It’s time for week three here in Sydney, as we return to daytime running across Saturday and Sunday.
What more can you say about Chaz? Started last due to a penalty in qualifying for (damaged) body work, stayed positive, put his head down, and drove all the way third!
Bryce wheeled the Mobil 1 Middy’s Racing No. 2 inside the top 10 in Race 23, in what was a tough day for the two other cars.
It’s week two of the Sydney swing, and we are getting ready for more racing under lights, this time, across both days!
For Chaz, most of the race was spent tucked under the rear wing of Jamie Whincup, just lacking that last bit of speed needed to clear him, and as a consequence, hurt the tyre.
After two practice sessions on Friday, one of those under lights, both cars headed straight into qualifying on Saturday afternoon.
After a few months at home, engines are firing back up as we start the run home of the 2021 Supercars Championship, starting with a big weekend at Sydney Motorsport Park.
Walkinshaw Andretti United is delighted to announce that Nick Percat will join the Team as driver of Car No. 2 for the 2022 Supercars Championship and beyond.
Walkinshaw Andretti United has announced that the Team and Bryce Fullwood will part ways at the conclusion of the 2021 Supercars Championship.
Kurt Kostecki’s Car No. 27 will support an updated livery on his wildcard entry at the Sydney SuperNight, with SP Tools taking a major branding position down both sides of the car.