11 April 2019 | General


Both commence this weekend at the WD-40 Phillip Island SuperSprint in Victoria.

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This weekends race schedule see three back to back sessions including Qualifying and races 1 and 2.

“Its going to be a very busy weekend I know the challenges that lie ahead but I feel like we need to be there for the first round of both series if were going to achieve a result for all our corporate partners she explained.

“The driving style and requirements are similar for both cars Yes the Super3 car is a lot faster but after completing my first test day today in the Super3 car I feel confident that what I have learnt racing in the Toyota 86 Racing Series will transition into the Supercar.

Being recently awarded a scholarship for the Paul Morris Racing Academy Duggan says she is taking the opportunity with both hands and is appreciative of the three times Bathurst winners support and knowledge.

“Access to Pauls experience and knowledge has fast tracked my progress on my first super3 test day hes been amazing to talk with and I feel a lot more confident in my approach to the weekend.