Greg Murphy (born 23 August, 1972 in Hastings, New Zealand) is a New Zealand racing driver. Murphy became involved in motor sports by the age of eight, progressing through karts to saloons and single-seaters before moving to Australia.
In 1999, he joined Wynns Racing and paired with Steven Richards to win the Bathurst 1000. In the 2001 V8 Supercar season, Murphy joined the newly-formed Kmart Racing team and had two Bathurst 1000 wins with teammate Rick Kelly, in 2003 and 2004. Murphy had two championship runner-ups while at Kmart Racing, in 2002 and 2003. In 2001 and 2004 he finished fourth in the championship.
He is one of the best known V8 Supercar drivers (car No 51 since 2001) and has won four rounds at his home circuit at Pukekohe, near Auckland (2001, 2002, 2003 and 2005). At the Mount Panorama circuit at Bathurst, Murphy has the second best record for a Kiwi with four wins, compared to Jim Richards' seven. Murphy was involved in a collision with Marcos Ambrose in the 2005 event, ending his chance of recording three successive Bathurst wins. Murphy ended his two year relationship with Supercheap Auto Racing in 2006 and is now teamed up with Jason Richards in the Tasman Motorsport Team.
|1994||Australian Drivers Championship||2nd||Ralt RT23 Holden||Greg Murphy Racing|
|1994||Australian Super Touring Championship||8th||Toyota Carina|
|1995||Australian Super Touring Championship||4th||Audi 80 Quattro||Brad Jones Racing|
|1996||Australian Super Touring Championship||3rd||Audi A4 Quattro||Brad Jones Racing|
|1996||New Zealand Mobil Sprints||1st||Holden Commodore VR||Holden Racing Team|
|1997||Australian Touring Car Championship||2nd||Holden Commodore VS||Holden Racing Team|
|1998||Australian Touring Car Championship||30th||Holden Commodore VT||Holden Racing Team|
|1999||V8Supercar Championship Series||6th||Holden Commodore VT||Gibson Motor Sport|
|2000||V8Supercar Championship Series||6th||Holden Commodore VT||Gibson Motor Sport|
|2001||V8Supercar Championship Series||4th||Holden Commodore VX||K-mart Racing|
|2002||V8Supercar Championship Series||2nd||Holden Commodore VX||K-mart Racing|
|2003||V8Supercar Championship Series||2nd|| Holden Commodore VX|
Holden Commodore VY
|2004||V8Supercar Championship Series||4th||Holden Commodore VY||K-mart Racing|
|2005||V8Supercar Championship Series||11th||Holden Commodore VZ||Supercheap Auto Racing|
|2006||V8Supercar Championship Series||24th||Holden Commodore VZ||Supercheap Auto Racing|
|2007||V8Supercar Championship Series||13th||Holden Commodore VE||Tasman Motorsport|
|2008||V8Supercar Championship Series||Holden Commodore VE||Tasman Motorsport|