|Friday for the team started on the back foot when a steering rack issue relegated Le Brocq to the bottom of the time sheets for the opening practice session, before battling against some niggling issues to place 21st in final run.
Twenty minutes of qualifying ahead of the opening 57 lap on Saturday netted Le Brocq the 17th starting position.
After being forced wide at the Hay Shed early, Le Brocq’s race was further hindered when he was spun around at MG Corner.
With the race running Safety Car free, Le Brocq forged his way back through to 20th at the chequered flag.
Sunday morning qualifying netted Le Brocq the 21st place on the grid for the final 250km race.
The team made an early strategy call by bringing Le Brocq into the pits prior to the race’s only Safety Car appearance.
After making solid progress, Le Brocq had a lonely race home following the second round of pit stops, placing 18th at the finish.
After the completion of ten races, Le Brocq now sits in position 19 in the series standings.
The Supercars Championship now heads west, with the annual visit to Western Australia and Barbagallo Raceway from May 18-20.
A special thank you to all of TEKNO’s valued partners, with a special mention to Tour de Cure, our long-term charity partner, which aims to raise $7 million this year in aid of important cancer research.