James Courtney1980-06-29 (age 41)
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James Courtney's loyal backer Peter Adderton says he expects the former Supercars champion to 'step up' this season.
Tickford Racing has unveiled its renovated workshop ahead of the resumption of the Supercars season in just under a fortnight.
James Courtney will return to the Supercars All Stars Eseries as a wildcard later today, driving a Boost Mobile-backed Ford Mustang.
James Courtney has announced that he'll part ways with Walkinshaw Andretti United at the end of the current Supercars campaign.
Walkinshaw Andretti United has vowed it will fight its way back to the front of the Supercars field after a showing in Perth it's deemed "not acceptable".
The last chassis to win in Holden Racing Team colours, currently used as James Courtney's Walkinshaw Andretti United car, will be auctioned off online next week.
Supercars will want to 'do the right thing' when it comes to parity between Ford's new Mustang and the other two models, says Ryan Walkinshaw.
Walkinshaw Andretti United has re-signed Jack Perkins and Warren Luff for the 2019 Supercars endurance races.
Walkinshaw Andretti United has pulled the covers off its 2019 Supercars challenger, complete with new major backing from Mega Fuels.
Walkinshaw Andretti United says it needs to investigate the double suspension failure that ruled both of its cars out of the Sydney SuperNight race yesterday.
James Courtney is wary about a lack of track time for Supercars on Formula 1 race weekends, amid talks that the Aussie series could play a supporting role at more grands prix in the future.
McLaren executive director Zak Brown says the introduction of twin-turbo V6 engines to the Australian Supercars series is a mistake.
The Walkinshaw Andretti United Commodores are set to be fitted with parts developed by Andretti Autosport in the US ahead of the second Supercars round of the season at Albert Park.
Michael Andretti has confirmed that the Walkinshaw Andretti United outfit is contemplating a wildcard entry for the Bathurst 1000, likely to include bringing IndyCar drivers out from the US.
New Supercars alliance Walkinshaw Andretti United will run under the Mobil 1 Boost Mobile Racing banner this season.
Andretti Autosport’s roster of IndyCar drivers may well be offered the chance to race at the Bathurst 1000 in the future, thanks to the new deal between the US-based team and Walkinshaw Racing in Australia.