Following a breakout 2020, Cam Waters is poised to be a regular contender at the front of the field in the 2021 season. Waters capped his 2020 campaign with his first solo race win at Tailem Bend followed by breaking the qualifying lap record and taking pole position at the Bathurst 1000, a runner-up finish in the Great Race netting him second in the drivers’ championship. It was another notable step forward for the 26-year old from Mildura, who bounced back from a disappointing 2018 to finish seventh in the 2019 championship. Previous to that, Waters, the 2016 Mike Kable Young Gun award winner, won the 2017 Sandown 500 in just his second full season. 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, and claimed a national speedway title in 2018 racing in the Modified Production category. 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 – 26
Poles – 9
Event Starts – 87
Race Starts – 177
Birthplace – Australian, Mildura, Victoria
DOB – 3rd of August, 1994

Entering his second year with the team in the main game, Jack Le Brocq looks to shine more consistently, after a number of flashpoints during the 2020 season. In just his eighth race with the team last year, Le Brocq took his first career Supercars win at Sydney Motorsport Park, and followed it up with a stirring second-place later in the year at Tailem Bend. His progressively improving form in qualifying could mark a key turning point in regularly running at the front. Le Brocq spent the first two years of his main game career at Tekno Autosports after graduating from Super2, where he raced for Tickford in 2016 and finished runner-up in the championship. Like team mate Cam Waters, Le Brocq is a former Formula Ford champion, taking out the 2012 championship ahead of a berth in the FIA Young Driver Excellence Academy the same year in Austria.

Wins – 1
Podiums – 2
Poles – 0
Event Starts – 60
Race Starts – 124
Birthplace – Australian, Melbourne, Victoria
DOB – 7th of July, 1992

Having acclimatised to his new car and team, 2010 Supercars champion James Courtney has reason for optimism entering 2021, his first full season with Tickford Racing. Courtney and long-time supporter Boost Mobile joined Tickford mid-2020 following the withdrawal of customer team 23Red Racing, which became a trial by fire for the former Formula One test driver, whose first laps in a Ford Mustang came at the first race event back following the COVID-19 enforced break. Highlighted by a podium in Darwin, Courtney finished 13th in the overall standings. 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.

Wins – 15
Podiums – 60
Poles – 10
Event Starts – 215
Race Starts – 482
Birthplace – Australian, Penrith, NSW
DOB – 29th of June, 1980

A former karting star who graduated through the ranks of open wheel racing with great aplomb, competing internationally at the highest level. Winner of the Australian Formula Ford Championship and New Zealand’s coveted Toyota Racing Series (the only Australian to ever do so), Randle moved into Supercars via the Dunlop Series, winning the championship in 2020. Recently signed on a multi-year arrangement with Tickford Racing and will make his full-time Supercars championship debut in 2022. As a pre-cursor Randle will also contest three Wild Card events during this year at Tailem Bend, Darwin, and Perth, ahead of his third appearance in the Bathurst 1000 as a co-driver with Tickford Racing.

Wins – 0
Podiums – 1
Poles – 0
Event Starts – 7
Race Starts – 12
Birthplace – Australian, Melbourne, Victoria
DOB – 7th of April, 1996
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