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What every Gen3 Supercars chassis will be called

A FULL grid’s worth of brand-new Supercars will make their competitive debuts next month in Newcastle, so in true sleuthing fashion, we’ve sniffed out the identity of each chassis being built, and who’s driving what.

With Gen3 seeing more teams assembling their own cars than ever before, there are several new names including maiden in-house builds for Grove Racing, Team 18, Matt Stone Racing and the Blanchard Racing Team.

MSR however has started from 03, with its first two numbers belonging to other projects.

BRT001, MSR03 and DJRS-03 all have completed shakedowns.

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Gen3 cars from Tickford Racing and Grove Racing are set to hit the track for the first time today at Winton, before Triple Eight and PremiAir follow suit tomorrow at Queensland Raceway.

Every Gen3 Supercars chassis number

888A-057 – Broc Feeney
888A-060 – Shane van Gisbergen

DJRS-03 – Will Davison
DJRS-04 – Anton De Pasquale

TR-26 – Thomas Randle
TR-27 – Declan Fraser
TR-28 – Cam Waters
TR-29 – James Courtney

WR027 – Nick Percat
WR028 – Chaz Mostert

GR-01 – David Reynolds
GR-02 – Matt Payne

EM05 – Brodie Kostecki
EM06 – Will Brown

T18-001 – Scott Pye
T18-002 – Mark Winterbottom

BJR-014 – Bryce Fullwood
BJR-015 – Jack Smith
BJR-016 – Andre Heimgartner
BJR-017 – Macauley Jones

MSR03 – Cameron Hill
MSR04 – Jack Le Brocq

888A-059 – James Golding
888A-062 – Tim Slade

BRT001 – Todd Hazelwood

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