Supercars journeyman Scott Pye has landed on his feet with a two-year co-driver deal with Triple Eight.
Rejected a decade ago by T8 founder Roland Dane, Pye is the big winner of the ‘silly season’ shuffle, trading a mid-field full-time drive for the best enduro seat.
He will partner either Broc Feeney or Will Brown in next year’s Sandown 500 and Bathurst 1000.
In the latest Speedcafe Newscast, Pye reveals how he rebounded from an ordinary career to secure the best co-drive. Listen here:
As well, Pye explains how he fell out with Triple Eight founder Roland Dane, who backed him as a junior racer in Europe.
Speecafe Newscast also reveals what’s happening with the 2024 Supercars calendar and Mustang parity changes for the Gold Coast 500.
And the new boss of Motorsport Australia outlines his vision for growing racing.
It’s all in the latest Speedcafe Newscast, hosted by racing authority Mark Fogarty.