Lowndes addressed the speculation around his racing future in his column in Supercar Xtra Magazine issue #105, reaffirming his desire to race on as an endurance co-driver beyond 2018.
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“I will continue racing as a co-driver in the endurance events and that will still give me a chance to accumulate race starts,” writes Lowndes.
“That’s the beauty of Supercars; we can race on as endurance co-drivers beyond our full-time careers and continue to be part of the Bathurst 1000.
“That event still means the most to me and it’s the 2006 Bathurst that remains the most emotional and satisfying victory of my journey, celebrating the life of Peter Brock, who taught me so much on and off the track.
“We were there honouring Peter that day at a track synonymous with him and I still value a win in the Bathurst 1000 at Mount Panorama above the Supercars championship win.”
Lowndes has enjoyed a resurgence in form in 2018, breaking a winless run of 12 months at the 2018 Tyrepower Tasmania SuperSprint.
“The introduction of the new-generation Holden Commodore Supercar has proven to be a good thing for us this season,” says Lowndes.
“It’s suited my driving style and it’s allowed us to adapt to it in a positive way. We did not know how competitive it was going to be at the beginning of the year because we didn’t get a lot of time to do a lot of testing.
“Overall the results and gains we’ve made through the first half of the season have proven that it’s a very good package for us.
“Hopefully we can continue to build on that strong form going into the second half of the season.”
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