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MW MOTORSPORT CONTINUES STRONG SUPER2 FORM IN PERTH

PRESS RELEASE/MW Motorsport – Photo: Velocity Magazine (Darin Mandy)

MW Motorsport has continued its strong start to the Dunlop Super2 Series, picking up pole positions, new lap records and continuing to lead the championship.

Bryce Fullwood qualified in third place for both races, and after two exciting races, finished fourth and second to extend his title leading advantage after two rounds.

Zane Goddard was the one-lap specialist, taking his first Super2 career pole and backing it up with another for Saturday’s second race. 

In the races, Goddard finished second behind Will Brown in Race 1 before making a meal of his Race 2 start. He would eventually finish ninth in the race and fifth overall for the round.

Youngster Tyler Everingham improved as the weekend rolled on. He qualified 16th in the first race, finishing 15th. His speed was improved in Race 2, qualifying eighth, but he didn’t make a great start, eventually salvaging 12th place – his best finish to date in his rookie season. 

The next round of the Dunlop Super2 Series heads to the Townsville street circuit, supporting the Supercars Championship on July 5-7.

Bryce Fullwood
#16 MW Motorsport driver

“It was a little bit of a tough weekend for us and I didn’t feel super strong, but to come away with an overall podium is a solid result,” said Bryce Fullwood

“We thought the race car might have been evenn stronger than our qualifying car. I could only manage to qualify third in both races, but it was good to race well.

“I think I had enough speed on (Race 2 winner) Ash Walsh, but with the high grip on the new track surface and the braking zones so short, it’s so hard to pass under brakes and make a lunge.

“I’m really happy with the weekend. It could have been a lot worse but stoked to continue to lead the championship and looking forward to Townsville.”

Zane Goddard
#28 MW Motorsport driver

“Mixed emotions for me in Perth. Obviously some big highlights, and there’s some positives to take away from it,” said Zane Goddard.

“Two poles and finishing second in Friday’s race was fantastic. Unfortunately, I didn’t make the best of starts in the last race and finished down in ninth. I wasn’t quite on the bite point and it burst into wheel spin. Once it gets there, it’s hard to recover.

“We have the speed to be up the front. Unfortunately, I made a few too many mistakes.

“But to finish fifth for the round, continue in second in the championship is positive. It could be a lot worse, so I’m feeling confident for the next event.”

Tyler Everingham
#27 MW Motorsport driver

“Overall, it was a good weekend for me,” said Tyler Everingham.

“I had strong pace in practice, but I warped a disk in qualifying. It’s all a learning experience for me. 

“I was only three tenths off pole for qualifying in Race 2. I didn’t get the best start so I lost a few positions, but overall, it was a good finish to the weekend and can’t wait to get up to Townsville.”


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