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Double podium for Will, BFeen P7 in Perth finale

Sunday Results

Will Brown – Car #87 
Practice 3 – Third (0:55.0792)
Qualifying, Race 10 – Third (0:54.5968)
Race 10 – Third
Drivers’ Championship Standings – First (1081 points)

“Qualifying went really well for us. I was hoping to get on the front row but Chaz (Mostert) just pipped us at the end there which was disappointing. Starting third, I didn’t get a very good start which is something we’re going to have to look at after this weekend because I struggled with them all weekend. My tyres started to get a bit hot and we dropped off a bit and I struggled to get close to (Thomas) Randle. We decided to do four tyres in the pits and the boys did a mega stop to get us back out there and only lose one spot. After that, I was able to drive up and get Randle and had a pretty good exchange with him. I’m a bit disappointed that he ran off – I thought it was touch-and-go with who was at fault, but it is what it is. Overall, I think we consolidated very well with our points because I don’t think we had the fastest car this weekend, so we have to look at the drawing board but nonetheless, a good points haul.”

Broc Feeney – Car #88
Practice 3 – Sixth (0:55.1286)
Qualifying, Race 10 – 12th (0:54.8120)
Race 10 – Seventh
Drivers’ Championship Standings – Second (945 points)

Teams’ Championship Standings – First (1996 points)

“I had a pretty tough qualifying today. I missed out on Q3 which was really disappointing and we just seemed a bit off this morning. We need to have a look into it because it’s very hard in these short races to move forward a long way. For the race, disregarding the position we finished in, it was quite enjoyable. The first 10 laps were pretty fun because I think I passed four-or-so cars which was pretty cool. The guys were respectful to race which made it really fun. To change four tyres then come back through the pack was good and our car felt a lot better today – I felt like I had the pace to be a bit further up the field. To be honest, I’m pretty disappointed to walk away with a fifth and seventh for the weekend, but I think we maximised where we could, and limited the damage that was done.”