ⓘ Whincup

                                     

ⓘ Whincup

The origin of the Whincup name is not known for certain. The earliest references found to date are in the 16th century in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire, and with a large separate branch in Suffolk usually spelt Whincop.

Guess is that the name Whincup is the name-last name origin, associated with a gorse area where a family or families lived and farmed.

                                     
  • Jamie Whincup born 6 February 1983 is an Australian professional racing driver competing in the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship. He currently
  • since Robbie Francevic won the title driving a Volvo 240T in 1986. Jamie Whincup successfully defended his drivers championship, securing a record sixth
  • Jamie Whincup and Paul Dumbrell started the race from pole position. The race was won by Tekno Autosports Will Davison and Jonathon Webb. Whincup had taken
  • seven times. The team currently runs two Holden ZB Commodores for Jamie Whincup and Shane van Gisbergen. Additionally, the team provides technical support
  • and Will Davison. Lowndes team - mate and reigning series champion Jamie Whincup qualified fifth, having started on the front row of the grid at every race
  • its drivers, Jamie Whincup and Shane van Gisbergen, finishing first and second in Race 14. Van Gisbergen won Race 15 while Whincup finished fourth. As
  • the Triple Eight Race Engineering Holden of championship leader Jamie Whincup and Shane van Gisbergen of Stone Brothers Racing. These three drivers remained
  • drivers Shane van Gisbergen, Jamie Whincup and Craig Lowndes scoring a 1 2 3 result in Race 16. Lowndes and Whincup then went on to finish first and second
  • drivers Shane van Gisbergen and Jamie Whincup winning Races 18 and 19 respectively. By taking victory in Race 19, Whincup became the second driver in championship
  • This handed the lead to Whincup who went on to win the race ahead of Chaz Mostert and Shane van Gisbergen. The result saw Whincup move into the championship
  • finish the race in twelfth place, however, after a slow pit stop. Jamie Whincup won the race after starting from second place, ahead of James Courtney
  • Engineering won both races, with Jamie Whincup winning on Saturday and Craig Lowndes winning on Sunday. Whincup overcame a drive - through penalty in the
  • Triple Eight Race Engineering teammates Shane van Gisbergen and Jamie Whincup finished first and second in Race 4, ahead of Will Davison. Davison took