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The 2020 Supercars Eseries champion Dayne Warren has claimed victory in the opening round of the Cash Converters Supercars Pro Eseries. Dayne claimed a start to finish victory, meaning he started first on the grid, and won the race. He beat his younger brother Ethan Warren, who came second in his first ever Supercars Eseries race.

How do the teams work?

Unlike the All Star series, each of the Pro Eseries drivers competes in a draft format to earn their place in the team. Each of the chosen drivers races for one of the corresponding Supercars teams. Here is the team lineup:

Team Driver/s Car Number Car type
Mobil 1 Walkinshaw Andretti United Dayne Warren 2 Holden
Brad Jones Racing Jake Burton (Dunlop)

Madison Down (RYCO 24/7)

Jackson Souslin-Harlow (R&J Batteries)

8

14

4

Holdens
Tickford Racing Richard Hamstead (Boost Mobile)

Ethan Warren (Truck Assist)

44

55

Mustang

Mustang

Shell V Power Dick Johnson Racing Brady Meyers 22 Mustang
Local Legends Team Sydney Ryan Wood 19 Holden
Yellow Cover/UNIT Matt Stone Racing Andrew Gilliam 35 Holden
Penrite Kelly Grove Racing Wayne Bourke 89 Mustang
IRWIN Team 18 Cooper Webster 18 Holden
Erebus Motorsport Jobe Stewart

Jarrad Filsell (Boost Mobile)

9

99

Holden

Holden

CoolDrive Blanchard Racing Team Josh Anderson 3 Mustang
BP Ultimate Racing James Scott 98 Mustang
Repco Racing Jordan Caruso 12 Mustang
Cash Converters Racing Emily Jones 51 Mustang
Jands Simon Feigl (Shure)

Corey Shepherd (Pioneer DJ)

83

718

Holden

Mustang

Swyftx Racing Sam Blacklock 215 Holden
Logitech G Racing Team Ethan Grigg-Gault 923 Mustang
Team Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland Fawzan El-Nabi 62 Mustang
Shannons Racing Blake Purdie 48 Mustang

Favorites for the series

There are several returning drivers from the 2020 Eseries this time out. Defending champion Dayne Warren is here to try and retain his crown, having won round one. Madison Down, driving for the Brad Jones Racing team, is another returning contender. Madison placed third overall in last year’s series. Last year’s fourth placed Jarrad Filsell, and fifth placed Jordan Caruso, are also back to improve on their 2020 results.

2020’s third place finisher Madison Down driving the number 14 Brad Jones Racing car

Several Rookies have entered the competition this year too, along with some new teams. These rookies however are no strangers to sim racing. While this may be their first Supercars Eseries, the likes of Simon Feigl, Ethan Warren and Josh Anderson have proven themselves on the track.

Fan favorite commentators Neil Crompton and Chad Neylon are back to host and call the races, along with Johnathon Simon.

Cash Converters Pro Eseries

While the action in round one of the Pro Eseries was far less controversial than the chaos in the All Star Series, the Pro drivers are accustomed to sim racing. Both Eseries’ are run on the iRacing platform, with round two arriving next week.

The Cash Converters Supercars Pro Eseries is on every Wednesday night (AEST) live on Fox Sports 506, Kayo, 7Plus, Sky NZ and Supercars social media channels, including Twitch.