MW Motorsport

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MW Motorsport
MW Motorsport Logo.png
ManufacturerNissan
Team PrincipalMatthew White
Team ManagerMatthew White
Race Drivers16. Bryce Fullwood
27. Tyler Everingham
28. Zane Goddard
ChassisAltima L33
Debut2000 (Supercars)
2000 (Super2)
Drivers' Championships2
Round wins8
Pole positions0
2012 position5th (1415 pts)

MW Motorsport (formerly known as Matthew White Racing) is a motor-racing team that is competing in the Dunlop Super2 Series. In 2019 the team will race with Nissan Altimas, with Tyler Everingham, Bryce Fullwood and Zane Goddard.

The team was formed by Matthew White in 2000 to further his own racing ambitions. Originally Matthew White Racing was a privateer V8 Supercar, specifically supporting White's career, but he took on a customer driver for the first time in 2002 and the team gradually changed over the next five years into a professional pay driver operation in the Fujitsu V8 Supercar Series. The team made infrequent appearances at V8 Supercar endurance races.

The team was granted a wildcard entry for the 2009 L&H 500 and 2009 Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000.[1] Brad Lowe and Damian Assaillit drove the car to only modest results.

The teams greatest success was in the 2009 Fujitsu V8 Supercar Series when Jonathon Webb won the series winning all but one race in the second half of the season.

For 2017, the team will switch to Nissan and run a pair of Nissan Altima[2] Supercars, although Bryce Fullwood will campaign an older generation Ford FG Falcon up until the Townsville round, where he is expected to upgrade to the COTF Nissan Altima. They will then become the first non-Holden or Ford Team in the series.

Drivers[edit]

The MW Motorsport Ford FG Falcon in which Chaz Mostert won the Adelaide round of the 2013 Dunlop Series
The MW Motorsport Ford FG Falcon in which Dale Wood is contesting the 2013 Dunlop Series
Year Driver Race Starts
2002-04, 2006-08, 2010 Australia Matthew White 75
2002 Australia Michael Turner 14
2004-06 Australia Dean Wanless 40
2006 Australia Wayne Wakefield 12
2007 Australia Geoff Emery ?
2007 Australia Clayton Pyne 2
2007 New Zealand John McIntyre 6
2007 Australia Tim Slade 16
2007-08 Australia Grant Denyer 27
2007, 2010 Australia Marcus Marshall 8
2008 New Zealand Andy Knight 3
2008 Australia Nandi Kiss 3
2008-09 Australia Damian Assaillit 36
2008-09 Australia Brad Lowe 20
2009 Australia Jonathon Webb 18
2010 United Kingdom Ben Barker 2
2010 Australia Tony Bates 5
2010 New Zealand Ant Pedersen 8
2010 New Zealand Matthew Hamilton 8
2010-11 Australia Tom Tweedie 17
2010-11 Australia David Russell 35
2010, 12 Australia Luke Youlden 10
2011-12, 2014 Australia Tim Blanchard 24
2012 Australia Elliot Barbour 1
2012-14 Australia Morgan Haber 21
2013 Australia Chaz Mostert 1
2013-14 Australia Steve Owen 19
2013 Australia Dale Wood 18
2014 New Zealand Andre Heimgartner 13
2014 Australia Ryan Simpson 2
2014, 2018 Australia Dean Fiore 4
2014 Australia Kurt Kostecki 2
2015, 2017 Australia Jack Le Brocq 16
2015 New Zealand Chris Pither 14
2015-17 Australia Bryce Fullwood 18
2016-17 Australia Shae Davies 14
2016 Australia Jesse Dixon 1
2016 Australia Chelsea Angelo 6
2018 Australia Garry Jacobson 0
2018 Australia Alex Rullo 0

References[edit]

  1. ^ Briar Gunther (16 June 2009). "Extra enduro entries chosen". Official site of the Australian V8 Supercar Championship Series. Archived from the original on 22 June 2009. Retrieved 19 June 2009.
  2. ^ "Altimas to race in Dunlop Series". Nissan Motorsport. 13 December 2016. Retrieved 20 January 2017.

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