Aussie racing car talent tackles first Bathurst race

Josh Anderson, currently third in the Aussie Racing Car Championship, is racing in the Super Ute Series at Bathurst 1000 for the first time.

“I’m really excited to have a go at Bathurst. It’s one of those difficult tracks you have to respect. It’s going to be a challenge, but it’s something I’m looking forward to,” Anderson said.

Anderson will consider his maiden Bathurst outing a success if he can make a competitive appearance.

“If I can finish up the weekend having competed at this level and been competitive at this track, I will have a learnt a lot, and that would be a great outcome for me.”

Having tested the Toyota Hilux he’ll be competing in at Eastern Creek and Wakefield Park, Anderson is feeling confident.

“I’ve been enjoying the car and have taken to it quite well. My training runs to date have gone pretty nicely, so I’m hoping for a good showing on the day.”

“I’m grateful for the opportunity that arose through Sieders Racing to be able to have a crack at such an iconic track as Bathurst.”

Source: Perenso Racing Team

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