Wall Targets Next Top Ten
Wilson Security Racing’s David Wall looks to be a contender for the top ten again this weekend after finishing 12th in today’s practice sessions at Sydney Olympic Park Street Circuit.
Wall, who ran full tanks in the first sessions to prepare for the weekend’s two 250km endurance races, says the car still needs some tweaks but is confident overall.
V8 Supercars will be back on track tomorrow at 11.55 for qualifying.
Wilson Security Racing
“We ran full tanks in the very first session because we wanted to pick a few things off going into a 250-km race.
“After that we were working on the balance of the car over a lap and it came together very nicely in that last session. I didn’t quite get it together over the curbs so there’s still more time to come in the car.
“We’re always aiming for top ten now but it just depends on how quickly you get on top of things. Hopefully we’ll nail it this weekend to finish the season off on a high.”
Sydney NRMA Motoring & Services 500-V8 Supercars-Races 35&36
SYDNEY OLYMPIC PARK STREET CIRCUIT
V8 SUPERCARS - Practice Combined
01 Jamie Whincup, Red Bull Racing Australia, 1:27.7038
02 Scott McLaughlin, Fujitsu Racing GRM, +0.1107
03 Mark Winterbottom, Pepsi Max Crew FPR Ford, +0.3298
04 Shane Van Gisbergen, TEKNO Team VIP Petfoods, +0.3731
05 Jason Bright, Team BOC, +0.3803
06 Will Davison, Pepsi Max Crew FPR Ford, +0.4991
07 Craig Lowndes, Red Bull Racing Australia, +0.5295
08 David Reynolds, The Bottle-O FPR Ford, +0.6329
09 Jonathon Webb, TEKNO Team Darrell Lea, +0.6424
10 Alexandre Premat, Fujitsu Racing GRM, +0.7182
12 David Wall, Wilson Security Racing, +0.8133