3 February 1982 |
Sydney, New South Wales
|Teams||Paul Morris Motorsport
|Australian Super Touring Championship
Australian Drivers' Champ.
Australian Formula 3 Championship
Konica V8 Supercar Series
|2002||Australian Super Touring Championship|
Alan Gurr (born 3 February 1982) is an Australian retired V8 Supercars driver. Gurr was a young karting star who graduated through the ranks to V8 Supercars with immediate results winning on debut in the V8 Development series. He 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.
|2000/01||Australian Super Touring Championship||Ford Mondeo
|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|
- 2006 V8 Supercars Australia Yearbook ISBN 1-921203-20-X
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