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Brown podiums, Feeney P5 in Perth opener

Saturday Results

Will Brown – Car #87 
Practice 2 – First (0:54.9036)
Qualifying, Race 9 – Fourth (0:54.7452)
Race 9 – Second
Drivers’ Championship Standings – First (952 points)

“We had a good qualifying today and managed to qualify P4 on the second row. I felt like I didn’t get a good lap in Q3 which was disappointing because it felt like we could’ve been on the front row, but Chaz (Mostert) was very fast. I didn’t get the best start in the race due to a bit of wheel spin, and Cam (Waters) got in front of me and Broc (Feeney) also almost got past me. We couldn’t pass the guys in front so I came in for my pit stop and changed four tyres and was able to jump Cam in the pits and chase Woody (Ryan Wood) down. I had an awesome battle with him and he did a great job of playing the team card and making sure I used my tyres by making it hard to catch Chaz. After getting past Woody, I cooked my tyres a bit and I didn’t have anything for Chaz at the end. The Walkinshaw cars are very fast, so we have to look at ours tonight and hopefully try to win a race tomorrow.”

Broc Feeney – Car #88
Practice 2 – 19th (0:55.2969)
Qualifying, Race 9 – Fifth (0:54.7951)
Race 9 – Fifth
Drivers’ Championship Standings – Second (849 points)

Teams’ Championship Standings – First (1771 points)

“We had a pretty good rebound in qualifying because we struggled a fair bit in practice this morning. I thought we peaked a little early being fastest in Q2, but to be back in the mix is good and I felt pretty competitive again. In the race, I felt pretty slow to be honest. I thought I was trying to save tyres at the start but I just couldn’t go with the guys ahead of me and I really struggled. We’ll have a good look at the data tonight because we can’t be finishing 5-10 seconds behind the guys in front of us. We’ll be right though; I’ll work with the team overnight and make some improvements for tomorrow.”