Dick Johnson says that his team is now back in control of its own destiny following the purchase of a second Racing Entitlements Contract.
DJR found itself with just a single REC following its break-up with former co-owner Charlie Schwerkolt and has been operating a second car via Dean Fiore's license this season.
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Morris' REC had been placed at Tekno for two seasons following the end of his own team.
A DJR statement announcing the deal credited Crimsafe managing director Brabeck as having “spearheaded” the purchase.
Business strategist Dr Ryan Story was also acknowledged as having helped shape DJR's rebirth following a shaky start to the 2013 season.
“From the end of the 2010 season I was aiming to regain control of our own destiny,” said Johnson.
“Steve and Ryan have been instrumental in the business going from strength to strength particularly this year and I am very grateful that Steve has been able to broker the deal with Paul Morris.
“This is another key step to delivering the success I know this team is capable of.”
“It is a great move for us,” added Brabeck.
“I have the absolute interests of DJR at heart and by focussing on this strategy, we really move into 2014 in a strong and viable manner.
“We are indeed very grateful to Paul who ensured that the transaction was smooth and met V8 Supercars criteria.”
DJR is yet to confirm drivers or a major sponsor for next season.
DJR's technical partnership with the factory team will however continue, while its own operations are now being spearheaded by former FPR technical director Campbell Little.