Hopes of Victory in Bathurst Skip Away

After leading 99 laps of the Bathurst 1000 and withstanding heavy rain, fog and a stray kangaroo, Prodrive Racing Australia saw hopes of victory skip away in the final laps.

For the PRA team, this was a case of what could have been as trying conditions caused havoc on the mountain.

For Cameron Waters, lap 145 will be a moment the Sandown 500 winner would like to forget. When restarting following a safety car period, Waters’ was involved in a three-car incident, which damaged the car’s rear spoilers and resulted in a mechanical black flag.

PRA Looks To Answer The Mountain Call

On the heels of its third race win of 2017, Prodrive Racing (Australia’s) star studded team is ready to tackle the mountain in Australia’s greatest race, the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000. The Campbellfield-based squad has finished in the top four in each of the last six “1000s,” and looks to return to the top step of the podium after wins in the Great Race in 2013 (Mark Winterbottom and Steven Richards) and 2014 (Chaz Mostert and Paul Morris).

Waters And Stanaway Win Sandown 500!

Prodrive Racing Australia drivers’ Cam Waters and Richie Stanaway held off a late charge to register their first ever Supercars race victory at the Sandown 500.

The youngest enduro pairing in the field kept their nerve to secure Prodrive Racing’s third win of 2017. The victory was set up by a flawless ride on Saturday by Cam Waters, who rode to pole position for the fourth time in the team’s history. That form led into Sunday’s endurance event, where Waters drove the final 70 laps to lock in his first Supercars victory at just 23-years-old.

A Sandown Showdown for Young and Old

Prodrive Racing has the classic mix of youth and experience for this year’s Supercars Enduro Cup, where its four-car challenge commences this weekend at the Sandown 500. The team have won the race twice before and all three winning drivers are part of the team’s line-up this year.

Two-time winner Mark Winterbottom won his first ever Supercars race alongside Jason Bright in the 2006 edition of the race.

Chaz Mostert who was runner-up in the team’s 1-2 finish two years ago teams up with Steve Owen .

Metalcorp Brand Ambassador’s New Prodrive Deal

Prodrive Racing (Australia) has consolidated its driver line-up with the announcement 2015 Super2 Champion & Metalcorp Brand Ambassador Cameron Waters has signed a new deal which will see him race with the team until at least the end of the decade.

Waters, driving the #6 Monster Energy PRA Ford, is enjoying a breakout year and has earned his extension following a significant performance uplift in his second full season in the main series.

The new deal leaves Waters free to concentrate on further developing his standing in the championship.

Mixed Results In Wild West Sydney

Wild, windy conditions caused chaos for our Prodrive Racing Australia drivers at Sydney Motorsport Park last weekend. After a fifth place finish to back up Saturday’s runner-up effort, Chaz Mostert is just six points off fourth in the Supercars standings.

Far less content were Mark Winterbottom and Cameron Waters who were both hampered by technical issues.

PRA’s Harbour City Invasion

Prodrive Racing (Australia) is preparing for a seven car assault on this weekend’s Sydney SuperSprint where it will make its final stand ahead of the Supercars endurance season.

Joining the team’s four main series entries are the Ford squads two regular Super2 entries plus an additional second-tier entry for Enduro Cup driver Richie Stanaway who is making his solo race debut.

The team won last time out with Chaz Mostert in Queensland and following a strong performance he sits fifth overall, a little more than 100 points back from third.

Super Weekend for Mighty Mozzie

Prodrive Racing and Chaz Mostert finished the weekend with a 1st and a 2nd capping off Chaz’s most successful racing weekend to date. After setting a new lap record in practice Chaz kept the momentum going through the rest of the weekend.

Mark Winterbottom struggled early to find a set-up which he was happy with and despite the challenges, praised the response from his engineering team to drastically improve the car’s performance over the weekend.

PRA Holding it Together at the Paperclip

Prodrive Racing Australia’s Chaz Mostert is confident the team can continue its strong form at the Ipswich SuperSprint after a promising weekend in Townsville.

Mostert, a local of the area, describes the venue as his home track and was the scene of his maiden victory in 2013. The Queenslander says that despite its uncharismatic layout, the circuit known as the Paperclip can produce some good racing.

PRA talk of the Town…sville

Prodrive Racing Australia will celebrate the Townsville 400 with the event marking the team’s 200th. The team has claimed 62 race wins, 64 pole positions and 182 podiums in its first 199 rounds and is aiming to add to that tally during its milestone weekend.