THE DRIVERS

17yr old young gun Bryce Fullwood heads into his second year of the Dunlop Series after a successful Rookie year, jumping straight out of a go-kart at the Rotax World Championships and into a V8 at the 2015 Clipsal 500. Bryce is hoping to build on his results of 2015 in Mark Winterbottom’s 2013 Falcon.
Shae Davies heads into his second full year of Dunlop Series competition, having claimed the Kumho Tyres V8 Touring Series car crown in 2013.

NEXT RACE

ROUND 2 : Perth Supersprint
6th – 8th May 2016

2016 CHAMPIONSHIP

PTS

POS

#16. BRYCE FULLWOOD10827th
#26.SHAE DAVIES3198th

LATEST NEWS

V8 CAREER BEST FOR FULLWOOD AT PHILLIP ISLAND

Seventeen-year-old teenager, Bryce Fullwood, enjoyed a thoroughly competitive showing during the second round of the 2016 Dunlop V8 Supercars Championship at Phillip Island last weekend.  The Darwin born Territorian took to the 4.45-kilometre seaside Grand [...]

ISLAND CHALLENGES FOR DAVIES

On a weekend that promised so much but failed to deliver the anticipated outcome, Shae Davies drove his heart out to bounce back from a disappointing opening race to leave the second round of the [...]

DAVIES DELIVERS ON STREETS OF ADELAIDE

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LATE DUNLOP SERIES DEAL FOR JESSE DIXON

Speedcafe | Author: Stefan Bartholomaeus © Jesse Dixon will return to the Dunlop Series grid at the Clipsal 500 after securing a late deal to drive Matthew White Motorsport’s third Ford Falcon. The 23-year-old competed in [...]

DAVIES TO HEAD MW MOTORSPORT DUNLOP SERIES CAMPAIGN

Second year Dunlop Series driver Shae Davies will move from Matt Stone Racing to MW Motorsport for the 2016 season, replacing the departing Jack Le Brocq and Chris Pither, who both enjoyed their most competitive [...]

LE BROCQ TAKES POLE FOR DUNLOP SERIES FINALE

First published on Speedcafe Sunday 6th December, 2015 | Author: Daniel Herrero © Waters led through the first runs of the 20 minute session before Andrew Jones became the first man into the 1:29s just beyond [...]

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