Walkinshaw Andretti United will end a long association with Holden and switch to Ford under the Gen3 rules in 2023.
It means Chaz Mostert and Nick Percat will move from a Holden ZB Commodore to Ford Mustangs next season, marking a reunion with the Blue Oval for Mostert after a Bathurst 1000 victory and race wins for Ford teams Dick Johnson Racing and Ford Performance Racing/Prodrive Racing Australia/Tickford Racing.
“I’ve had a long and successful relationship with Ford in the past, so it’s really exciting to be re-joining the Blue Oval in 2023 and beyond,” said Mostert.
“It will be a bit of a homecoming to step back into a Mustang that’s for sure. Before that, though, we’ve got a job to do in 2022, so that’s what I’m focussed on.”
Percat has never driven a Ford in Supercars, ending a decade-plus stint in Holdens with the switch to a Mustang.
“I’m really excited about Gen3 and our partnership with Ford,” said Percat.
“Of course, it will be different to see the Ford badge on the front of our cars, but it will be fantastic to have manufacturer support.
“With Holden finishing up in Supercars at the end of this year, we will be doing everything possible to end on a high, before we turn our attention to the next chapter.”