Fiore in 2015
|Born||1 December 1983 (age 36)|
Kalgoorlie, Western Australia
|Current team||Charlie Schwerkolt Racing|
(Endurance Race Co-Driver)
|2019 Championship position||46th (245 pts)|
Dean Fiore (born 1 December 1983) is an Australian professional racing driver. Fiore co-drives in the Pirtek Enduro Cup for Charlie Schwerkolt Racing as a co-driver alongside Scott Pye in the No. 20 Holden ZB Commodore.
Fiore is one of three racing brothers, along with Todd and Paul. One of a line of West Australian drivers brought up in the relatively isolated world of his home state Formula Ford series, he won the championship in 2002 and 2003. He progressed into the Australian Formula Ford Championship in 2004 and stayed there for two seasons, initially with Western Australian-based outfit Fastlane Racing. Following this he joined and raced with Sonic Motor Racing Services where he finished top five in the points both times but did not make the top three.
Transitioning into Australian Carrera Cup Championship along with his Sonic team, Fiore made steady progress, becoming a top five driver in his second season before becoming series runner-up in the 2008 Australian Carrera Cup Championship.
Fiore was speculated as a potential driver who could bring sponsorship towards a beleaguered Team Kiwi Racing in V8 Supercar and he became the first Australian to be signed as a regular driver for the pro-New Zealand racing team. However just three events into the season and Team Kiwi Racing collapsed as a V8 Supercar operation and Triple F Racing was formed to keep Fiore in the car for the remainder of the season.
Supercars Championship results
Complete Bathurst 1000 results
|2009||Triple F Racing||Holden Commodore VE||Troy Bayliss||DNF||59|
|2010||Triple F Racing||Ford Falcon FG||Michael Patrizi||DNF||56|
|2011||Triple F Racing||Ford Falcon FG||Michael Patrizi||20th||160|
|2012||Triple F Racing||Ford Falcon FG||Matthew Halliday||22nd||147|
|2013||Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport||Holden Commodore VF||Matthew Halliday||DNF||145|
|2014||Nissan Motorsport||Nissan Altima L33||Michael Caruso||15th||158|
|2015||Nissan Motorsport||Nissan Altima L33||Michael Caruso||13th||161|
|2016||Nissan Motorsport||Nissan Altima L33||Michael Caruso||8th||161|
|2017||Nissan Motorsport||Nissan Altima L33||Michael Caruso||6th||161|
|2018||Nissan Motorsport||Nissan Altima L33||Michael Caruso||DNF||69|
|2019||Kelly Racing||Nissan Altima L33||Garry Jacobson||19th||159|
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