Captures third-consecutive Australian Supercars Championship title driving the No. 17 Shell V-Power Ford Mustang for DJR Team Penske (DJRTP). Leads the series with 13 wins, 21 podiums, 15 pole positions and a 2.9 average finish in 27 starts. Makes his NTT INDYCAR SERIES debut in the season finale on the streets of St. Petersburg (Fla.) driving the No. 3 Shell-Pennzoil Dallara/Chevrolet, finishing 22nd.
Wins second-consecutive Australian Supercars Championship title driving the No. 17 Shell V-Power Ford Mustang for DJR Team Penske. Earns a series-record 18 wins, 22 podiums and 15 pole positions, 628 laps led and a 2.3 average finish in 29 starts. Records the first win for Team Penske in the prestigious Bathurst 1000, winning from the pole position after setting a new lap record. Becomes the first driver ever to claim the Darwin Triple Crown, winning the first race, capturing the pole position for the second race and winning the second race.
Captures the first Australian Supercars Championship title for DJR Team Penske driving the No. 17 Shell V-Power Ford Falcon. Paces the series win nine wins, 21 podiums, 13 pole positions, 449 laps led and a 3.2 average finish in 30 starts. Becomes the second New Zealander to win the Jason Richards Memorial Trophy presented to the driver who scores the most points during the New Zealand round of the Supercars schedule.
Competes in inaugural season driving the No. 17 Shell V-Power Ford Falcon for DJR Team Penske in the Australian Supercars Championship. Produces a series-high eight wins and posts 16 podium finishes, 16 pole positions and 444 laps led. Finishes second in the championship standings.
Races full-time in the Australian Supercars Championship (VASC) for Garry Rogers Motorsport (GRM), with the 2013 season marking the first full year of competing in the series. Scores a total of eight wins, 26 podiums and 17 pole positions for GRM over four seasons. Becomes the youngest winner in Supercars history with victory at Pukekohe Park Raceway in 2013.
Becomes the youngest driver to compete in the Dunlop Super2 Series - a developmental series to the Australian Supercars Championship - in 2010. Earns victory at Queensland Raceway in 2011, becoming youngest winner in series history. Captures the Dunlop Super2 Series Championship in 2012.