Rick Kelly1983-01-17 (age 38)
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Kelly Racing has unveiled the fan-voted Castrol 'Silver Bullet' livery that Rick Kelly and Dale Wood will run at the 2019 Bathurst 1000.
Losing Michael Caruso from Kelly Racing has hampered the ongoing development of the Nissan Altima, says team owner and lead driver Rick Kelly.
Former Bathurst 1000 winner Todd Kelly has abandoned a plan to make a Supercars comeback alongside brother Rick at this year's endurance races.
A 'common sense approach' to pitlane regulations is all that stood between Chaz Mostert and disqualification from last Sunday's Supercars race in Adelaide.
Supercars star Chaz Mostert has taken to social media to defend Rick Kelly following their pitlane clash in Adelaide last weekend.
Tickford boss Tim Edwards says Nissan driver Rick Kelly, not Chaz Mostert, is to blame for the spectacular pitlane fracas during today's Supercars race in Adelaide.
Kelly Racing is trialling both an engine upgrade and the updated aero package on the Nissan Altima at today's Phillip Island test.
Kelly Racing will next week confirm that Garry Jacobson and Andre Heimgartner will complete its driver line-up for the 2019 Supercars season.
The branding that will carry the Kelly Racing Supercars squad into its post-Nissan era has been spotted at the team's Melbourne workshop.
Nissan Motorsport's improved Supercars form is the culmination of 18 months worth of development according to team co-owner Todd Kelly.
Nissan Motorsport co-owner Todd Kelly says his brother Rick's Supercars race win at Winton shows there is 'light at the end of the tunnel' for the embattled squad.
Nissan says it never seriously considered bringing the famous GT-R bodyshape into Supercars during the decision-making process regarding its future in the series.
Long-time Roush Fenway Racing engineer Nick Ollila has joined the factory-backed Nissan Supercars squad in Australia.
Nissan Motorsport is at a crossroads with the development of its Altima platform due to the uncertainty facing the carmaker's Supercars future, according to driver/team owner Rick Kelly.
New Nissan Australia boss Stephen Lester says ‘everything is on the table’ as the brand evaluates its future in Supercars.
Nissan is reaching a ‘critical point’ in terms of the direction of its Supercars programme, in particular its engine package, according to Australian CEO Richard Emery.
Will Davison has a suspected fractured vertebra in his lower back following yesterday’s 36G hit with Rick Kelly in Tasmania.
Nissan Australia’s CEO Richard Emery says the axing of the Altima from the local road car line-up has ‘no bearing’ on the Supercars programme.
David Wall and David Russell are tipped to be closing in on two of the top remaining seats in the Supercars field for the long-distance races at Sandown, Bathurst, and on the Gold Coast.