Updated: The 2022 Bathurst 1000 field

Mount Panorama. Picture: Australian Racing Group

Just seven vacancies remain for the 2022 Bathurst 1000, despite the field growing to 29 cars.

Aaron Seton has become the latest driver to score a call-up for the October 6-9 event, slotting in alongside Jack Le Brocq at Matt Stone Racing.

There are still some moving parts to shake out, however, with Team 18 co-driver James Golding expected to take up a full-time opportunity for the remainder of the Supercars Championship season at PremiAir Racing.

That would create a key opening at Team 18 in the #20 entry of Scott Pye.

Elsewhere, co-driver announcements have yet to be made for either PremiAir Racing car, nor MSR’s #35 (Todd Hazelwood) or Brad Jones Racing’s #4 (Jack Smith). The same goes for the wildcards of Anderson Motorsport and Matt Chahda Motorsport.

Pending any reshuffles involving the Team 18 seat, Cameron Hill and Tyler Everingham are among the favourites to wind up at PremiAir.

Jayden Ojeda and David Wall meanwhile are logical options to remain at MSR and BJR, respectively.

Anderson has openly targeted a household name to partner in his Dick Johnson Racing-built Mustang; and Super2 Series race winner Jaylyn Robotham has been linked to the MCM drive.

It’s unclear whether Garry Jacobson will take on The Mountain at all following his sudden post-Darwin dumping.

Team Car Primary driver Co-driver
Red Bull Ampol Racing 88 Broc Feeney Jamie Whincup
97 Shane van Gisbergen Garth Tander
Shell V-Power Racing Team 11 Anton De Pasquale Tony D’Alberto
17 Will Davison Alex Davison
Tickford Racing 5 James Courtney Zane Goddard
6 Cameron Waters James Moffat
55 Thomas Randle Zak Best
56 Jake Kostecki Kurt Kostecki
Walkinshaw Andretti United 2 Nick Percat Fabian Coulthard/Warren Luff*
25 Chaz Mostert
Erebus Motorsport 9 Will Brown Jack Perkins
99 Brodie Kostecki David Russell
Brad Jones Racing 8 Andre Heimgartner Dale Wood
14 Bryce Fullwood Dean Fiore
4 Jack Smith TBA
96 Macauley Jones Jordan Boys
Team 18 18 Mark Winterbottom Michael Caruso
20 Scott Pye James Golding**
Grove Racing 10 Lee Holdsworth Matt Campbell
26 David Reynolds Matt Payne
Matt Stone Racing 34 Jack Le Brocq Aaron Seton
35 Todd Hazelwood TBA
PremiAir Racing 22 Chris Pither TBA
Blanchard Racing Team 3 Tim Slade Tim Blanchard
Triple Eight/Supercheap Auto 888 Declan Fraser*** Craig Lowndes***
Erebus/Boost Mobile 51 Richie Stanaway Greg Murphy
Anderson Motorsport TBA TBA Michael Anderson
Matt Chahda Motorsport TBA Matt Chahda TBA

*WAU driver pairings yet to be confirmed
**Golding expected to shift to PremiAir Racing full-time seat
***A primary driver is yet to be nominated for the #888 entry

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