|Kicking off the weekend were three 45-minute-long practice sessions over Friday and Saturday morning, with Le Brocq registering results of 26th, 23rd and 26th.
Qualifying for Saturday’s opening race saw Le Brocq set the 15th fastest time from the 15-minute session.
The 24-lap encounter started in tough fashion for the Team TEKNO squad, with Le Brocq turned around by Anton de Pasquale at the first corner, which resulted in a post-race penalty for the Erebus Motorsport driver.
Resuming in 27th place, Le Brocq hit the pits under the lap seven safety car from 18th, with the field slowing while Garth Tander’s stranded car was retrieved from the final corner.
Taking in the restart from 18th, Le Brocq drove through to 16th, before engaging in a battle with reigning Bathurst 1000 champion David Reynolds, with Le Brocq finally getting the upper hand on the final tour to be classified 16th.
Sunday’s 20 minutes of qualifying saw Le Brocq earn the 19th starting position.
After being forced off the track on the opening lap and dropping positions, Le Brocq headed to the pits for his first compulsory service at the end of the first circuit.
Settling in 21st position after the first round of stops were completed, Le Brocq took to the pits for the second time from 15th on lap 17 of 41.
Following a battle with Tim Blanchard, Le Brocq had a lonely run to the chequered flag, where he finished 18th, setting his fastest lap of the race on the final tour.
After the first 23 races of the 2018 season, Le Brocq now sits 18th in the standings, with the championship set to continue with the first two-driver Enduro of the year, the Sandown 500, from September 14-16.