Triple Eight Signs Pye as Supercars Enduro Driver for 2024-25
A major announcement has been made in the Supercars world, as Triple Eight Race Engineering confirmed the signing of Scott Pye as their enduro driver for the 2024 and 2025 seasons. Pye will join either Broc Feeney or new recruit Will Brown at Bathurst and other long-distance races on the calendar.
The exact enduro line-up will be revealed by the Red Bull-backed squad in due course. However, Triple Eight team principal Jamie Whincup has already expressed his enthusiasm for the addition of Pye to the outfit. He described Pye’s skills and experience as “invaluable” and expects him to “flourish” in an endurance role.
Scott Pye, a native of Adelaide, brings a wealth of knowledge and talent to the team. With numerous accomplishments under his belt, including podium finishes and a strong track record in endurance racing, Pye is undoubtedly a valuable asset.
Looking Towards Success
Triple Eight Racing has a rich history of success in the Supercars championship, consistently setting the bar high for performance and results. With the partnership between Pye and the team, expectations are high for even greater achievements in the upcoming seasons.
Fans and supporters eagerly await the announcement of the complete enduro line-up for Triple Eight Race Engineering. The team’s plans are sure to generate excitement as they strategically assemble a winning combination to conquer the grueling challenges of the Bathurst and other long-distance races.
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