INGALL SHOOTING FOR THE PODIUM IN QUEENSLAND Enforcer Range of Merchandise Available Now Queensland's Russell Ingall is hoping a combination of his recent good form and a home-track advantage at this weekend's City of Ipswich 400...
INGALL SHOOTING FOR THE PODIUM IN QUEENSLAND
Enforcer Range of Merchandise Available Now
Queensland's Russell Ingall is hoping a combination of his recent good form and a home-track advantage at this weekend's City of Ipswich 400 at Queensland Raceway, round seven of the V8 Supercar Championship, will see him move into the top ten in the championship chase.
With two consecutive top five finishes at the Sandown and Hidden Valley rounds, the Enforcer is currently 12th in the standings on 797 points after six rounds aboard his #39 Supercheap Auto Commodore.
The 2005 V8 Supercar Champion had a successful trip to the corresponding Queensland round last year, finishing seventh overall. He is also a former winner of the event, taking victory at the 3.1km circuit in 2003.
Despite his extensive knowledge of the Ipswich facility gained after six years of testing there, Ingall is more than aware that if he achieves the podium this weekend, it will be because all of the necessary elements for a race win came together after months of hard work by the team at Supercheap Auto Racing in what is an extremely competitive V8 Supercar field.
In other Russell Ingall news, the new range of Russell Ingall Enforcer merchandise is now available online. Fans should visit www.russellingall.com.au to view and order all of their Enforcer gear needs.
Fans attending this weekend's round at Ipswich's Queensland Raceway can get a head-start by purchasing their Enforcer merchandise at the track.
WHAT HE HAS TO SAY...
"This weekend is probably going to be our best chance of finishing of the podium so far this year given that it is our home track," said Ingall.
"After a couple of top five results there is no reason why we can't find our way on the podium, we just need to put our heads down and not make any mistakes over the weekend.
"Following a bit of an, as expected, slow start to the year we've got a lot of things together over the past few rounds and I'm now sniffing around to be inside the top ten in the championship.
"Our aim is to be amongst the top five by the end of the year and if we can continue our movement forward there is no reason why this goal isn't achievable."