Alan Gurr

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Alan Gurr
Nationality Australia Australian
Born (1982-02-03) 3 February 1982 (age 32)
Sydney, New South Wales
Retired 2007
V8 Supercar
Years active 2003-07
Teams Paul Morris Motorsport
Britek Motorsport
Starts 27
Previous series
2000-02

2001
2003
2004
Australian Super Touring Championship
Australian Drivers' Champ.
Australian Formula 3 Championship
Konica V8 Supercar Series
Championship titles
2002 Australian Super Touring Championship

Alan Gurr (born 3 February 1982) is a retired Australian racing driver. Gurr was a young karting star who graduated through the ranks to V8 Supercars and was the teammate of Jason Bright at Britek Motorsport in 2007. He has also driven for Team Sirromet Wines in the 2006 V8 Supercar Championship Series as well as Holden Young Lions in 2004.

In the 2007 Endurance Races, He was partnered with Warren Luff in car 26. After the 2007 season Gurr retired with recurring injuries from a serious accident earlier in his career. He was replaced by Marcus Marshall in the #26 Irwin backed Ford, and he has since not raced in the series.

Career results[edit]

Season Series Position Car Team
2000/01 Australian Super Touring Championship Ford Mondeo
Nissan Primera
Knight Racing
Hi-Tech Motorsport
2001 Australian Drivers Championship 3rd Reynard 94D Holden Ralt Australia
2002 Australian Super Touring Championship 1st BMW 320i NEMO Racing
2003 Australian Formula 3 Championship Dallara F301 Alfa Romeo Piccola Scuderia Corse
2003 V8Supercar Championship Series Holden VX Commodore Paul Morris Motorsport
2004 Konica Minolta V8 Supercar Series Holden VX Commodore Smiths Trucks
Holden Young Lions
2004 V8Supercar Championship Series Holden VY Commodore Paul Morris Motorsport
2005 Australian Carrera Cup Championship Porsche 911 GT3 Cup Type 996 Glenfords / Hitachi / Sirromet
2005 V8Supercar Championship Series Holden VZ Commodore Paul Morris Motorsport
2006 V8Supercar Championship Series Holden VZ Commodore Team Sirromet Wines
2007 V8Supercar Championship Series Ford BF Falcon Britek Motorsport

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