Lowndes to partner with Wall Racing in Porsche Paynter Dixon Carrera Cup Australia

Lowndes to partner with Wall Racing in Porsche Paynter Dixon Carrera Cup Australia


Wall Racing announces Bathurst winner in strong driver line-up for Australia’s premier one-make series

Seven-time Bathurst 1000 winner, Craig Lowndes, will team up with 2017 Porsche Paynter Dixon Carrera Cup Australia Champion, David Wall, for the two opening rounds of the 2021 Carrera Cup Australia series.

Last year, the Supercars icon made his first Porsche appearance in the Liqui-Molly Bathurst 12-Hour driving with factory drivers Earl Bamber and Laurens Vanthoor, but his Carrera Cup Australia debut was unfortunately cut short following the sudden cancellation of the Australian Grand Prix.

The #38 and #338 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup Wall Racing entries will be adorned with the team’s long-time partners Paynter Dixon for the opening rounds, together with Shannons Insurance, Sculptura and Local Pools and Spas.

David Wall said, “We are very pleased to announce that Paynter Dixon will be on my car and that Craig is confirmed for the first two rounds. I have had an association with Paynter Dixon for a number of years from working on their job sites at an early age, to commercial partners on my Supercar when I competed in the series and in recent years in Carrera Cup Australia.”

“They are a massive part of the Wall Racing Team and we look forward to doing our best to repay them throughout 2021. We also welcome back Shannons Insurance to the team after being involved with us over a number of years including our championship year in 2017. For Craig, we look forward to seeing what we can do beyond Sandown and Tailem Bend.”

Craig Lowndes said, “I’m really excited to be joining Wall Racing for the Sandown and Tailem Bend rounds. Teaming up with David, it will be great to get back behind the wheel of the Porsche after our first real taste was abandoned due to the impact of the pandemic at the Grand Prix last year.”

“The 911 GT3 Cup car is obviously a completely different beast to a Supercar, but I aim to be competitive. I also really enjoyed driving the Porsche 911 GT3 R in the Bathurst 12-Hour last year and working with the entire Porsche family,” Lowndes continued.


About Wall Racing:

With over 35 years of experience, Wall Racing is one of Porsche Paynter Dixon Carrera Cup Australia’s top championship winning teams. The Sydney based team has never finished a season off the overall Championship podium since 2016.

Their results include:

Wall Racing’s Porsche Paynter Dixon Carrera Cup Australia record:

2016 – 3rd Mobil Pro

2017 – 1st Mobil Pro Champions

2018 – Runner-up Mobil Pro

2019 – 3rd Mobil Pro

2019 – Pro-Am Champions