As the 2016 Supercars Championship draws closer to the end of the season, Team BOC are today announcing that Jason Bright will not be driving for the team in 2017.

Over the years Jason has achieved many accomplishments with the team, including a number of race wins, pole positions, podium finishes and his 500th Supercars race start.

Most notably of the highlights; Jason achieved the teams’ first ever Supercars win in Perth in 2011 and winning the inaugural Jason Richards trophy in New Zealand in 2013.

Team Boss Brad Jones “It’s been fantastic having Jason here over the years, he has been an instrumental part in making our team what it is today.”

“Jason has been in Supercars for almost 20 years, and 7 of those have been with us. We’ve achieved a lot together, so there are many fond memories.”

Jason added The team Brad and Kim have put together in Albury have been a pleasure to work with.  The majority of the guys here now were here in my first year in 2010 which says a lot about the culture that BJR has.”

“I never thought I would drive for a team for 7 years straight but BJR has made my time here a very satisfying chapter in my Supercar career. I will have to be careful not to pull into the wrong bay for a pit stop next season and incase I do I hope they can change my tyres."

Once the curtain calls on the Homebush season finale, Jason will have completed 98 rounds with the Brad Jones Racing team, the most he has ever completed with one single team.  

Everyone at Team BOC and Brad Jones Racing wish Jason all the best on the next chapter in his Supercars career.

Published: 25 October 2016.

#8 Nick Percat

Brad Jones Racing

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