BRUT MILITARY GRADE

After joining Brad Jones Racing for five rounds of the Supercars All Stars Eseries, Brut Military Grade take naming rights on the #14 Commodore when Todd returns to the grid after the three month break.

 

The striking camouflage design seen in virtual form has now been turned into a real life livery that represents the brand’s heavy duty, high powered, promise and we can’t wait to see this beauty on track!

 

This weekend will see a three stage quali knockout session where the final stage sees 15 fight it out in a shootout (TFSO) to determine the Race 7 grid. New formats, less time between races and different pit stops are something drivers and teams will be adapting to. With three sprint races it's going to be action-packed!

 

Stay tuned to the Brad Jones Racing Facebook and Instagram pages across the event for the latest updates on Todd in the Brut Military Grade Commodore. Broadcast of the race will be LIVE on FOX Sports and Channel Ten across the weekend. Your local TV times and coverage information can be found here - https://www.supercars.com/tv-schedule/

 

TRACK TIMES 

SATURDAY 27TH JUNE

10:20-10:40 – Rookie Drivers Only

11:00-11:30 – Practice 1

12:00-12:30 – Practice 2

13:15-13:25 – Qualifying Part 1 – Race 7

13:30-13:40 - Qualifying Part 2 – Race 7

13:50-14:30 - Qualifying TFSO – Race 7

15:30 – Race 7 / 33 Laps

SUNDAY 28TH JUNE

10:35-10:50 – Qualifying – Race 8 

10:55-11:10 – Qualifying – Race 9 

12:15 – Race 8 / 33 Laps

14:20 – Race 9 / 33 Laps

 

FAST FACTS 

  • Qualifying Lap Record – 1m27.9494s Scott McLaughlin, DJR Team Penske, 2018, Ford Falcon FG
  • Race Lap Record – 1m29.8424s Jamie Whincup, Red Bull HRT, 2018, Commodore ZB
  • It has been 125 days between championship races from Adelaide to Sydney MotorSport Park
  • The last four SMSP races have been won by cars that started on the second row of the grid
  • Rain and terrible weather conditions forced officials to red-flag races twice at SMP – the first on the Sunday at 2003 Grand Finale and the second at the April 300-kilometre race in 2004

DUNLOP SUPER DEALER RACING

The striking Dunlop Super Dealer Racing Supercar will return to the real-life grid when Supercars resume this weekend for the Sydney Motorsport Park SuperSprint after the longest ever break – 125 days.

Nick debuted at SMSP back in 2014 and since then has 11 race starts under his belt. This weekend sparks a monumental round for Nick as he heads into his 200th VASC race on Sunday for Race 8. Working mentally and ramping up his physical activities during the break, Nick is eager to start the season off strong at Sydney.

Stay tuned to the Brad Jones Racing Facebook and Instagram pages across the event for the latest updates on Nick in the Dunlop Super Dealer Racing Supercar. Broadcast of the race will be LIVE on FOX Sports 506. Your local TV times and coverage information can be found here - https://www.supercars.com/tv-schedule/

 

TRACK TIMES 

SATURDAY 27TH JUNE

10:20-10:40 – Rookie Drivers Only

11:00-11:30 – Practice 1

12:00-12:30 – Practice 2

13:15-13:25 – Qualifying Part 1 – Race 7

13:30-13:40 - Qualifying Part 2 – Race 7

13:50-14:30 - Qualifying TFSO – Race 7

15:30 – Race 7 / 32 Laps

SUNDAY 28TH JUNE

10:35-10:50 – Qualifying – Race 8 

10:55-11:10 – Qualifying – Race 9 

12:15 – Race 8 / 32 Laps

14:20 – Race 9 / 32 Laps

 

FAST FACTS 

  • Qualifying Lap Record – 1m27.9494s Scott McLaughlin, DJR Team Penske, 2018, Ford Falcon FG
  • Race Lap Record – 1m29.8424s Jamie Whincup, Red Bull HRT, 2018, Commodore ZB
  • Race eight on Sunday at SMSP will be Nick Percat’s 200th VASC race
  • Three races have been red-flagged in ATCC/VASC history at SMSP/ Eastern Creek
  • The last 3 SMSP races have all featured one Safety Car period – both races in 2017 and the SuperNight 300 in 2018