NEW DEAL REWARD FOR WATERS’ MONSTER EFFORT

  • By Mal Peter
  • 18 Sep, 2017
Prodrive Racing (Australia) has further consolidated its driver line-up with the announcement 2015 Super2 Champion Cameron Waters has signed a new deal which will see him race with the team until at least the end of the decade.

The 23-year-old is very pleased to sign a fresh two-year deal which will see him drive for the team until at least the end of the 2019 Supercars season.

"I am really pumped to re-sign with the team. In the last four-years we’ve won a title together, stepped up to the main series, and although it was tough last year, we’ve made the most of it this year and built a platform for the years ahead," Waters said
"It is also good to get the deal done nice and early and lock it away. It shows the strength of the relationship. The new deal confirms the team like how I am performing and we all plan to keep moving forward together and getting a few wins is definitely on the cards.
"It has also been great to work with Monster Energy. They came onboard when I stepped up and I’ve loved working with them. We went through the tough times last year and now we are getting better results I want to continue working with them well into the future."
By Mal Peter 18 Sep, 2017
Prodrive Racing (Australia) has further consolidated its driver line-up with the announcement 2015 Super2 Champion Cameron Waters has signed a new deal which will see him race with the team until at least the end of the decade.
By Mal Peter 18 Sep, 2017
Prodrive Racing (Australia)’s youngest enduro pairing packed the biggest punch on Sunday, as Monster Energy drivers Cam Waters and Richie Stanaway won the Sandown 500 from the pole position. The duo held off a late charge by Car 17 driver Scott McLaughlin as Waters drove the final 70 laps to secure the young pair’s first Supercars race victory, and Prodrive Racing’s third win of 2017. Chaz Mostert and Steve Owen (#55 Supercheap Auto FG X) raced in the top five for a majority of the afternoon, and consistent pace landed the pair on the third step of the podium at day’s end. Mark Winterbottom and Dean Canto (#5 The Bottle-O FG X) recovered from a first lap spin to finish 10th, while a drive-through penalty for Jason Bright and Garry Jacobson relegated the MEGA Fuels duo to a 17th place finish.
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