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Since the team's inception, Castrol has always worked hand in hand to maximise team performance on-track. The list of achievements during the 15 year Castrol/Tickford Racing partnership includes several memorable Bathurst and Drivers’ Championship performances.


In 2020 Tickford Racing and Castrol embark on a new challenge to extract the true engine performance of the Ford Mustang.

“As a driver there are enough things to think about on race day without having to think about whether your engine oil is up to the task. In talking with our own engineers and the Technical Team at Castrol, I can say with confidence that using Castrol means we’re giving ourselves every advantage on race day.”

Cam Waters, Tickford Racing


Cameron Waters is now a Tickford Racing veteran and a star in the Supercars Championship.

Waters has proved he is a champion in the making after taking to the top step of the podium at the Sandown 500 in 2017, before announcing his intentions as he charged to the rostrum in the 2019 Bathurst 1000.

During his debut season in the main game in 2016, Waters earnt himself the Mike Kable Young-Gun Award for his standout performance which he scored after taking an empathic pole position in Perth, two fourth place finishes at the Adelaide 500 and then at the Bathurst 1000.

The Victorian was just 17 years-of-age when he debuted at Bathurst, becoming the youngest ever driver to start the Bathurst 1000. He made history as well that year when he became the youngest Australian Formula Ford champion.

Waters was able to skyrocket through the junior tiers, with a single season in Super2 before being called up as Jack Perkins’ co-driver at Tickford Racing during their endurance campaign in 2014.

The very next year, Waters then filled in for now teammate Chaz Mostert, who was sidelined due to a horrific accident at Bathurst.

Tickford Racing then signed Waters as a full-time driver for the 2016 season.
Thomas Randle is a burgeoning talent in Australian motorsport, having earnt respect from his peers and the industry one and off track.

Castrol and Randle have been intertwined for years, from his Castrol Toyota Racing Series Championship victory in New Zealand in 2017, to his Supercars wildcard debut at The Bend, his third-place finish at the Sandown 500 and third overall in the Pirtek Enduro Cup with Lee Holdsworth in 2019.

After a shortened 2020 Super2 season, Randle clinched the title after winning the final Super2 race at Mount Panorama.

The young gun’s reputation extends internationally as a multiple race winner in the BRDC British Formula 3 Championship among his other European exploits.

Alongside studying a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering at University, Randle runs his own simulator driver training and experience business in Melbourne.

Castrol’s backing of Randle extends across the 2021 racing calendar including his S5000 tilt, 3 Supercars Wild Card appearances, as well as the most prestigious race in Australia, the Repco Bathurst 1000, as a co-driver with Castrol EDGE-oiled Tickford Racing.
James Courtney is a decorated driver, a Supercars champion and recognised internationally for his skills as a karter.

Over his career Courtney has had a taste of F1 machinery as a test driver and had his Supercars Championship debut in 2006 with the Stone Brothers Racing outfit.

The Western-Sydney raised driver won the 2010 Supercars Championship and has 15 race wins to his name and fourth Bathurst 1000 podiums.

Courtney joined the Tickford Racing team mid-2020 and found himself back in a Ford for the first time since his Championship.
Jack Le Brocq is now a seasoned contender in Supercars, having won his first racing with the Tickford Racing team in 2020.

The 28-year old who will pilot the No. 55 Mustang this season, last drove for the team in 2016 Super2 Series, where he finished second to team mate Garry Jacobson.

The native-Melbournian had a stint with Tickford Racing in 2016 when he was contesting the development Super2 Series, snagging the runner-up position that year.

Le Brocq made his full-time debut in 2018 with the Tekno Autosport squad and then joined the Campbelltown based team in 2020, earning a win and a podium over the that year.