Entering his third season with Tickford Racing, James Courtney takes up the team's No. 5 entry with aim at being a regular feature on the rostrum following two roller coaster seasons with the squad. Courtney's up-and-down was highlighted by a podium in Sydney and strong showings at The Bend and Darwin, with a seventh in the Bathurst 1000 - after spending the majority of the race a lap down after an early off - saw the former Formula One test driver take 11th in the 2021 standings. Prior to joining Tickford Racing in 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.

Wins – 15
Podiums – 62
Poles – 10
Event Starts – 224
Race Starts – 506
Birthplace – Australian, Penrith, NSW
DOB – 29th of June, 1980

Cam Waters enters 2022 eyeing championship contention, after a 2021 in which he collected three wins and four poles, but ultimately finished fifth in the Supercars drivers' championship due to inconsistent results at times and pure misfortune at others. The COVID-hit 2020 season saw Waters emerge as a Supercars star, finishing second in the championship after taking pole position at the Bathurst 1000 and finishing runner-up in the Great Race, a feat he repeated in 2021. Waters' has steadily stepped up year-on-year in Supercars, with the Mildura native finishing seventh in the 2019 championship on the back of six podiums, a marked improvement on a challenging 2018 season. Previous to that, Waters, the 2016 Mike Kable Young Gun award winner, won the 2017 Sandown 500 in just his second full season, and picked up an impressive pole at Perth as a rookie in 2016. A decorated talent in a variety of cars, Waters was crowned Australian Formula Ford champion in 2011, scored the Dunlop Super2 Series championship with Tickford in 2015, claimed a national speedway title in 2018 racing in the Modified Production category, and has impressed on the sprint car racing scene over the last two years. Just before his Formula Ford title, Waters became the youngest driver ever to compete in the Bathurst 1000 at just 17 years old, having won the televised Shannons Supercar Showdown reality TV show.

Wins – 5
Podiums – 30
Poles – 10
Event Starts – 96
Race Starts – 203
Birthplace – Australian, Mildura, Victoria
DOB – 3rd of August, 1994

A former karting star who graduated through the ranks of open wheel racing before stepping into Supercars, rookie Thomas Randle has already been labelled a star of the future by many within the Australian motorsport industry, and makes his full-time debut in 2022. His initiation to a full-time seat comes after a 2021 in which he contested three Supercars events as a wildcard with Tickford Racing before co-driving with James Courtney at the Bathurst 1000, where the pair finished seventh. Randle first joined Tickford's Super2 program in 2018 and 2019, and making his Supercars debut at Tailem Bend in 2019 as a wildcard and partnering Lee Holdsworth in that year's endurance races, where the duo stood on the podium at the Sandown 500 and took third in the 2019 Enduro Cup. The Victorian's development career is littered with success, including championships in Formula Ford (2014), New Zealand's Toyota Racing Series (2017), and the Super2 Series (2020), as well as a spell in Europe which saw him win races in British Formula 3 before returning to Australia ahead of the 2018 season.

Wins – 0
Podiums – 1
Poles – 0
Event Starts – 13
Race Starts – 30
Birthplace – Australian, Melbourne, Victoria
DOB – 7th of April, 1996

The youngest of three Kosteckis competing in Supercars, 22-year old Jake joins Tickford Racing in the Tradie Racing entry for the 2022 Supercars season. A native of Western Australia, Jake made his Supercars debut in 2019 alongside cousin Brodie in wildcard program that spanned that year's endurance races, followed by a partial campaign in 2020 with Matt Stone Racing before making the jump to a full-time drive with MSR in 2021. Kostecki recorded his best career finish to date in Darwin last year, taking a fifth place finish in the opening race of the weekend. A successful kart racer growing up in WA, Kostecki raced in Western Australia Formula Ford in 2014 before making his debut in what is now the Super3 Series in 2015, at just 15 years old. The young gun then spent 2016-2018 in the Dunlop Super2 Series, and was fifth in the 2019 standings when he abandoned that campaign to focus on his main game debut in that year's Enduro Cup.

Wins – 0
Podiums – 0
Poles – 0
Event Starts – 25
Race Starts – 61
Birthplace – Australian, Perth, WA
DOB – 24th of January, 2000