Supercars Champion James Courtney Joins BRT for Expanded 2024 Programme
James Courtney, the 2010 Supercars champion, has officially joined the BRT team for the upcoming 2024 season. This move comes after his departure from Tickford was confirmed earlier this week. The 43-year-old driver had long been rumored to be making a switch to BRT.
Courtney was one of two drivers to part ways with the Campbellfield squad, with Declan Fraser being the other, as the team decided to downscale their operations from four cars to just two for the upcoming season.
One notable aspect of Courtney’s move is that he will bring his sponsor, Snowy River Caravans, with him from Tickford, ensuring continuity in terms of financial support. This will undoubtedly help BRT as they expand their programme for the coming season.
The addition of Courtney to BRT’s lineup is seen as a major boost for the team, given his previous success in the Supercars championship and his experience in the sport. With his skills and knowledge, Courtney is expected to play an instrumental role in helping BRT achieve their goals for the 2024 season.
Speaking about his move to BRT, Courtney expressed his excitement and gratitude for the opportunity. He stated, “I am thrilled to be joining BRT for the upcoming season. They have shown tremendous potential in recent years, and I am eager to contribute to their success.”
With Courtney now on board, BRT’s expanded programme for the 2024 Supercars season looks promising. The team is confident that their strengthened lineup will enable them to compete at the highest level and vie for podium finishes throughout the season.