Team Betta Electrical Winton preview

The team at Briggs Motorsport went back to the drawing board after the disappointing results of both Team Betta Electrical BA Falcons at Eastern Creek. Team members have spent many hours recalibrating the total suspension design and set-up in ...

The team at Briggs Motorsport went back to the drawing board after the disappointing results of both Team Betta Electrical BA Falcons at Eastern Creek.

Team members have spent many hours recalibrating the total suspension design and set-up in order to gain greater constant speed from both cars.

Radisich and Canto spent Monday testing both cars with the totally new set-up at Queensland Raceway before the cars were loaded onto the transporter bound for Winton in Victoria, for this weekends round four of the series championship.

"We are intent on getting the cars to perform significantly better, they are very strong in all other areas. We just have to find the optimum balance with the suspension and we will be up amongst the front runners, I have no doubt about that at all" said Radisich.

" We have had a very productive testing session on Monday and we are hopeful that these improvements will translate across to the Winton circuit"

"Winton is the home testing circuit to many of the Melbourne based teams and as such, those teams will have a distinct advantage over the interstate teams, however it is swings and roundabouts.

The Queensland teams will have the wood on the Southern teams, come the Queensland 300 later in the year" Radisich commented.

"We certainly won't predict a massive change to the handling of the cars, but there is an improvement and the team will now build on that by further fine tunning with each round".

"Winton is classified as the Nations action track and I'm sure we won't disappoint the fans this weekend".

500 km's around this circuit will be very demanding on both the cars and the drivers and should be close and exciting all the way to the finish line" Radisich concluded.

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