Chris Pither will drive for Garry Rogers Motorsport at next year’s Supercars endurance races.
The Kiwi will return to the GRM squad that he drove for during the 2015 long-distance races, before a full-time stint with Super Black in 2016 and an enduro spot at Erebus in 2017.
It’s yet to be confirmed whether he’ll drive with Garth Tander or James Golding.
“I had great time with GRM in 2015, it was very enjoyable, so I’m excited to be re-joining the team for the 2018 Pirtek Enduro Cup,” said Pither.
“I have a lot of confidence in the team and I am looking forward to the testing and racing to begin.
“It’s great to announce this today, start working with the team, and be even more prepared heading into the new year.”
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|Teams||Garry Rogers Motorsport|
|Author||Andrew van Leeuwen|