Three Podiums From Four Events - Now For The Win
Scoring podiums at Abu Dhabi, Homebush and Tasmania has given Team BOC momentum for its first win according to driver Jason Bright.
After a two-day test at Winton earlier this month, Bright says the team has stepped up from being a podium hopeful to a genuine contender at every race meeting from now on.
Team-mate Jason Bargwanna, who had a win in the New Zealand V8s last weekend, used the test to learn more about the Team BOC set-up.
Practice for the Clipsal 500 in Adelaide starts on Friday at 11.10am Australian Central Standard Time.
Team BOC #08
"I still think a lot of people don't realise how competitive we're going to be this year.
"The last couple of years have been a little bit lean for me as far as results go, I know, but I'm a pretty hard judge of myself and always felt that I was driving as well as I ever had. I knew that, when we did get it right, I would be competitive again and Abu Dhabi was the proof I needed that we're going to get some pretty good results this year.
"We've been a genuine top-three or four contender since Tassie last year but our test earlier this month will take us to that next step. I think that now we're just a genuine podium contender at every race meeting and that's what you need to go well in the championship."
Team BOC #14
"Coming off the back of a win in at Taupo in the New Zealand V8s last weekend I'm feeling pretty confident!
"Brighty's had a big influence on the set-up style of the Team BOC car and I'm learning a lot about that at the moment. Obviously it's very good to have had a two-day test and I'm feeling pretty comfortable. We're expecting good results here and at AGP next week as well."
-source: brad jones racing