March 24, 2018
Sunday, 25 March marks Round 2 of the APRA Series for Pulsar race cars – the first point-scoring round of the series after the scheduled opening round was completely washed out.
The weather forecast indicates there might be some precipitation for Round 2 as well, but that won’t worry RaceAway Track Time’s main contender, Josh Heath, who was a dominant race winner in slippery conditions in the enduro round at the end of last year.
Heath will use the event as a warm-up before competing in the Bathurst 6 Hour in one of RaceAway Track Time’s two Toytoa 86s next weekend.
As has become the norm, the RaceAway crew will also oversee operations for a plethora of other Pulsars.
Following a very solid debut performance in the TA2 category at Winton, driver from Young (as opposed to Young driver) Mark Crutcher returns to the Pulsar Series, while Dion Pangalos will be behind the wheel of his #27 car, with signwriting guru Shane Fowler in car #31.
Adam Leacy is the epitome of a driver who has come through the RaceAway ranks, starting at track day events and progressing to the Cheap Car Challenge. After a solid performance in one of RaceAway Track Time’s lease Pulsars at the Sydney Motorsport Park NSW Production Touring Car round last weekend, Leacy is all set for his APRA debut.
Also under the RaceAway Track Time umbrella is former kart racer Tim Colombrita, who put in a very solid performance in his Pulsar debut in the non-championship, make-up round earlier in the month.
Colombrita is following in the footsteps of other kart racers who have progressed to the Pulsar Series as an affordable entry into circuit racing and we look forward to continuing to work with him throughout the season.