Dutto is one of the most highly respected members of the Supercars paddock today, and an all-round legend.
Having started in the industry in 2001 with Larkham Motor Sport, Dutton progressed to race engineer for Briggs Motor Sport, which was taken over by Triple Eight Race Engineering in 2003. Dutto studied mechanical engineering at Queensland University of Technology, being named Young Alumnus of the Year in 2012 for his achievements.
In 2007, he joined forces with Jamie Whincup as race engineer.
The dynamic duo made their mark in the history books, and to this day Dutton is the most successful race engineer in the modern era of the sport in terms of results.
Impressed by the boss, in 2014 he was promoted to team manager, and since then with Dutto at the helm, Triple Eight Race Engineering added another three drivers’ and four teams’ championships to its tally.
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Broc Feeney – Car #88Qualifying, Race 28 – Fourth (01:19.4097)Top Ten Shootout – Fifth (01:19.6827)Race 28 – Second Championship standings – Third (2441 points) Shane van Gisbergen – Car #97Qualifying, Race 28 – 15th (01:19.7305)Race 28 – DNF Championship standings –
Broc Feeney – Car #88Practice 3 – 20th (01:20.3308)Race 27 – Fifth Championship standings – Third (2303 points) Shane van Gisbergen – Car #97Practice 3 – 17th (01:20.1928)Top Ten Shootout – Sixth (01:20.1034)Race 27 – DNF Championship standings – Second (2565 points)
Broc Feeney – Car #88Practice 2 – 22nd (01:20.4374)Qualifying, Race 27 – 11th (01:19.4113) Championship standings – Fourth (2192 points) Shane van Gisbergen – Car #97Practice 2 – Tenth (01:19.8083)Qualifying, Race 27 – Fourth (01:19.2084) Championship standings – Second (2565 points)