The grid is set for the 2022 Repco Supercars Championship following a busy silly season.
The field expands to 25 entries with Tickford Racing back up to four cars with the addition of full-time rookie Thomas Randle.
Broc Feeney will be the other full-time rookie on the grid, replacing the retiring seven-time champion Jamie Whincup at Triple Eight Race Engineering.
Dick Johnson Racing, Team 18, Erebus Motorsport, Blanchard Racing Team and Team Sydney feature unchanged line-ups in 2022.
Elsewhere, the full-time movers include: Nick Percat from Brad Jones Racing to Walkinshaw Andretti United; Jake Kostecki from Matt Stone Racing to Tickford Racing; Andre Heimgartner from Kelly Grove Racing to Brad Jones Racing; Bryce Fullwood from Walkinshaw Andretti United to Brad Jones Racing; Jack Le Brocq from Tickford Racing to Matt Stone Racing; and Todd Hazelwood from Brad Jones Racing to Matt Stone Racing.
Bathurst-winning co-driver Lee Holdsworth returns to a full-time role at Grove Racing (formerly Kelly Grove Racing).
2022 Repco Supercars Championship grid:
Triple Eight Race Engineering:
Shane van Gisbergen
Dick Johnson Racing:
Anton De Pasquale
Walkinshaw Andretti United:
Brad Jones Racing:
Matt Stone Racing:
Jack Le Brocq
Blanchard Racing Team: