Stone Brothers Racing
Stone Brothers Racing



Team Principal

Ross Stone

Team Manager

David Stuart

Race Drivers


Ford FG Falcon



Drivers' Championships

3 (2003, 2004 & 2005)

Round wins


2011 position

3rd (4597 pts)

Stone Brothers Racing (SBR) is an Australian motor racing team competing in the International V8 Supercars Championship, formed in 1998 by experienced New Zealand-born motorsport veterans, Ross Stone and Jim Stone after buying out their partner in their previous racing team. The team's drivers have won three Drivers' Championships in 2003, 2004 and 2005 seasons, in which it was the dominant team of V8 Supercar racing.

The team is based on Queensland's Gold Coast and their nominated test track is nearby Queensland Raceway.

SBR has won three drivers championships, with Marcos Ambrose in 2003/2004; and Russell Ingall in 2005. SBR has won the Teams Championship (combined points of both cars) in 2004 and 2005, the former being a 1-2 finish with the aforementioned Ambrose and Ingall respectively. 2003 also saw SBR win the V8 Development Series with Mark Winterbottom at the wheel. In 1998, SBR won the Bathurst 1000 with Jason Bright and Steven Richards at the wheel of the team's Ford Falcon.

SBR began with, and continue to race with Ford Falcons. The teams current drivers are Lee Holdsworth and Shane Van Gisbergen with Tim Slade driving a customer car for James Rosenberg Racing. The team also runs young New Zealand driver Scott McLaughlin in the second-tier Development Series in addition to supplying sister team Matt Stone Racing with equipment for its two drivers, Ashley Walsh and Daniel Jilesen.

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