in 2022.
The current ZB Commodore model will race on in 2021, despite General Motors closing down Holden operations. Supercars has charged current Holden factory team Triple Eight with the homologation of the Gen3 Camaro race car body under the endorsement of GM.