Every driver racing in Supercars in 2021

The Supercars field is now complete – so who's driving where in 2021.

Every driver racing in Supercars in 2021
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Confirmation that Garry Jacobson will partner Fabian Coulthard at Team Sydney is the final piece of the 2021 Supercars puzzle.

Following a turbulent silly season there's a host of changes heading into the new season.

Just four teams will carry an entirely unchanged line-up into 2021 – Walkinshaw Andretti United, Brad Jones Racing, Team 18 and Triple Eight Race Engineering.

There's one brand new squad in the form of the Blanchard Racing Team, which will help welcome Tim Slade back to a full-time seat.

Tickford Racing will continue with three of its four drivers from last season, as Lee Holdsworth departs due to the lack of a fourth Racing Entitlements Contract.

The new-look Kelly Grove Racing will continue with Andre Heimgartner and bring in race winner David Reynolds, who made a sensational break from Erebus just a year into a decade-long deal.

Reynolds joins in place of Rick Kelly, who made a somewhat unexpected decision to retire at the end of last season.

Erebus, meanwhile, will have an all-new line-up of Will Brown and Brodie Kostecki, after Anton De Pasquale defected to Dick Johnson Racing.

He'll be joined at DJR by Will Davison, as that squad looks to continue its dominant ways into the post-Penske, post-Scott McLaughlin era.

Matt Stone Racing, meanwhile, will split its two SuperLite rookies from 2020 – Zane Goddard and Jake Kostecki – into separate entries.

2021 Supercars entry list

Number Driver Team Car
2 Bryce Fullwood Walkinshaw Andretti United Holden ZB Commodore
25 Chaz Mostert Walkinshaw Andretti United Holden ZB Commodore
3 Tim Slade Blanchard Racing Team Ford Mustang
4 Jack Smith Brad Jones Racing Holden ZB Commodore
8 Nick Percat Brad Jones Racing Holden ZB Commodore
14 Todd Hazelwood Brad Jones Racing Holden ZB Commodore
TBA Macauley Jones Brad Jones Racing Holden ZB Commodore
5 Jack Le Brocq Tickford Racing Ford Mustang
6 Cameron Waters Tickford Racing Ford Mustang
44 James Courtney Tickford Racing Ford Mustang
7 Andre Heimgartner Kelly Grove Racing Ford Mustang
26 David Reynolds Kelly Grove Racing Ford Mustang
9 Will Brown Erebus Motorsport Holden ZB Commodore
99 Brodie Kostecki Erebus Motorsport Holden ZB Commodore
11 Anton De Pasquale Dick Johnson Racing Ford Mustang
17 Will Davison Dick Johnson Racing Ford Mustang
18 Mark Winterbottom Team 18 Holden ZB Commodore
20 Scott Pye Team 18 Holden ZB Commodore
19 Fabian Coulthard Team Sydney Holden ZB Commodore
22 Garry Jacobson Team Sydney Holden ZB Commodore
34 Jake Kostecki Matt Stone Racing Holden ZB Commodore
35 Zane Goddard Matt Stone Racing Holden ZB Commodore
88 Jamie Whincup Triple Eight Race Engineering Holden ZB Commodore
97 Shane van Gisbergen Triple Eight Race Engineering Holden ZB Commodore
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