Todd Kelly

Todd Kelly (born 9 October 1979 in Mildura, Victoria, Australia) is a V8 Supercar racing driver, currently living in Melbourne, Victoria. He is the older brother of former V8 Supercar and Bathurst 1000 champion, Rick Kelly. He drove for the Holden Racing Team from 2003 until 2007, and Jack Daniel's Racing in 2008. He moved to the new formed family team Kelly Racing for 2009 and onwards. He is the youngest driver to have reached 100 starts in the series. Season 2001 was Kelly's first full time V8 drive in V8 Supercars (although he had previously raced in the category in 99' and 00'), he drove for the K-Mart Racing Team alongside Greg Murphy. He and Greg finished 3rd at Bathurst. Being his first full drive, he finished the year well in 6th and broke through for his first round victory in the last round of the season at Sandown Raceway. Season 2002 saw him take four second places, and fifth in the championship. After two successful years with K-Mart Racing Team the departure of Jason Bright left a vacancy at the Holden Racing Team in 2003. Kelly and new team mate Mark Skaife won the Sandown 500 win. Kelly finished ninth in the championship, behind his brother Rick in eighth.


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