Born as Ford Performance Racing in late 2002, Tickford Racing has evolved into a Supercars powerhouse organisation and one of the most successful programs in Australian motor racing history. The two-time Bathurst 1000 winners and 2015 Supercars champions are well in the hunt in 2021, led by young star Cam Waters in the Monster Energy Ford Mustang.
A multifaceted engineering company at heart, Tickford Racing is known as the most selfsustained team in the Supercars paddock. With virtually all design, manufacturing, development, and service work on its cars done in-house, each win on the track is a true team effort that requires all hands on deck.
Tickford’s three-pronged attack in 2021 has been spearheaded by Waters, who has three wins to date this season, and is flanked by 2010 Supercars champion James Courtney and rising talent Jack Le Brocq. With up-and-comers Thomas Randle and Zak Best waiting in the wings, the future of Tickford Racing burns as bright as its desire to perform on the track, as well as on the road with Tickford.
The same engineering prowess that has propelled Tickford Racing to 77 Supercars race wins and over 250 podiums can also be found on the road in Tickford-enhanced Ford vehicles. Performance packages produced by Tickford for Ranger, Mustang, Everest, and Raptor are designed and fine-tuned by the same engineering minds that power the likes of Waters, Courtney, and Le Brocq to success on the track.