Walkinshaw Andretti United will reunite 2021 Repco Bathurst 1000 winners Lee Holdsworth and Chaz Mostert with confirmation of its endurance driver line-up for 2023.
Holdsworth retired from full-time driving at the end of 2022, moving from Grove Racing back to Walkinshaw Andretti United alongside Mostert with Fabian Coulthard crossing the garage to team with Nick Percat.
The team also confirmed that Warren Luff will remain a contracted driver despite not being placed with one of its full-time entries, with suggestions he could feature in a wildcard entry.
“It’s fantastic to have Lee back, and Fabian on board again for 2023,” said team principal Bruce Stewart.
“To have two drivers of their calibre – and with their experience in our endurance line-up — is a real asset to us. It’s an incredibly strong line-up.
“Two events mean more on-track time for both drivers, but undoubtedly, their experience behind the wheel will be really important as we all adapt to Gen3 as quickly as possible – so we are lucky to have them.
“Of course, we won’t be letting Luffy go that easily either, he’s going to have a really important role helping our Super2 drivers on and off track, but also, we’re working on what an on-track program for him in 2023 looks like.
“It’s going to be a big year on all fronts, but will be fantastic to have Fabian, Lee and Warren around the team as we tackle the year head on.”