Team Betta Melbourne race two notes

Canto shows experience beyond his year's in race two. Dean canto drove an impressive race today, starting on the grid in eleventh position; he went on to drive a faultless race. The car performed well for me in the first half of the race but...

Canto shows experience beyond his year's in race two.

Dean canto drove an impressive race today, starting on the grid in eleventh position; he went on to drive a faultless race.

The car performed well for me in the first half of the race but the car's handling deteriorated as the second half of the race went on, said Canto.

We are still attempting to get the set-up absolutely correct he said and this weekend will help us to make sure everything is in readiness for the first points-scoring meeting in Adelaide.

This year looks set to be a great competition with 25 out of the 35 drivers involved in some sort of change of team. This can only be good for our sport said Radisich.

Radisich did well to come from the back of the field and fight his way up to be placed 16 in Race Two. The damage sustained by Radisich in Race one was only superficial. The team worked on the car overnight to have it fully repaired to take its place on the grid today. Both Dean and I are convinced the cars are a great improvement on last years Au Falcons and considering that this is their first Race meeting have shown a lot of promise. With the necessary minor suspension changes both Team Betta Electrical cars should be up amongst the leaders come the Clipsal 500 in Adelaide in 2 weeks. In saying that both Dean and I are hopeful of a better result in the Ten lap Race Three event to be conducted at 10.37am tomorrow, Sunday March 9.

I must confirm that the team has done a marvellous job since arriving here in Melbourne and are all totally dedicated to sorting out the cars handling as quickly as possible to put us up among the winners, said Radisich.

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