If he wasn’t a Supercars legend already, Garth Tander secured his place among the stars with his fifth Bathurst 1000 victory in 2022.
Tander co-drove Shane van Gisbergen to success, joining the elite of drivers who’ve shared more than four wins in the Mount Panorama classic. And he could do it again if decides to continue as a gun co-driver with Triple Eight next year.
In the latest PARKED UP PLUS podcast, Tander reveals his thinking about re-upping in 2023 to go for a sixth Bathurst 1000 crown.
Next year’s Repco Supercars Championship is set to include the return of the two-driver Sandown 500, increasing Tander’s value as an experienced and quick co-driver.
The 2007 Supercars champion is also set to continue his burgeoning broadcast career as an incisive Supercars commentator.
PARKED UP PLUS also has the latest on the delayed 2023 Supercars calendar, as well as news of a special Holden tribute at the re-instated VALO Adelaide 500.
And as the Gold Coast twin-race returns this weekend on the mean streets of Surfers Paradise, Broc Feeney rates his chances of a breakthrough race win.
There’s also an in-depth look at Australia’s prospects in the FIA Motorsport Games, led by Supercars team owner Stephen Grove.
With Porsche GT star Matt Campbell onboard, Team Australia has strong medal prospects in motor racing’s equivalent of the Olympics.
All this and more in the latest PARKED UP PLUS podcast, where newsmakers tell their stories.