Former Olympian John Steffensen is just one of the drivers returning to the Battery World Aussie Racing Cars Super Series at Hidden Valley Raceway as the title fight is sure to heat up this weekend.
Steffensen returns to the Battery World Aussie Racing Cars Super Series for the first time since last year’s LIQUI MOLY Bathurst 12 Hour where he was a consistent top 10 finisher. He will re-join Western Sydney Motorsport for Darwin, a relationship which has extended to Steffensen contesting the Haltech V8 SuperUtes Series this year.
Further inclusions are Shell Rimula Topgun Race Team’s Cody Brewczynski after missing Tasmania and a previous category race winner Adam Uebergang.
Brewczynski will be one to watch this weekend as prior to missing the last round in Tasmania he continued his running pace displayed during hismaiden season last year when he scored three race wins and a pole position. Badluck has played a part in 2023, but Brewczynski will be a factor in the top end.
As for Uebergang, he is a former Battery World Aussie Racing Cars Super Series runner up and multiple race winner from the last decade as he prepares to make his first start since 2019 in the category.
These returns only spice up an interesting title fight as Osborn’s Transport driver Joel Heinrich holds an eight-point advantage from Reece Chapman in the lead Team CoolDrive entry for Motorsport 25, while stablemate Josh Anderson is a further four behind in his Perenso Racing Mustang.
A strong field behind is also hoping to cause an upset including impressive rookie Brandon Madden, Anthony Di Mauro, Nathan Williams and leading Masters Cup contender Kent Quinn.
The Battery World Aussie Racing Cars Super Series will contest four races this weekend as support to the Darwin Triple Crown.
Schedule – Times AEST
Friday, June 16
Practice 1 10:05am
Saturday, June 17
Race 1 9:55am
Race 2 11:25am
Race 3 2:10pm
Sunday, June 18
Race 4 11:30am