James Courtney finished 11th, and Scott Pye 20th in race 16 of the 2018 Virgin Australia Supercars Championship in Darwin.
Scott Pye has come oh-so-close to another podium in 2018, finishing fourth in race one of the weekend in Darwin.
The Darwin sunshine is calling our name; after a few weekends off, it’s time to hit the track in the top end at Hidden Valley Raceway.
It’s been a whirlwind start to the year, with six rounds already in the books in the 2018 championship.
Scott Pye has capped off an ultra-consistent weekend at Winton with a sixth-place finish in race 14, while James Courtney had one of those afternoons, officially classified as 19th after a 15-second penalty.
Scott Pye has claimed his second podium of the year by finishing second in Saturday’s 120km race at the Winton SuperSprint, with both cars inside the top-10.
We’re headed up the Hume Highway for round 6 of the 2018 Virgin Australia Supercars Championship, with Winton Raceway in rural Victoria the destination.
James Courtney was pipped for a podium with two laps to go in race 12 in Perth, crossing the line in fourth, while Scott Pye recovered from being turned around on lap 1, to finish 15th.
It was a case of what may have been in race 11 of the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship at Barbagallo Raceway, with Scott Pye finishing 12th, and James Courtney 13th.
We’re headed west (3,448kms west to be exact) for the Perth SuperSprint this weekend, round five of the 2018 Virgin Australia Supercars Championship.