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Official Supercars testing begins

Yesterday provided the first official opportunity for Queensland based Supercars teams to test.

Triple Eight Race Engineering, Dick Johnson Racing and Matt Stone Racing completed vital pre-season testing at Queensland Raceway ahead of the opening round of the Repco Supercars Championship, the Beaurepaires Supercars SuperNight on March 4-6.

Under a new owner and structure, PremiAir Racing was absent, but will test along local Super2 teams next week.

The test provided rookie Broc Feeney the first opportunity to race in his new Red Bull Ampol Racing colours featuring the #88 made famous by the team’s new Managing Director and Team Principal Roland Dane.

Teammate and reigning Repco Supercars champion Shane van Gisbergen made his return to the Holden ZB Commodore after completing Gen3 testing in the Chevrolet Camaro prototype.

Anton De Pasquale and Will Davison completed running in their DJR Ford Mustangs in what is one of the more stable team structures on the Repco Supercars grid, featuring a largely unchanged operation.

After releasing its livery and revealing a new title sponsor in Truck Assist, Matt Stone Racing’s new driver line-up was provided their first opportunity to drive the team’s Holden ZB Commodores.

Returnee Todd Hazelwood and newcomer Jack Le Brocq enjoyed a solid day behind the wheel.

Victorian Repco Supercars Championship teams test next Tuesday at Winton Motor Raceway.


Walkinshaw Andretti United’s Nick Percat revealed his comeback livery to the team, featuring major support from NTI.

Percat last raced for the team in 2014 in its fourth entry and re-joins after a fairly successful five year stint at Brad Jones Racing where he scored two wins and eight podiums.