The Virgin Australia Supercars Championship takes crews to Queensland Raceway this weekend in what is expected to be a tightly contested round as the fight for the championship crown heats up.
After fighting his way back into the winners circle in Townsville a fortnight ago, Red Bull Holden Racing Team’s Jamie Whincup believes his team are starting to maximise the winning potential of the all-new Holden Commodore.
In contrast to the seven-time Champion Whincup, Rookie racer James Golding will be contesting his first Ipswich SuperSprint as a fulltime Supercars driver.
Golding finished as the top rookie in Townsville last round out and despite the pressure of competing on the big stage with Wilson Security Garry Rogers Motorsport, the youngster is no stranger to the Queensland circuit.
All the action from the Ipswich SuperSprint kicks off this Friday.