Super2 and Super3 locks in calendar
Tuesday 28 September, 2021
The Dunlop Super2 Series will have two more rounds in 2021.
The combined Dunlop Super2 and Dunlop Super3 Series has released a revised 2021 calendar with two rounds to wrap up the season.
With three rounds having already been completed in 2021, the series will hold its penultimate round during the Beaurepaires Sydney SuperSprint towards the end of November before wrapping up at the Repco Bathurst 1000 just over a week later.
With five rounds confirmed for the season for both Series, Motorsport Australia has confirmed a Series winner can be crowned.
Motorsport Australia Director of Motorsport & Commercial Operations Michael Smith praised the motorsport community for its efforts to deliver the Series this year.
“For both 2020 and 2021, we’ve all had to be flexible and adaptable in our approach to every single Championship and Series and in this case, we are very comfortable in awarding both a Super2 and Super3 Series winner in 2021,” Smith added.
“Full credit must go to the team at Supercars as well as the competitors and teams for committing to make this season happen.
“Of course, none of it would be possible without the dedicated volunteer Officials who will play a key role in delivering events for the remainder of this year.”
Supercars Chief Operating Officer Shane Howard was pleased a calendar was able to be confirmed.
“As was the case in 2020, drivers and teams have had a season filled with disruption caused by COVID-19 and we thank them all for persevering through these challenges,” Howard said.
“Over the opening three rounds of 2021, this combined category has delivered memorable door-to-door racing and unearthed some genuine stars of the future.
“We will now begin planning on formats and scheduling for these events and look forward to crowning new Champions at Mount Panorama in December.”
As it stands, Triple Eight Race Engineering’s Broc Feeney currently occupies top spot over Zak Best and Jayden Ojeda after a profitable fortnight at Townsville where he secured two wins and two runner-up placings.
It’s a similar story in Super3 as Nash Morris’ two wins, runner-up finish, three poles and three fastest laps in Townsville was enough to move to the top ahead Reef McCarthy and Michael Anderson.
The fourth round of the combined Dunlop Super2/Super3 Series in the Beaurepaires Sydney SuperSprint on 19-21 November.
2021 remaining rounds
- Beaurepaires Sydney SuperSprint, 19-21 November
- Repco Bathurst 1000, 30 November – 5 December