Supabarn Motorsports Set To Fight Their Way into the Top Ten This weekend sees the third round of the Australian Carrera Cup Championship fought out around the Wakefield Park circuit, and Supabarn Motorsports are looking forward to fighting...
Supabarn Motorsports Set To Fight Their Way into the Top Ten
This weekend sees the third round of the Australian Carrera Cup Championship fought out around the Wakefield Park circuit, and Supabarn Motorsports are looking forward to fighting for positions in the top ten.
Brothers James and Theo Koundouris are focused on repeating their impressive performance in the opening round of the Carrera Cup Championship after a frustrating round at the ING Australian Grand Prix.
Wakefield Park will see the series make a return to a permanent race circuit after the challenges of competing on the temporary Adelaide and Melbourne street circuits. The Wakefield Park circuit is a tighter and shorter circuit, and both James and Theo are expecting the racing to be incredible close and hard fought.
The circuit is located near Goulburn and is just an hours drive from the team's home town of Canberra, providing the Koundouris brothers with an added incentive to perform well this weekend.
The team is looking forward to receiving local support and encourages everyone to head out to the track to watch the frantic and exciting racing Australia's premier one make category offers.
The Supabarn Motorsports team tested on the Wakefield Park circuit on Wednesday and are very happy with how the car ran;
James Koundouris said, "We completed half a day's test, running on old tyres and were very happy with the times we were able to set. We worked on setting the car up for the weekend and are ready to get out on the track on Friday. The car feels perfect and I am confident we will be running in the top ten this weekend."
The team's Porsche 911 GT3 Cup cars are prepared and run by Michael Newton Racing and the team receives support from Supabarn Supermarkets and Dare Flavoured Milk.