After an excellent debut year with Tickford Racing in 2019, Lee Holdsworth continues in the No. 5 Ford Mustang in 2020, this year sporting the colours of Truck Assist Racing. Holdsworth’s return to form in 2019 saw him finish 10th in the championship, with a season-best third at the Sandown 500. Prior to joining Tickford, he spent four years with Charlie Schwerkolt Racing, initially under the Walkinshaw Racing umbrella in 2015 before going it alone, with a best championship finish of 14th. That stint was marred by injury in 2016, when Holdsworth crashed heavily at Hidden Valley and missed three events. Holdsworth’s career began when he was seven, racing karts and Commodore Cup before progressing to the Dunlop Super2 Series in 2004. In that class he caught the eye of Garry Rogers, getting an enduro drive in 2005 and full-time opportunity in ’06, taking his first podium mid-year at Oran Park. One year later at the Sydney circuit, Holdsworth claimed his maiden Supercars race win, taking a second victory with GRM at Homebush in 2010. He moved to Stone Brothers Racing for 2012, which morphed into Erebus Motorsport and swapped Fords for Mercedes machinery the following year. That program was a grind, but Holdsworth did take his career tally to three wins at Winton in 2014, before linking with Schwerkolt.

Wins – 3
Podiums – 16
Poles – 4
Event Starts – 213
Race Starts – 475
Birthplace – Australian, Brisbane, Queensland
DOB – 2nd of February, 1983

Coming off a career-best championship finish in 2019, Cameron Waters enters 2020 poised to step into regular contention for race wins and championships. The 26-year old whom Tickford Racing has groomed since his teen years steps into the new decade and his fifth full-time Supercars season positioned to lead the team’s assault on the championship, looking to add to its illustrious history in 2020. Waters added six podiums and a pole to his career tally in 2019 en route to seventh in the drivers’ championship, a striking improvement on a 2018 season where nothing seemed to go the way the Mildura native wanted. The team’s top qualifier in 2019, Waters’ season result may have been even better had incidents out of his control not taken him out of contention at several key races, but the youngster’s form has him confident for the year ahead, where he is again supported by Monster Energy. Waters’ career highlight to date is the 2017 Sandown 500, where he and Richie Stanaway won from pole in dominating fashion. He was also the recipient of the 2016 Mike Kable Young Gun Award, reserved for a standout first year Supercars driver. After winning the televised Shannons Supercar Showdown in 2011, Waters became the youngest driver to compete the Bathurst 1000 at just 17 years old. His career accolades prior to his Supercars rookie year in 2016 include the 2011 Formula Ford championship and the 2015 Dunlop Super2 Series crown, won with Tickford Racing.

Wins – 2
Podiums – 19
Poles – 5
Event Starts – 80
Race Starts – 157
Birthplace – Australian, Mildura, Victoria
DOB – 3rd of August, 1994

A former Supercars champion, James Courtney joins Tickford Racing eager to prove he is still on top of his game. Courtney joins the team along with youth-focused telco Boost Mobile, coming on board the entry owned by 23Red Racing and previously raced by Will Davison. Courtney started the 2020 Supercars season with Team Sydney, but elected to leave the team after the first round, well before the opportunity to join Tickford became available. Prior to 2020, Courtney spent nine seasons at what is now Walkinshaw Andretti United, and before that won the 2010 Supercars crown in his second season with Dick Johnson Racing. After an Enduro role in 2005, the western Sydney native made his main game debut with Stone Brothers Racing in 2006, replacing NASCAR-bound Marcos Ambrose. The move to Supercars came after an illustrious development career overseas, where he competed in karts, formula cars, and Super GT across Europe and Japan. Having seen the resurgence of Davison and Lee Holdsworth after joining Tickford in 2019, Courtney is optimistic he, too, can find himself back in the fight for podiums behind the wheel of a Tickford Mustang Supercar.

Wins – 15
Podiums – 60
Poles – 10
Event Starts – 208
Race Starts – 463
Birthplace – Australian, Penrith, NSW
DOB – 29th of June, 1980

Though he is a newcomer to the team’s main game line up in 2020, Jack Le Brocq is no stranger to Tickford Racing. The 27-year old who will pilot the No. 55 Supercheap Auto Ford Mustang this season drove for the team in 2016 Dunlop Super2 Series, where he finished second to team mate Garry Jacobson in the development series championship. Le Brocq stepped up to the main game full time in 2018 with Tekno Autosports, posting a best finish of fifth at Symmons Plains, and also competed for Tekno in 2019. Stepping into the seat vacated by Chaz Mostert, Le Brocq heads into 2020 with the tools the team believes fit his ability, and armed with three team mates (including 23Red Racing’s Will Davison) and the expansive resources that Tickford Racing possess, Le Brocq believes he can find his way to the front in the new year.

Wins – 1
Podiums – 2
Poles – 0
Event Starts – 53
Race Starts – 105
Birthplace – Australian, Melbourne, Victoria
DOB – 7th of July, 1992

Having taken the Super3 championship in 2019, young gun Broc Feeney steps into Tickford Racing’s acclaimed Super2 program in 2020. Feeney comes to the team after scoring 12 podiums from 15 Super3 races in 2019, where he also dabbled in other disciplines of car racing, and is a protégé of former Tickford Racing driver Paul Morris, who won the 2014 Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 with Chaz Mostert. Remarkably, Feeney turns just 18 in October of this year, a week after the Bathurst 1000, where Super2 holds races in support of the Great Race. Understanding he has a large learning curve ahead of him, Feeney is excited to take the reins of the No. 5 Ford Falcon FG X, and once acclimated to his new car, hopes to mix it up at the front of the Super2 field.

Wins – 0
Podiums – 0
Poles – 0
Event Starts – 1
Race Starts – 1
Super 2
Wins – 0
Podiums – 0
Poles – 0
Event Starts – 3
Race Starts – 6
Birthplace – Australian, Gold Coast, Queensland
DOB – 8th of October, 2002