Dylan will join Ash Samadi and Daniel Gaunt in an Audi Sport Customer Racing Australia run car.
And an inspiration to Angelo herself who someday hopes to make it into the Supercars Championship.
Not only does he need to win more, Bottas also says he needs to be more consistently competitive to beat Hamilton.
The WEC regular even ranks the Bathurst 12 Hour equal with the Le Mans and Spa 24 Hours.
Red Bull Holden Racing drivers Jamie Whincup and Shane van Gisbergen say they are eager for the Supercars championship finale at Newcastle this weekend.
Liam Talbot says he feels ‘robbed’ after being taken out of contention for the Highlands 501 following contact on the opening lap of the Australian Endurance Championship finale.
Jaxon Evans has held his hands up for the championship ending crash which ruled he and co-driver Tim Miles out of contention for the Australian Endurance Championship at Highlands Motorsport Park.
Peter Hackett and Dominic Storey have told of their nerves as a steering issue threatened to cost them the Australian Endurance Championship title during a dramatic Highlands 501.
Walkinshaw Racing has resolved a throttle body problem which had plagued Liam Talbot’s and John Martin’s Porsche ahead of this weekend’s Highlands 501.
Chaz Mostert has admitted fault for the late race incident during the ITM Auckland SuperSprint on Saturday which left Supercars title contender Fabian Coulthard on his roof.
Cameron Hill is confident for a strong result as racing kicks off today for the New Zealand Toyota 86 Racing Series at Pukekohe.
Jamie Whincup feels the recent upgrades to the Pukekohe Park Raceway track surface has turned the layout into almost a ‘new circuit’.
Jack Perkins is looking for a decent result at this weekend’s ITM Auckland SuperSprint in order to impress after receiving a late call up to Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport.
Eggleston Motorsport’s Dominic Storey says he didn’t think a win in last weekend’s Hampton Downs 500 was possible after starting the race from the back end of the top ten.
Tony Quinn says that he ‘just didn’t try hard enough’ during last weekend’s Hampton Downs 500 after finishing fifth alongside co-driver Andrew Waite.
Peter Hackett has become the equal most successful driver in Australian GT history after taking victory alongside co-driver Dominic Storey in the Hampton Downs 500.