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Surfers Paradise V8 Supercars: Mike Conway to partner Taz Douglas

Mike ConwayMike Conway has become the seventh current IndyCar driver to sign up for V8 Supercars' Surfers Paradise event.

The Briton will share Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport's Holden with Taz Douglas.

It will mark Conway's first taste of both the Australian street circuit and a V8.

The 29-year-old drives for AJ Foyt's IndyCar team and is currently 19th in the standings.

He took his maiden win with Andretti Autosport in Long Beach last year.

Conway joins fellow IndyCar drivers Justin Wilson, Will Power, Simon Pagenaud, Marco Andretti, Sebastien Bourdais and Graham Rahal in the Surfers field.

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