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  • Subject: Re: 2020 Supercars Driver Line up
    Post: banksie wrote No sooner than it starts... James Courtney has announced he has quit Team Sydney. The Boost Mobile sponsorship follows Courtney out the door. Expect Courtney to line-up on the TCR grid with Boost sponsorship following him.

    As for Team Sydney... Who knows. Will two cars be on the grid at the AGP? Will they last the season?

    I'll put my money on Jono Webb not having any involvement in Supercars in 2021. Several bridges have been burnt the past couple of years, its getting harder to come back from.

    For Courtney, that could mark the end of his full-time Supercars career. His 2010 championship was remarkable given the turmoil occurring behind the scenes in the team that year.

    Courtney will likely chase a co-drive for 2020 now, but with RBHRT, DJRTP, TR, Erebus, WAU and Team 18 having previously announced full line-ups, there won't be a lot of options available. Short of a team pushing a driver out, Kelly Racing or BJR may be his best current options. He'll be in high demand still, so a driver be pushed out is still a strong chance.
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