Toyota 86

SIEDERS RACING FIELD A TRIO OF DRIVERS IN THE TOYOTA 86 CLASS AT BATHURST

MEDIA RELEASE/Sieders Racing – Photos: supplied

Reigning 2019 Toyota 86 Series champion Aaron Borg headlines a trio of Sieders Racing entries into the sole event for 2020. Erebus Academy recruit Harry Gray joins the line up, along side Cameron Crick at the Bathurst 1000 on the 15-18th of October 2020.

This year sees a massive decrease in the presence of Sieders Racing in the Mount Panorama paddock. 2019 saw Sieders field 12 cars, and 10 cars in 2018, across the Toyota 86 and SuperUte categories. Bathurst is usually a three transporter event with dozens of crew in contrast 2020 will use only one transporter.

Strength and conditioning has been a large portion of all three drivers daily lives over the past months. Leigh from Reaction Performance working hard to ensure the boys are ready to go without any issues. 

AARON BORG, #1 MAVEN PROPERTY

“It’s great that in such a challenging year we’re able to get atleast one race in and if it’s going to be anywhere it may as well be Bathurst!”

“I’m excited to be continuing with Sieders Racing and to be able to carry the number 1 on the car at Bathurst will be pretty special.”

“We’ve been working hard both on and off the track to build on our success from last year with some continued help from Leigh at Reaction Performance and James at Driving Solutions.”

“I’m itching to get back out on track and can’t wait for Thursday morning at Bathurst!”

HARRY GRAY, #3 ACM PARTS

“I’ve only raced there once along side Jimmy Vernon in the Bathurst 6 hour in 2019 we had a great weekend running one of the fastest cars in Class D.”

“Off season training has been a big thing I’ve been focusing on a lot teaming up along side Reaction Performance, Leigh and I have been really focusing a lot on my overall strength from deadlifts, squats, etc.”

“In 2019 we missed out on the NSW Production Touring Car Championship from a mistake on the last race of the season. We’ve really trained hard and focused on fixing those little mistakes to tackle 2020.”

CAMERON CRICK, #7 Empire Turf / Luci Civil

“I’ve really kept my fitness up during this whole thing, going for 10-15km runs + some strength stuff as well.”

“I raced with Sieders Racing last year in the Utes so I’m really keen to get back together with the crew after such a long break”

“I’ve driven the mountain a few times in the 86’s, I managed to finish 2nd in one of 2018’s races there.”

“COVID has been pretty tough for everyone, but we have a few new partners behind us for the round – Empire Turf, Luci Civil, Zammit Trucking & Mii Kitchen!”

READ MORE…


SUBSCRIBE TO VELOCITY MAGAZINE 

For all our news keep your eyes peeled on the Velocity Magazine website and social media, FacebookTwitter and Instagram for our daily updates and to get the latest edition of our glossy magazine subscribe here from just $55 for 12 months subscription.

GET OUR LATEST ISSUE NUMBER 37 HERE




SHARE
RELATED POSTS
STRONG START TO TITLE DEFENCE FOR TIM BROOK
KODY GARLAND AND MTA NSW TO RACE AT THE BATHURST 1000
OLLIE SHANNON SET FOR BATHURST DEBUT WITH TEKWORKX MOTORSPORT

Leave Your Reply

*