|Team Principal||Kieran Wills|
|Race Drivers||Jason Richards (2003)
Simon Wills (2003-05)
Nicolas Minassian (2003)
Wayne Wakefield (2003)
Jan Magnussen (2003)
Dale Brede (2004)
Will Davison (2004)
Tony Longhurst (2005)
Max Wilson (2005)
Mark Porter (2005)
Kayne Scott (2005)
In 2003, the team entered the V8 Series after purchasing a Level 1 franchise with two licences from Romano Racing and entering Holden Commodore VYs for Wills and Jason Richards. The year was highlighted by a second place finish at the Sandown 500.
In 2004 Richards was replaced by Dale Brede. A third car appeared at two rounds with Will Davison driving. In August 2004, Team Dynamik conducted an unauthorised test at Woomera Test Range and were fined $104,000.
In 2005, Will Davison was contracted to drive, while the second licence was sold to Tony Longhurst, who contracted Team Dynamik to prepare a car with Max Wilson driving. However after the opening race at the Australian Grand Prix, the team advised Davison it was unable to fulfill its contract for him to drive the second car.
In September 2005, Longhurst purchased the second licence. After announcing his intention to relocate the team to Queensland, in 2006 Longhurst on-sold the licences to Paul Morris Motorsport and Rod Nash Racing. This resulted in legal action, with Team Dynamik claiming a share of the profits Longhurst made.
- Simon Wills Speedcafe 27 August 2010
- Team Dynamik 'Look' Revealed V8 Supercars 22 January 2003
- Normoyle, Steve (2003). The Great Race 23. Hornsby: Chevron Publishing. ISSN 1031-6124.
- Normoyle, Steve (2004). The Great Race 24. Hornsby: Chevron Publishing. ISSN 1031-6124.
- Dynamik appeals over outback misadventure Sun-Herald 12 September 2004
- Dynamik look to Clipsal with confidence Crash.net
- Team Dynamik aims up for Clipsal 500 Team Dynamik 4 March 2005
- Morris acquires level one franchise Crash.net
- 2736/08 Tean Dynamik Racing Pty Ltd v Longhurst Racing Pty Ltd & Others Queensland Supreme Court 21 October 2008