The Battery World Aussie Racing Car Super Series heads up north for its second round at Queensland Raceway for the only event held alongside the Australian Superbike Championship this weekend.
Following a tight contest on the streets of Newcastle, a 33-car field will be led by Osborn’s Transport driver Joel Heinrich, who heads the outright standings by one-point from CoolDrive Racing’s Josh Anderson.
The battle will be renewed at Queensland Raceway, with Anderson’s CoolDrive stablemate Reece Chapman only a further point behind. A remarkable effort from Cody Brewczynski’s Shell Rimula Topgun Race Team to repair his entry for Sunday’s action in Newcastle ensures he remains in title contention.
Koan Solutions’ Anthony Di Mauro leads a close pack including MTA NSW/Valvoline driver Kody Garland, Scott Dornan for Action Line Marking and Nathan Williams, with the latter leading the Rookie Cup.
Kent Quinn will debut a new Norganic Proteins-backed Ford Mustang at Queensland Raceway as he aims to extend his title advantage in the Masters Cup from Troy Jones and Brett Osborn.
Jeff Watters will be aiming to overtake the absent Craig Thompson at Queensland Raceway in Gold Cup as Dornan and Williams do battle for the Rookie Cup honours.
New entries at Queensland Raceway include Porsche Michelin Sprint Challenge race winner Lachlan Bloxsom, who follows his father Jonathon into the category representing Team NAVY.
Another is previous series winner James Ward as he makes a return behind the wheel for the first time in a decade, replacing Scott Gore in the ASAP Marketing Ford Mustang.
The Battery World Aussie Racing Cars Series will contest four 12 lap races in support of the Australian Superbike Championship this weekend.
Friday, April 28
Saturday, April 29
Race 1 11:40am
Race 2 4:10pm
Sunday, April 30
Race 3 9:35am
Race 4 12:20pm