Your Guide To The 2017 Supercars Grid

Who's driving for who... and what?

Your Guide To The 2017 Supercars Grid

There've been a flurry of changes since the Supercars were rolled into the transporters in Sydney late last year.

So much so, a few fans are probably wondering what to expect when the cars hit the track at the Clipsal 500 for the first time in anger tomorrow.

While the grid hasn't exactly been blown up, we're here to walk you through some of the major changes in 2017.

On the team front there've been a few changes...

The Holden Racing Team was stripped of its factory backing and became Mobil 1 HSV Racing.

That support went to Triple Eight which has rebranded its cars as Red Bull Holden Racing.

Garry Rogers Motorsport has parked the Volvos permanently and climbed into a couple of Holden VF Commodores.

While a number of drivers have swapped rides...

Garth Tander swaps HRT colours to return to where it all started at Garry Rogers Motorsport.

Scott Pye's moved out of Team DJR Penske to take Tander old's seat at HRT... sorry, Mobil 1 HSV Racing.

Scott McLaughlin's switched from Volvo to Ford with DJR Team Penske.

Nick Percat will try to defend his Clipsal title at Brad Jones Racing after leaving Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport.

Jason Bright's out of Brad Jones Racing and in at Prodrive Racing at the wheel of a Ford.

Swiss ace Simona De Silvestro slips into a Nissan as the sport's first full-time female driver.

Dale Wood's skipped Nissan Motorsport to turn the wheel for Erebus Motorsport (Holden).

Feel free to take a breath now!

If all that's too hard to get your head around, we've dropped the full entry list below:


#97. Shane van Gisbergen – Triple Eight Race Engineering – Holden VF Commodore
#88. Jamie Whincup – Triple Eight Race Engineering – Holden VF Commodore

#888. Craig Lowndes – Triple Eight Race Engineering – Holden VF Commodore
#19. Will Davison – Tekno Autosports – Holden VF Commodore

#2. Scott Pye – Walkinshaw Racing – Holden VF Commodore
#22. James Courtney – Walkinshaw Racing – Holden VF Commodore

#33. Garth Tander – Garry Rogers Motorsport – Holden VF Commodore
#34. James Moffat – Garry Rogers Motorsport – Holden VF Commodore

#5. Mark Winterbottom – Prodrive Racing Australia – Ford FG X Falcon
#6. Cameron Waters – Prodrive Racing Australia – Ford FG X Falcon

#55. Chaz Mostert – Prodrive Racing Australia – Ford FG X Falcon
#56. Jason Bright – Prodrive Racing Australia – Ford FG X Falcon

#12. Fabian Coulthard – DJR Team Penske – Ford FG X Falcon
#17. Scott McLaughlin – DJR Team Penske – Ford FG X Falcon

#8. Nick Percat – Brad Jones Racing – Holden VF Commodore
#14. Tim Slade – Brad Jones Racing – Holden VF Commodore

#21. Tim Blanchard – Brad Jones Racing – Holden VF Commodore
#18. Lee Holdsworth – Team 18 – Holden VF Commodore

#7. Todd Kelly – Nissan Motorsport – Nissan Altima
#15. Rick Kelly – Nissan Motorsport – Nissan Altima

#23. Michael Caruso – Nissan Motorsport – Nissan Altima
#78. Simona de Silvestro – Nissan Motorsport – Nissan Altima

#9. David Reynolds – Erebus Motorsport – Holden VF Commodore
#99. Dale Wood – Erebus Motorsport – Holden VF Commodore

#3. Taz Douglas – Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport – Holden VF Commodore
#62. Alex Rullo – Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport – Holden VF Commodore

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