Three-time race winner Holdsworth has been left with no full-time Supercars seat for the 2021 season, his two-year stint with Tickford Racing over because the Ford squad scales again to a few vehicles.
Whereas that left him as the highest seed for the Bathurst 1000, it seems his time on the co-driver market was short-lived.
Motorsport.com understands Holdsworth is poised to hitch Walkinshaw Andretti United, the place he’ll accomplice Mostert for the Nice Race.
Lengthy-time WAU co-driver Warren Luff, who’s completed on the Bathurst podium 4 of the final six years, can also be set to be retained to accomplice Bryce Fullwood.
The transfer will mark a return to Clayton for Holdsworth, who drove a Walkinshaw Racing-run Holden underneath the Staff 18 banner in 2015.
It would additionally give WAU one of many strongest pairings heading into the October basic, given Holdsworth was the provisional pole-sitter at Bathurst in 2020.
The deal is but to be made public, though Holdsworth revealed on the newest episode of the Parked Up podcast that he has a drive locked in.
“I will likely be [at Bathurst], shifting on from the place I used to be with Tickford,” he mentioned.
“I had a good time there. However now I am trying ahead to teaming up with probably the greatest groups and probably the greatest pictures within the area of taking that race out.
“That is what you should do, first 12 months out of Supercars. It’s essential to put your expertise in the best place and provides your self the perfect alternative. I am doing that.”
Holdsworth will dovetail his Bathurst drive with a full TCR Australia programme, driving an Alfa Romeo run by Ashley Seward Motorsport.