Will Brown Fights on for a Top Ten
A determined Will Brown has fought hard for a top ten at the 2023 Bathurst 1000.
Race 24 - P8
The #9 Camaro needed rapid repairs to make it back out for qualifying after locking up and going in to the barriers at Griffins Bend. More bad news followed as Will only managed P17 after his best lap was cancelled due to causing the earlier red flag.
As the race got underway, Will Brown went on the move from the beginning, gaining a whopping 12 positions before handing the car over to Jack Perkins in P5, who exited pit lane just as the first Safety Car was called on lap 27.
The second Safety Car of the race was called on lap 40, resulting in a double stack for Will. The wait for the #9 car dropped Will to P14 on the rejoin.
On lap 84, Jack handed the car back to Will in 11th place and from there Will soldiered forward to secure a top ten finish for car #9, crossing the line in P8.
This result sees Will jump back up to 3rd in the current standings as he heads to the Gold Coast 500 in just over two weeks time.