While not clear if he has formally tendered his resignation as the Head of Motorsport yet, sources have indicated that Burgess is expected to depart the role in the new year.
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Burgess has held the HoM role since late 2018 taking over from David Stuart.
It has at times been a strained relationship between Burgess and the teams, particularly with some of the issues that have faced the Gen3 platform.
Parity has been a major talking point since the introduction of the new regulations while cost containment, the fragility of the cars and issues such as the engine fires at Albert Park.
While not linked to this impending exit from Supercars, Burgess made mainstream media headlines recently when he was convicted of drink driving on the Gold Coast.