Would-be Repco Bathurst 1000 wildcard entrant Michael Anderson’s hopes are still alive, but only just.
While the Supercars Commission has kept his entry open officially, Anderson has to prove he’s secured a top-level driver and that his ‘backyard’ team is up to fielding a credible effort.
The Bathurst builder’s application for a Super Licence has been rejected by Motorsport Australia and his appeal for a Supercars waiver is subject to him meeting key criteria.
The latest PARKED UP PLUS podcast outlines what Anderson has to do to get his ex-Dick Johnson Racing Ford Mustang on the grid for the 2022 Repco Bathurst 1000, for a reprise of the popular privateer entrants of the 1990s and early 2000s.
PARKED UP PLUS also reveals the superstars Anderson reportedly approached to partner him. Plus, the latest on those persistent rumours that Dick Johnson Racing has been sold.
In the latest episode of the news-breaking podcast, Aussie ace Will Power explains how Russell Ingall’s 2005 Supercars success has inspired his approach to winning a second IndyCar crown.
As well, confirmation that Supercars champion Shane van Gisbergen has been banned from competing in TransAm and news of another return by V8 legend Greg Murphy.
All this and more on PARKED UP PLUS, the home of major local motor racing news every week.
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