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Jason Plato
British racecar driver

Jason Plato

Jason Plato
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Quick Facts

Intro British racecar driver
Is Racecar driver Television presenter
From United Kingdom
Field Film, TV, Stage & Radio Sports
Gender male
Birth 14 October 1967, Oxford, United Kingdom
Age 54 years
Star sign Libra
Education
Kings Priory School
Jason Plato
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Biography

Timothy Jason Plato (born 14 October 1967) is a British racing driver currently competing in the British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) for Power Maxed Racing. He has twice been BTCC Champion, in 2001 for Vauxhall and 2010 for Silverline Chevrolet. He has finished in the top 3 in the Championship 12 times and holds the record for the most overall race wins in the BTCC. He is also a presenter on the motoring television series Fifth Gear from 2004 to present.

Career history

After success in karting including a 1989 British Championship win in the Junior TKM Class, Oxford-born Plato raced in Formula Three and Formula Renault. In 1996, he entered the Renault Spider championship, taking a dominant title win.

BTCC (1997–2001)

Williams Renault (1997–1999)

In 1997, he gained the second drive in the Williams-Renault BTCC team, after Frank Williams organised a test between him, Gianni Morbidelli and Jean-Christophe Boullion with the fastest getting the contract offer. After being overlooked by Williams, Plato travelled to the Williams base and after some convincing, Sir Frank gave Plato the drive.

Plato took pole for his first three races, and ultimately won 2 races as a rookie, taking 3rd in the championship which was won by his team-mate Alain Menu. He was 5th in the series in each of the next two years.

Vauxhall (2000–2001)

Plato joined Vauxhall in 2000, again taking 5th place in the championship. For 2001 the series had a new set of reduced-cost rules, fewer big-name drivers as a result, and Vauxhall had by far the best car. In a contentious and hard-fought season, Plato won the championship after team-mate Yvan Muller's car caught fire at the last round.

Break from BTCC (2002–2003)

With an ambition to get into NASCAR racing, Plato moved to the British ASCAR stock car scene in 2002, finishing third in the championship.

In 2003, he was a driver coach for SEAT, returning to the BTCC with the Spanish team in 2004.

BTCC return (2004–present)

SEAT (2004–2008)

Plato, at Donington Park during the 2005 British Touring Car Championship.

He was employed by SEAT to help with their driver development in 2003, and when they entered a BTCC team in 2004, he was the natural choice to lead the team. However the new SEAT Toledo needed developing if it were to become a race winner. Despite the development work needed, the car proved to be a winner right from the start, with Plato going on to win more races than any other driver (seven in total), finishing third overall in the championship. The regulations for 2004 meant that the driver who finished 10th in the first of the meeting's 3 races had pole (and a light car) for race 2, and the winner of race 2 had pole for race 3 (although with a now-heavier car). As a result of this, the championship rules were changed to reversing the top 10 of the race 3 grid, putting an end to this tactic, and the pace of Matt Neal's Team Dynamics Honda and Yvan Muller's Vauxhall left Plato unable to challenge for a second title in 2005. He finished 4th in the 2005 championship with only three wins to his credit during the season, with the team now run by Northern South.

Plato driving for SEAT at the Oulton Park round of the 2006 British Touring Car Championship.

For 2006, Plato continued in the British Touring Car Championship as lead driver for SEAT and their new León touring car. He was the only driver in the three-driver team to compete in all 10 meetings – his team-mates, double BTCC champion James Thompson and ex-DTM driver Darren Turner, shared the team's second Leon. After the first 3 meetings, he was a point behind Thompson and 3rd in the championship, but had two retirements in the races at Thruxton. After winning race 1 at Croft, race 2 was his 200th start, and he nearly won, but Matt Neal passed him with 2 laps to go. He won 2 out of the 3 races at Brands Hatch to keep his faint hopes of winning the BTCC in 2006 alive, but a poor qualifying run at Silverstone finally ended his hopes. He beat Colin Turkington to 2nd in the championship, meaning that he had then finished in each of the top 5 championship positions.

Plato driving for SEAT at the Oulton Park round of the 2007 British Touring Car Championship.

Winning the first two races of 2007 set the tone for a title battle with Fabrizio Giovanardi's Vauxhall. Giovanardi took the series lead at Knockhill but Plato retook it at Donington Park after fighting from 9th on the grid to come 5th in race 1 and then win race 2. He started race 3 from 9th (after spinning this position on the grid-reversal wheel) but fought through to take the lead from Mike Jordan, with some uncertainty over whether he had passed under a yellow flag. To ensure that he was not penalised, he allowed Jordan to repass him, before retaking the lead a lap later. The battle went to the final round, with Giovanardi winning by 3 points to take the championship, with Plato declaring that "Fabrizio beat us the right way. He is a very worthy champion and there were no shenanigans between me and him."

In 2008, the team switched to a diesel-powered León. The first win for a diesel car in the BTCC came in round 7 at Donington Park. Two wins at Snetterton helped him to close the gap on Giovanardi, but a mechanical failure in race 3 was a precursor to a similar problem in race 2 at Oulton Park, after winning race 1. These issues typified a season in which performance was not matched by reliability, despite the same cars being largely reliable in the World Touring Car Championship. Plato went into the final rounds at Brands Hatch still mathematically in with a chance of the title, but admitted that the large points difference between his and Giovanardi's made this unrealistic. Both he and Giovanardi had poor final rounds at Brands, allowing Mat Jackson to leapfrog Plato for 2nd overall in his privateer BMW.

RML Chevrolet (2009–2011)

Plato's plans for 2009 had been affected by SEAT's shock announcement to pull their factory team out of the BTCC at the end of the 2008 season. It was speculated that Plato was planning to take a sabbatical from racing to focus on his TV work. However, after holding talks over the off-season with West Surrey Racing and Tempus Sport, Plato decided to return to the BTCC in a privately entered RML Group Chevrolet Lacetti. After the first meeting, the team secured sponsorship from Silverline power tools and Auto Windscreens for the rest of the season, and raced under the Racing Silverline banner. At the final round of the season at Brands Hatch, Plato became only the second driver after Dan Eaves at Thruxton in 2005 to win all three races, the first of which he won by a then closest-ever BTCC winning margin of 0.015 seconds, ahead of Tom Chilton. He finished 2nd in the 2009 championship, 5 points behind champion Colin Turkington.

For 2010, RML became an official Chevrolet manufacturer team, racing the Cruze model that races in the World Touring Car Championship, with Plato as lead driver. Plato was a championship challenger immediately, with a double victory at Snetterton returning him to the championship lead. He dominated the 2nd half of the season and claimed the 2010 MSA Dunlop British Touring Car Championship by winning round 29 at Brands Hatch on 10 October 2010. His win was also his 60th, equalling Andy Rouse's BTCC record.

Plato remained with the same team in 2011 and won the first round of the season at Brands Hatch, setting a new BTCC record of 61 victories. He came 3rd in the Championship.

MG KX Momentum Racing (2012–2014)

In 2012 and 2013, he raced for the Triple Eight Race Engineering (United Kingdom) team in their MG KX Momentum Racing MG6 and came 3rd in the Championship in both years. In 2014, with a similar but differently-sponsored car (MG KX Clubcard Fuel Save) under the same team, he came 2nd in the Championship.

Team BMR (2015–2018)

On 17 February 2015, it was announced that Plato would be driving alongside Turkington, Aron Smith and Warren Scott for Team BMR during the 2015 BTCC season. He took 6 wins during the year but missed out on the title by four points.

In January 2016, it was announced that Team BMR would run four Subaru Levorgs for the season. A slow start saw Jason record a best finish of 13th at Brands Hatch. Once the team developed the Levorg into a race winning car, Plato took 9 podiums along with a win at Knockhill in his 500th race. He continued with the team in 2017 but a crash at the first round at Brands Hatch derailed his season before it had begun. Permanent damage was sustained to the chassis of his car that plagued him with grip and under steer issues for the majority of the season. Nevertheless, he still took four podium finishes, including another win at Knockhill, and finished the season in 12th place in the standings.

Plato remained with BMR Subaru for 2018, as the team switched from using a Mountune engine to a Swindon engine in an effort to resolve the reliability issues that had hampered Plato's campaign the previous year. However, the change in engine proved to have a disastrous effect on the car's performance. Plato failed to score a point in any of the first four race meetings of the season and his only visit to the podium that season came with a second place finish in the first race at Croft, as part of a Subaru 1-2. Plato would only score a further nine points all season after this, finishing in 27th place with a paltry 26 points.

Power Maxed Racing (2019–)

On 20 February 2019, it was announced that Plato would be switching to Power Maxed Racing, driving in the factory-backed Vauxhall Astra.

Other racing

Plato competed in the Bathurst 1000 twice and the Sandown 500 once, but without any great success. His second attempt at Bathurst was with the Holden Racing Team and was driving with the late Peter Brock. Plato and Brock's race ended with Plato being involved in a crash which resulted in John Cleland's car rolling on to its roof.

In 1998, he took part in the Silverstone Rally Sprint, part of the British Rally Championship, driving a 3rd works Renault Megane F2. He finished 9th, with co-driver Andy Wilman, (former) presenter and executive producer on Top Gear.

During his 2005 BTCC campaign, he competed in four rounds of the World Touring Car Championship (WTCC) for SEAT Sport. He achieved a second-place finish in race 2 of his home round FIA WTCC Race of UK at Silverstone. He also won a race and finished second overall in the 2005 European Touring Car Cup.

Plato often competes in historic racing and is a regular at the Goodwood Revival and Members meeting and teamed up with celebrity chef James Martin in a Ford Prefect and with Craig Davies in a Corvette Stingray for the 2012 event.

Television career

Plato is a co-presenter for the Channel 5 British TV series Fifth Gear co-starring with Tiff Needell and Vicki Butler-Henderson. He previously co-presented Channel 4's motoring program 'Driven' alongside Mike Brewer, Penny Mallory and James May.

Plato was injured in a Caparo T1 supercar in October 2007 during filming for Fifth Gear at Bruntingthorpe proving ground. The car caught fire at an estimated 250 kilometres per hour (160 mph) and Plato described his injuries as follows:

“The back of my neck is burnt and so are my face and hands. I obviously couldn’t take my hands off the steering wheel whilst braking and my right hand is more badly burnt than my left."

He was taken from the scene by former BTCC driver Phil Bennett and after treatment at three hospitals, including Stoke Mandeville Hospital's specialist burns unit, Plato was able to compete in the following weekend's final race in the 2007 BTCC calendar. This incident was also mentioned on Top Gear, where Jeremy Clarkson called him a 'Baked Potato' after mispronouncing his name.

Plato presented the Sky One television program Mission Implausible where he and Tania Zaetta competed to perform three stunts over the course of each episode.

Book

On 19 September 2019, Jason Plato released his first autobiography titled How Not to Be a Professional Racing Driver. It was published by Penguin Books Ltd.

Personal life

Plato was born in Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, and was educated at Chillingham Road Primary School and the King's School, Tynemouth. He is married to Sophie and they have two daughters. A qualified pilot, he owned a Piper Malibu Mirage to commute from his former home in Monaco. Plato is a brand ambassador of Agusta Westland Helicopters, Tesco Momentum 99 Fuel, Jigsaw24 and AMX Home Automation Systems. He runs a marketing agency, Brand Pilot Ltd.

Racing record

Complete British Touring Car Championship results

(key) Races in bold indicate pole position (1 point awarded – 1997–2002 all races, 2003–present just in first race, 2000–2003 in class) Races in italics indicate fastest lap (1 point awarded – 2001–present all races, 2000–2003 in class) * signifies that driver lead race for at least one lap (1 point awarded – 1998–2002 just in feature races, 2003–present all races)

Year Team Car Class 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 DC Pts
1997 Williams Renault Dealer Racing Renault Laguna DON1
2
DON2
Ret
SIL1
10
SIL2
3
THR1
Ret
THR2
7
BRH1
3
BRH2
5
OUL1
2
OUL2
4
DON1
4
DON2
Ret
CRO1
2
CRO2
4
KNO1
Ret
KNO2
5
SNE1
4
SNE2
1
THR1
7
THR2
6
BRH1
2
BRH2
Ret
SIL1
3
SIL2
1
3rd 170
1998 Blend 37 Williams Renault Renault Laguna THR1
2
THR2
4
SIL1
3
SIL2
2*
DON1
Ret
DON2
5
BRH1
4
BRH2
Ret
OUL1
4
OUL2
1*
DON1
9
DON2
Ret
CRO1
8
CRO2
6
SNE1
2
SNE2
3
THR1
Ret
THR2
Ret
KNO1
Ret
KNO2
5
BRH1
7
BRH2
4*
OUL1
6
OUL2
2
SIL1
4
SIL2
6
5th 163
1999 Nescafé Blend 37 Williams Renault Renault Laguna DON1
3
DON2
3
SIL1
6
SIL2
1*
THR1
Ret
THR2
4*
BRH1
4
BRH2
Ret*
OUL1
Ret
OUL2
Ret
DON1
3
DON2
8
CRO1
6
CRO2
6
SNE1
4
SNE2
6
THR1
5
THR2
4
KNO1
Ret
KNO2
Ret
BRH1
6
BRH2
8
OUL1
Ret
OUL2
6
SIL1
Ret
SIL2
Ret
5th 122
2000 Vauxhall Motorsport Vauxhall Vectra T BRH1
4
BRH2
1*
DON1
6
DON2
7
THR1
3
THR2
2*
KNO1
8
KNO2
8
OUL1
7
OUL2
2
SIL1
Ret
SIL2
5
CRO1
Ret
CRO2
SNE1
1
SNE2
2
DON1
5
DON2
7
BRH1
7
BRH2
3*
OUL1
9
OUL2
4
SIL1
Ret
SIL2
2
5th 160
2001 Vauxhall Motorsport Vauxhall Astra Coupé T BRH1
2
BRH2
2*
THR1
1
THR2
2*
OUL1
9
OUL2
Ret*
SIL1
3
SIL2
1*
MON1
17
MON2
2*
DON1
2
DON2
1*
KNO1
2
KNO2
1*
SNE1
3
SNE2
3*
CRO1
2
CRO2
2
OUL1
3
OUL2
1*
SIL1
3
SIL2
3*
DON1
5
DON2
3
BRH1
3
BRH2
2
1st 336
2004 SEAT Sport UK SEAT Toledo Cupra THR1
8
THR2
1*
THR3
4
BRH1
Ret
BRH2
DNS
BRH3
Ret
SIL1
3*
SIL2
9
SIL3
2
OUL1
8
OUL2
2
OUL3
Ret*
MON1
9
MON2
1*
MON3
Ret*
CRO1
9
CRO2
1*
CRO3
1*
KNO1
10
KNO2
1*
KNO3
7*
BRH1
9
BRH2
1*
BRH3
2*
SNE1
11
SNE2
3
SNE3
10
DON1
1*
DON2
6
DON3
2
3rd 224
2005 SEAT Sport UK SEAT Toledo Cupra DON1
6
DON2
5
DON3
THR1
2*
THR2
5
THR3
BRH1
4
BRH2
2
BRH3
3
OUL1
1*
OUL2
OUL3
3
CRO1
4
CRO2
13
CRO3
3
MON1
2
MON2
10
MON3
Ret
SNE1
Ret
SNE2
10
SNE3
1*
KNO1
6
KNO2
8
KNO3
5
SIL1
3
SIL2
DSQ
SIL3
6
BRH1
3
BRH2
1*
BRH3
Ret
4th 208
2006 SEAT Sport UK SEAT León BRH1
Ret
BRH2
5
BRH3
1*
MON1
2
MON2
2
MON3
8
OUL1
OUL2
6
OUL3
1*
THR1
Ret
THR2
Ret
THR3
3
CRO1
1*
CRO2
2*
CRO3
3
DON1
7
DON2
Ret
DON3
Ret
SNE1
1*
SNE2
1*
SNE3
6
KNO1
1*
KNO2
Ret*
KNO3
DNS
BRH1
1*
BRH2
1*
BRH3
3
SIL1
8
SIL2
Ret
SIL3
4
2nd 241
2007 SEAT Sport UK SEAT León BRH1
1*
BRH2
1*
BRH3
4
ROC1
3
ROC2
5
ROC3
1*
THR1
2
THR2
6
THR3
1*
CRO1
7
CRO2
2*
CRO3
8
OUL1
7
OUL2
5
OUL3
2
DON1
5
DON2
1*
DON3
1*
SNE1
8
SNE2
3
SNE3
4
BRH1
2
BRH2
2
BRH3
5
KNO1
3
KNO2
5
KNO3
3
THR1
2
THR2
2
THR3
4
2nd 297
2008 SEAT Sport UK SEAT León TDI BRH1
3
BRH2
3
BRH3
5
ROC1
9
ROC2
9
ROC3
6
DON1
1*
DON2
2*
DON3
3
THR1
DSQ
THR2
7
THR3
1*
CRO1
12
CRO2
8
CRO3
12
SNE1
1*
SNE2
1*
SNE3
Ret
OUL1
1*
OUL2
OUL3
9
KNO1
1*
KNO2
1*
KNO3
Ret
SIL1
1*
SIL2
7*
SIL3
BRH1
5
BRH2
Ret
BRH3
13
3rd 223
2009 RML Chevrolet Lacetti BRH1
6
BRH2
10
BRH3
1*
2nd 270
Racing Silverline THR1
10
THR2
6
THR3
4
DON1
7
DON2
4
DON3
3
OUL1
2
OUL2
3
OUL3
5
CRO1
3
CRO2
3
CRO3
5
SNE1
Ret
SNE2
3
SNE3
13
KNO1
1*
KNO2
Ret
KNO3
2
SIL1
2
SIL2
1*
SIL3
7
ROC1
2
ROC2
1*
ROC3
12
BRH1
1*
BRH2
1*
BRH3
1*
2010 Silverline Chevrolet Chevrolet Cruze THR1
2
THR2
4
THR3
3
ROC1
3
ROC2
1*
ROC3
5
BRH1
8
BRH2
Ret
BRH3
Ret
OUL1
10
OUL2
1*
OUL3
6
CRO1
3
CRO2
3
CRO3
16
SNE1
1*
SNE2
1*
SNE3
5
SIL1
3
SIL2
4
SIL3
9
KNO1
6
KNO2
3
KNO3
1*
DON1
Ret
DON2
3
DON3
3
BRH1
1*
BRH2
1*
BRH3
9
1st 260
2011 Silverline Chevrolet Chevrolet Cruze LT BRH1
1*
BRH2
1*
BRH3
5
DON1
18
DON2
Ret
DON3
6
THR1
Ret
THR2
8
THR3
1*
OUL1
2
OUL2
1*
OUL3
11
CRO1
4
CRO2
Ret
CRO3
11
SNE1
1*
SNE2
3
SNE3
3
KNO1
7
KNO2
7
KNO3
Ret*
ROC1
1*
ROC2
4*
ROC3
5
BRH1
1*
BRH2
1*
BRH3
6
SIL1
Ret
SIL2
7
SIL3
2
3rd 236
2012 MG KX Momentum Racing MG 6 GT BRH1
4
BRH2
3*
BRH3
1*
DON1
4
DON2
NC
DON3
2
THR1
3
THR2
2
THR3
4
OUL1
NC
OUL2
3
OUL3
2
CRO1
NC
CRO2
7
CRO3
1*
SNE1
1*
SNE2
3*
SNE3
3
KNO1
Ret
KNO2
11
KNO3
Ret
ROC1
1*
ROC2
3
ROC3
3
SIL1
1*
SIL2
Ret*
SIL3
1*
BRH1
8
BRH2
5
BRH3
8
3rd 376
2013 MG KX Momentum Racing MG 6 GT BRH1
1*
BRH2
1*
BRH3
5
DON1
4
DON2
2
DON3
8
THR1
2
THR2
5
THR3
OUL1
1*
OUL2
1*
OUL3
Ret
CRO1
5
CRO2
CRO3
6
SNE1
2
SNE2
Ret*
SNE3
Ret
KNO1
4
KNO2
7
KNO3
5
ROC1
5
ROC2
6
ROC3
3
SIL1
1*
SIL2
1*
SIL3
7
BRH1
1*
BRH2
1*
BRH3
10
3rd 380
2014 MG KX Clubcard Fuel Save MG 6 GT BRH1
2
BRH2
11
BRH3
3
DON1
1*
DON2
2
DON3
6
THR1
6
THR2
7
THR3
Ret
OUL1
3
OUL2
4
OUL3
4
CRO1
3
CRO2
5
CRO3
10
SNE1
1*
SNE2
1*
SNE3
4
KNO1
5
KNO2
2
KNO3
10
ROC1
3
ROC2
2
ROC3
7
SIL1
1*
SIL2
1*
SIL3
4
BRH1
1*
BRH2
13
BRH3
7
2nd 401
2015 Team BMR RCIB Insurance Volkswagen CC BRH1
3
BRH2
Ret*
BRH3
16
DON1
1*
DON2
5
DON3
8
THR1
4
THR2
1*
THR3
7
OUL1
1*
OUL2
1*
OUL3
5
CRO1
27
CRO2
2
CRO3
5
SNE1
3
SNE2
4
SNE3
2
KNO1
23
KNO2
7
KNO3
6
ROC1
27
ROC2
7
ROC3
1*
SIL1
25
SIL2
7
SIL3
4
BRH1
5
BRH2
6
BRH3
1*
2nd 344
2016 Silverline Subaru BMR Racing Subaru Levorg GT BRH1
21
BRH2
13
BRH3
16
DON1
17
DON2
20
DON3
16
THR1
WD
THR2
WD
THR3
WD
OUL1
3
OUL2
3
OUL3
3
CRO1
2
CRO2
2*
CRO3
10
SNE1
5
SNE2
6
SNE3
4*
KNO1
1*
KNO2
3*
KNO3
3
ROC1
3
ROC2
Ret
ROC3
10
SIL1
10
SIL2
5
SIL3
12
BRH1
4
BRH2
2
BRH3
10
7th 256
2017 Adrian Flux Subaru Racing Subaru Levorg GT BRH1
12
BRH2
Ret
BRH3
DNS
DON1
Ret
DON2
20
DON3
16
THR1
23
THR2
25
THR3
28
OUL1
12
OUL2
11
OUL3
11
CRO1
10
CRO2
6
CRO3
3
SNE1
5
SNE2
24
SNE3
16
KNO1
1*
KNO2
2*
KNO3
6
ROC1
10
ROC2
4
ROC3
3
SIL1
23
SIL2
15
SIL3
Ret
BRH1
28
BRH2
24
BRH3
22
12th 146
2018 Adrian Flux Subaru Racing Subaru Levorg GT BRH1
20
BRH2
22
BRH3
19
DON1
25
DON2
20
DON3
18
THR1
Ret
THR2
Ret
THR3
DNS
OUL1
30
OUL2
20
OUL3
Ret
CRO1
2
CRO2
14
CRO3
19
SNE1
24
SNE2
Ret
SNE3
15
ROC1
23
ROC2
26
ROC3
11
KNO1
26
KNO2
Ret
KNO3
19
SIL1
Ret
SIL2
17
SIL3
18
BRH1
18
BRH2
17
BRH3
25
27th 26
2019 Sterling Insurance with Power Maxed Racing Vauxhall Astra BRH1
25
BRH2
21
BRH3
13
DON1
9
DON2
6
DON3
7
THR1
6
THR2
4
THR3
8
CRO1
8
CRO2
6
CRO3
3
OUL1
9
OUL2
9
OUL3
Ret
SNE1
6
SNE2
6
SNE3
17*
THR1
17
THR2
13
THR3
5
KNO1
12
KNO2
8
KNO3
8
SIL1
2*
SIL2
4
SIL3
6
BRH1
14
BRH2
7
BRH3
1*
7th 237

‡ Retired before 2nd start of race

Complete World Touring Car Championship results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Team Car 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 DC Points
2005 SEAT Sport SEAT Toledo Cupra ITA1 ITA2 FRA1 FRA2 GBR1
8
GBR2
2
SMR1
11
SMR2
8
MEX1
11
MEX2
12
BEL1
9
BEL2
14
GER1 GER2 TUR1 TUR2 ESP1 ESP2 MAC1 MAC2 15th 10

Complete V8 Supercar results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Team Car 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Position Points
2000 Holden Racing Team Holden VT Commodore PHI PTH ADL ECK HDV CAN QLD WIN OPK CDR QLD SAN BAT
10
33rd 120
2004 Holden Racing Team Holden VY Commodore ADL ECK PUK HDV PTH QLD WIN OPK SAN
14
BAT
Ret
SUR SYM ECK 58th 140

Complete Bathurst 1000 results

Year Team Car Co-driver Position Laps
2000 Holden Racing Team Holden Commodore VT Yvan Muller 10th 159
2004 Holden Racing Team Holden Commodore VY Peter Brock DNF 27
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