|The team’s race however unravelled on the opening lap, when Le Brocq was spun off track at turn four amongst the mid-pack melee, recovering without any lasting damage.
The team adjusted to a long opening stint, which saw Le Brocq pit from the lead on lap 29 of 40.
A late race safety car intervention bunched the field, with Le Brocq gaining two further positions in the run to the chequered flag, eventually being classified 15th.
Sunday morning’s 20-minute final qualifying saw Le Brocq set the 16th best time.
At the end of the opening tour of the 67-lap finale, Le Brocq was pushed wide at the penultimate turn, which saw the number 19 machine enter the pits for its first compulsory stop.
Upon resumption, Le Brocq got the upper hand in a battle with James Courtney, before engaging in a race-long train the Erebus Motorsport Commodores.
Le Brocq was classified 17th in the final run down.
Following 14 races, Le Brocq now sits in position 18 in the season standings, with the next round of the Championship set for Darwin’s Hidden Valley Raceway from Jun 15-17.
Thank you to TEKNO’s valued partners, with a special mention to SS Signs and Vehicle Wraps for joining us once again at Winton.