It's been a rollercoaster few months for 2010 Supercars champion James Courtney.
His much-publicised move to the new Team Sydney venture was subject to constant on-again, off-again rumours for months and when it did happen, it didn't last long. A week after the Adelaide 500 he walked away from the team citing that a big commitment "hadn't been honoured".
Then there was a wildcard deal in the works to run a third Erebus car, which was scuppered by the break induced by the coronavirus crisis. The final twist - at least so far - arrived last week when the smoke for a Will Davison/Courtney switch proved to have plenty of fire behind it.
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