The final race of the Coates Hire Supercars Melbourne 400 saw Erebus Racing’s David Reynolds became the fourth different winner for the round with Red Bull Holden Racing’s Jamie Whincup securing the Larry Perkins Trophy. Kiwi Shane van Gisbergen continues to lead the overall title chase from Reynolds and Shell V-Power Ford Racing’s Scott McLaughlin.
Australian based Kiwi Jaxon Evans has avoided opening corner chaos to take victory in race four of Porsche Wilson Security Carrera Cup Australia at Albert Park along with the round win, while fellow Kiwi Tim Miles secured round victory in the TAG Heuer Pro-Am.
Scuderia Toro Rosso Formula One driver Brendon Hartley gives us his thoughts on the 2018 Australian F1 Grand Prix ….
Brendon Hartley (STR13-03, Car 28)
An impressive field of 115 cars and drivers will converge on Dunedin from April 13 to 15 for the 2018 DriveSouth / Dunedin Isuzu Otago Rally.
In stark contrast to Friday’s twilight race, the third Australian GT Championship outing was in pouring rain where Craig Baird led from start to finish.
Saturday’s race began behind a safety car and finished behind one as well.
Wet & Forget Racing have come out on top in an unbelievably tight finish to the ENEOS New Zealand Endurance Championship with drivers Simon Evans and Callum Quin.
It’s the second time Evans has won the Three Hour title and the first for Toyota 86 Championship graduate Callum Quin.