Garth Tander, also known to his peers as Tic Tac Teeth, is a multiple-championship winning Australian motor racing driver competing in the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship’s Enduro Cup, co-driving the No. 97 Holden ZB Commodore for Triple Eight Race Engineering.
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Garth Tander: Bathurst 1000, Partner, Wife, Family, Net Worth
Supercars champion Shane van Gisbergen lost a potential Bathurst podium or even victory in the final laps in a brutal ending to the Great Race. Racing with Garth Tander, van Gisbergen was running second with seven laps remaining.
But the reigning Bathurst 1000 winner and newly-crowned 2021 champ suffered tyre issues and was forced to pit, sending him to the back of the field.
Garth Tander is happily married to his wife, Leanne Tander. Just like him, Leanne is also a professional Australian race car driver. She has driven super race cars like Formula 3, Formula Ford, and the Supercars Championship.
His wife is Leanne Tender.
Her career in racing started with Karting in 1993. In 2001, she switched to V8 Supercar with Fleetcare Racing. In 2010, she competed in Touring Car Masters, a supporting category to the Bathurst 1000 in 2010. She acquired 5th place in the series by winning the final race in Round 5.
Yoghurt-loving Scarlett, nearly 4, and Sebastian, 3, are everything in Leanne Tander’s life. She says the hardest thing about returning to elite motorsport is forcing them out of her mind.
“I’m finding it a mental thing now…being able to switch over to race mode,” she says. “I can’t be thinking about the kids, or what food’s in the fridge or goals for the future. That’s the challenge – blocking it all out.”
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Begin of Skilled Profession
Garth is originated from Australia. Scott Dixon is one other one among Australia’s most completed racers.