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The support page of Australian Supercars driver Chris Smerdon.

Chris Smerdon is a seasoned driver with a passion for motorsports that has driven him to achieve great success in his career. He has been a key figure in the Supercars championship, consistently demonstrating his skill and expertise on the track.

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With over a decade of experience in various racing series, Chris Smerdon has honed his craft and developed a reputation as a talented and reliable driver. He has competed in some of the most challenging tracks across Australia and has shown his ability to adapt and perform under pressure.

Heading into 2023, Smerdon will drive a Matt Stone Racing-prepared Holden VF Commodore in Super3 this season.

The veteran racer joined the touring car ranks in 1992 when he purchased a Perkins Engineering-built VL Commodore.

A privateer in the 1990s, Smerdon competed in V8 Brutes and later, the third-tier of Supercars competition.

He claimed the V8 Touring Car Series title in 2008, and has been a regular in the third-tier since its transition into Super3 in 2019.

Matt Stone Racing veteran Chris Smerdon will carry a familiar look for the rest of the 2023 Dunlop Series season.

Smerdon’s Holden VF Commodore will carry Truck Assist colours for the final five rounds of the year.

The orange and black look was inspired by the Truck Assist Chevrolet Camaro Supercars of Jack Le Brocq and Cameron Hill.

In 2021, Chris became the first driver to notch up 50 race meetings in the category. 

Since winning the Championship in 2008, he has been a mainstay of the class from its grass roos as the Kuhmo V8 Touring Car Series through now running under its current Super3 Series banner. 

Take a look through the years from the early Larry Perkins-built VP/VR Commodores through to the Stone Brothers Racing built AU Falcon, BF Falcon, and FG Falcons.