WILL OK AFTER MONSTER SHUNT IN THE WET AT THE BEND - SEE VIDEO

WILL OK AFTER MONSTER SHUNT IN THE WET AT THE BEND - SEE VIDEO

TCR Australia championship leader Will Brown has walked away without injury from a heavy shunt, during practice in wet conditions at The Bend, South Australia.

The crash between Brown and James Moffat has been caught on Brown’s in-car camera, showing how heavy the impact was between the two cars.

Check out the huge incident which brought out the red-flag during Practice 1, and hear from HMO Customer Racing's Will Brown and Garry Rogers Motorsport's James Moffat for their take on the incident and their plan to get back on track at The Bend Motorsport Park.

WONDERFUL WILL - BROWN TAKES HISTORIC TCR WIN FOR HYUNDAI

WONDERFUL WILL - BROWN TAKES HISTORIC TCR WIN FOR HYUNDAI

Will Brown has secured a deserved victory in the third race of the inaugural TCR Australia Series round at Sydney Motorsport Park.

The HMO Customer Racing young gun fought off a number of challenges to secure his second win for the day and leave the Sydney venue with the championship lead.

The race was action-packed, with a number of great passing moves and the bump and grind that fans can expect to see at every TCR Australia event.

PEEERRRFECT - WINNING WAYS IN PERTH

PEEERRRFECT - WINNING WAYS IN PERTH

Eggleston Motorsport's Will Brown recorded a maiden Dunlop Super2 Series victory in the opening race at the PIRTEK Perth SuperSprint.

Brown controlled proceedings in his Commodore at Barbagallo Wanneroo Raceway, finishing 1.0303 seconds ahead of Zane Goddard in the setting sun.

Victory for the 20-year-old, a Penrite Racing driver in the PIRTEK Enduro Cup, comes early in his third Super2 campaign.

It also ends a year-long winless run for Eggleston Motorsport, which last won at Barbagallo in 2018 with Paul Dumbrell.

ADELAIDE OPENS CHAMPIONSHIP - POINTS IN THE BAG

ADELAIDE OPENS CHAMPIONSHIP - POINTS IN THE BAG

Eggleston Motorsport driver Will Brown has taken a bag of points away from a sweltering Round 1 on the streets of Adelaide, to sit 5th in the 2019 Dunlop Super 2 Championship.

Brown made up an impressive 5 spots in the final race of the 3 race weekend, to claim 5th overall.

The on-track action resumes on May 2-4, with Round 2 of the 2019 Dunlop Super2 Series, held at the PIRTEK Perth SuperNight.

QUALIFYING - ADELAIDE

QUALIFYING - ADELAIDE

Eggleston Motorsport Titan driver Will Brown will start Race 1 of the 2019 Dunlop Super 2 Championship from Row 4 after Qualifying today at the Superloop 500 event in Adelaide.

Mason Barbera has collected his first Dunlop Super2 Series Armor All Pole Position, denying Bryce Fullwood the same honour.

Brown was the best of the Eggleston Motorsport combination of drivers all battling it out in the hot South Australian conditions.

That first race of the season, scheduled for 19 laps, will start at 1740 local time/1810 AEDT.

ON PACE IN OPENING PRACTICE

ON PACE IN OPENING PRACTICE

Eggleston Motorsport driver Will Brown has opened up his 2019 Dunlop Super 2 Championship campaign with a 5th place in practice for Round 1 on the streets of Adelaide.

Tickford Racing driver Thomas Randle turned a 1:21.4397s in the final minute of the second of two practice sessions to lead the 20-car field.

ARMOR ALL Qualifying will take place at 12:30pm local time on Friday, followed by Race 1 at 5:40pm local time.

PODIUM FOR WILL IN RACE 1 AT NEWCASTLE

PODIUM FOR WILL IN RACE 1 AT NEWCASTLE

Eggleston Motorsport Titan driver Will Brown has claimed a strong third place podium finish in Race 1 of the Dunlop Super 2 series on the streets of Newcastle.

Brown pinched a brake a lap later at Nobbys Hairpin and gave up third position to Davies, before Davies bowled a wide at the same corner three laps later.

Brown held off Garry Jacobson, who remains mathematically in the fight for the series, to finish third, with teammate Paul Dumbrell almost six seconds behind the 2016 title winner when the chequered flag came out a lap early after 19 laps.

WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN - GC RACE CALLED WITH #99 LEADING

WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN - GC RACE CALLED WITH #99 LEADING

Race 27 of the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship has been abandoned after a second red flag due to a thunderstorm which lashed the Gold Coast.

A second red flag was called on Lap 43, at 1611 local time, before Race Control declared the race abandoned at 1626.

Will’s Erebus Penrite co driver, Anton De Pasquale was one of three starting primary drivers and he inherited the lead as the field remained under Safety Car.

The first red flag was called on Lap 37 at around 1525 local time, before the five-minute signal for a recommencement was issued at 1554.

Just prior to the that recommencement at 1559, the minimum driving distance rule (34 laps, equivalent to one-third of the scheduled race distance) was waived.

The requirement for both drivers to drive nevertheless remained, presenting a problem for Car #99.