GMJ Motorsport enjoyed an encouraging weekend in Round Two of the Dunlop Series at Winton, its three drivers showing improvements across an incident-filled practice, qualifying and the two 25 lap races.
Matt Hansen (Forpark Australia/Australian Custom Moulders Commodore) and Jim Pollicina (MoComm Falcon) both recovered well from setbacks in the races, while the experienced Geoff Emery (R & J Batteries Commodore) improved his position in each race, narrowly missing a top 10 finish in the final.
In practice, all three drivers complained of a lack of grip, due to the sealant on the circuit surface disintegrating. The conditions improved for the second session, but the potential for improvement in lap times was affected by red flags.
“There was no grip in the first session, and then in the second session the car felt really good, and we put new tyres on but then the red flag came out,”...
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