Tuesday, 22 August 2017 23:13

Entry list: 2017 Pirtek Endurance Cup

204enduro2017

It's the best time of the year... the long-distance races, highlighted by the Great Race, the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000. The driver pairing with the most points across Sandown, Bathurst and Gold Coast will be awarded with the Pirtek Endurance Cup. And with 900 points on the line across four races and 2100 kilometres of racing, the endurance events will play a big role in determining the winner of the 2017 Virgin Australia Supercars Championship.

V8X Supercar Magazine issue #100 is your must-have guide to the 2017 Pirtek Endurance Cup, with a team-by-team and event preview
 of the long-distance races, along with a full rundown of the record books for the endurance title.

CLICK HERE to order issue #100.

The following is the list of entries for the Pirtek Endurance Cup. This will be updated as the final signings and wildcard entries are announced.

2017 Pirtek Endurance Cup entry list (in pitlane order):

#97. Shane van Gisbergen/Matt Campbell. Triple Eight Race Engineering – Holden VF Commodore
#88. Jamie Whincup/Paul Dumbrell. Triple Eight Race Engineering – Holden VF Commodore

#888. Craig Lowndes/Steven Richards. Triple Eight Race Engineering – Holden VF Commodore
#19. Will Davison/Jonathon Webb. Tekno Autosports – Holden VF Commodore

#2. Scott Pye/Warren Luff. Walkinshaw Racing – Holden VF Commodore
#22. James Courtney/Jack Perkins. Walkinshaw Racing – Holden VF Commodore

#33. Garth Tander/James Golding. Garry Rogers Motorsport – Holden VF Commodore
#34. James Moffat/Richard Muscat. Garry Rogers Motorsport – Holden VF Commodore

#5. Mark Winterbottom/Dean Canto. Prodrive Racing Australia – Ford FG X Falcon
#6. Cameron Waters/Richie Stanaway. Prodrive Racing Australia – Ford FG X Falcon

#55. Chaz Mostert/Steve Owen. Prodrive Racing Australia – Ford FG X Falcon
#56. Jason Bright/Garry Jacobson. Prodrive Racing Australia – Ford FG X Falcon

#12. Fabian Coulthard/Tony D'Alberto. DJR Team Penske – Ford FG X Falcon
#17. Scott McLaughlin/Alexandre Prémat. DJR Team Penske – Ford FG X Falcon

#8. Nick Percat/Macauley Jones. Brad Jones Racing – Holden VF Commodore
#14. Tim Slade/Andre Heimgartner. Brad Jones Racing – Holden VF Commodore

#21. Tim Blanchard/Todd Hazelwood. Brad Jones Racing – Holden VF Commodore
#18. Lee Holdsworth/Karl Reindler. Team 18 – Holden VF Commodore

#15. Rick Kelly/David Wall. Nissan Motorsport – Nissan Altima
#7. Todd Kelly/Jack Le Brocq. Nissan Motorsport – Nissan Altima

#23. Michael Caruso/Dean Fiore. Nissan Motorsport – Nissan Altima
#78. Simona de Silvestro/David Russell. Nissan Motorsport – Nissan Altima

#9. David Reynolds/Luke Youlden. Erebus Motorsport – Holden VF Commodore
#99. Dale Wood/Chris Pither. Erebus Motorsport – Holden VF Commodore

#62. Alex Rullo/Alex Davison. Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport – Holden VF Commodore
#3. Aaren Russell/Taz Douglas. Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport – Holden VF Commodore



calendar-banner

Event Date
Adelaide 500 1-4 March
2018 Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix 22-25 March
Tyrepower Tasmania SuperSprint 6-8 April
WD-40 Phillip Island 500 20-22 April
Perth SuperSprint 4-6 May
Winton SuperSprint 18-20 May
CrownBet Darwin Triple Crown 15-17 June
Watpac Townsville 400 6-8 July
Coates Hire Ipswich SuperSprint 20-22 July
Red Rooster Sydney SuperSprint 4 August
The Bend SuperSprint 24-26 August
Sandown 500 14-16 September
Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 4-7 October
Vodafone Gold Coast 600 19-21 October
ITM Auckland SuperSprint 2-4 November
Coates Hire Newcastle 500 23-25 November

 

points-banner

Pos

 Driver

 Points

 1

 Scott McLaughlin

1775

 2

 Shane van Gisbergen

1614

 3

 David Reynolds

1448

 4

 Craig Lowndes

1362

 5

 Jamie Whincup

1342

 6

 Scott Pye

1279

 7

 Fabian Coulthard

1229

 8

 Rick Kelly

1216

 9

 Chaz Mostert

1109

 10

 James Courtney 

1104

 Full points table