WILSON CONFIDENT OF A GOOD PERFORMANCE Wow Racings Max Wilson driving car ...
WILSON CONFIDENT OF A GOOD PERFORMANCE
Wow Racings Max Wilson driving car #45, battled with car set-up here today, during this mornings two-hour practice session.
"It was difficult said Wilson, there are parts of the circuit that suit a harder set-up and there are other areas where the car performs better with a slightly softer one".
'"The boys in the team have been very accommodating and patient during the session, and I think we have struck on a happy medium for tomorrow's two races".
"The car is certainly competitive, and I will be giving it my best shot tomorrow, I think we showed a lot of people what the team is made of during the last round over at Barbagallo, and I aim to continue the push to the front runners at every opportunity". - Wilson commented.
"Sure we could have been a little higher on the grid for tomorrow start, but I'm happy with 13th at this early stage in the new teams career, we will continue to fine tune the car and maybe a pole position is not too far away".
"It's great to have our new team sponsors Wow Sight & Sound, LG Electronics BP Australia on board, as this added support funding will get the team to a more competitive stage a lot quicker" - concluded Wilson.
TEAM SUPPORT FOR SCHAPELLE CORBY
Team owner Tony Longhurst feels very strongly about the treatment of Schapelle Corby languishing in a Bali prison cell, and has taken the positive step of displaying a banner of support for Schapelle and her family across the windscreen of the team's car #45 for tomorrow's two race events.
"I feel it is the least I can do, I think the majority of Australians feel for her and her family and anything we can do to rally support must help to get her back home".
"I had intended taking my family to Bali again within weeks for our annual holiday on the island, I have just today cancelled our booking and never plan to return" - commented Longhurst.