21/02/2024

Shane Van Gisbergen celebrates his 2021 Driver's Championship. (Photo: Supercars)

The Supercars 2022 season is set to present us with one of the most competitive seasons in the history of the sport.

The Supercars 2022 season is set to present us with one of the most competitive seasons in the history of the sport.

With just one year until the Gen 3 cars take over from the current crop, this could be the finalmseason for many of the outside contenders to make their mark and try and catch Shane van Gisbergen.

The 2022 season is just around the corner, and The Inner Sanctum team has taken a look at the year ahead and given their thoughts on how it could play out.

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Dominic Criniti

Drivers Champion: Chaz Mostert

Constructors Champion: Shell V-Power Racing Team

Driver to watch: Brodie Kostecki

Bold prediction: Anton De Pasquale and Chaz Mostert battle it out for the title until the last round, whilst Shane van Gisbergen struggles to keep up in third with a championship hangover.

Ben Filosi

Drivers Champion: Cam Waters

Constructors Champion: Shell V-Power Racing Team

Driver to watch: Broc Feeney

Bold Prediction: Shane Van Gisbergen will finish outside of the top three for the first time since 2017.

Anthony Alesiani

Drivers Champion: Chaz Mostert

Constructors Champion: Walkinshaw Andretti United

Driver to watch: Thomas Randle

Bold prediction: Less than 10 cars finish the Bathurst 1000, with Nick Percat winning the race in poor conditions.

Lachlan Dand

Drivers Champion: Chaz Mostert

Constructors Champion: Shell V-Power Racing Team

Driver to watch: Brodie Kostecki

Bold prediction: The battle for drivers champion will be the closest in history, with such an even playing field.

Tom Hayes

Drivers Champion: Anton de Pasquale

Constructors Champion: Shell V-Power Racing Team

Driver to watch: Brodie Kostecki

Bold Prediction: Feeney wins Bathurst 1000 on the last lap.

Lachlan Onions

Drivers Champion: Shane van Gisbergen 

Constructors Champion: Red Bull Ampol Racing

Driver to watch/ Surprise improver: Chaz Mostert

Bold Prediction: Championship to be decided in the last race of the season with van Gisbergen holding on to win the championship over Mostert.

Edward Holland

Drivers Champion: Anton de Pasquale

Constructors Champion:Red Bull Ampol Racing

Drivers to watch: Both PremiAir Racing drivers, Chris Pither and Garry Jacobson

Bold prediction: Adelaide 500 returns for the finale in December.

Brendan Burr

Drivers Champion: Shane Van Gisbergen

Constructors Champion: Penrite Racing

Driver to watch: Brodie Kostecki

Bold prediction: Brodie Kostecki lives out childhood dream, with an all-the-way Bathurst win, after a record setting lap to secure pole in the shootout.

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