Auckland, New Zealand
A hop, skip and jump across the ditch, this Kiwi bird flew the coop and made his way down under, casually winning the 2016 Supercars Drivers Championship in his very first year with Triple Eight Race Engineering. Talk about a first impression.
Drift King and master of the burnout, SVG showed he was a force to be reckoned with in 2016, also bringing home the PIRTEK Enduro Cup and the Jason Richards Trophy.
We are pretty sure he goes home at night and sleeps on a pile of silverware (we’ve seen Snapchats), but if one thing is for certain, this Kiwi ain’t stopping anytime soon.
Adding to his already impressive resume, SVG broke through for a long-awaited maiden victory in the 2020 Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000, alongside co-driver, Garth 'GT' Tander.
When he isn’t travelling the world to get to another race track he’s… well, no, he’s doing that. If it’s got four wheels and an engine, you can bet an ice cold Red Bull on it that he’s driven it.
Supercars Championship Results
2007: Team Kiwi Racing - 43rd (Partial Season)
2008: Stone Brothers Racing - 15th
2009: Stone Brothers Racing - 12th
2010: Stone Brothers Racing - 6th
2011: Stone Brothers Racing - 4th
2012: Stone Brothers Racing - 6th
2013: TEKNO Autosports - 5th
2014: TEKNO Autosports - 2nd
2015: TEKNO Autosports - 4th
2016: Triple Eight Race Engineering - 1st
2017: Triple Eight Race Engineering - 4th
2018: Triple Eight Race Engineering - 2nd
2019: Triple Eight Race Engineering - 2nd
2020: Triple Eight Race Engineering - 3rd
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