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JK VERNAY WITHDRAWN FROM TCR DUE TO ILLNESS

PRESS RELEASE/TCR Australia – Photo: Velocity Magazine (Darin Mandy)

Audi guest international driver Jean-Karl Vernay has withdrawn from today’s two carsales TCR Australia Series races after falling ill.

Vernay started the weekend with a perfect score card, claiming pole position and taking the Race 1 win ahead of Dylan O’Keeffe and Russell Ingall.

The WTCR driver came to the Queensland Raceway circuit this morning but after feeling unwell,  sort medical advise and will sit out of the day’s on-track action.

The Melbourne Performance Centre team has elected to keep the car on the circuit, allowing Aaron Seton the opportunity to make his TCR Australia debut.

Seton, a third-generation racer and the son of two-time Australian Touring Car champion Glenn Seton, will start from the rear of the grid in Race 2.


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