Troy Williams is in the box seat to take out the B2 class win in this year’s Australian Production Car Series’ Cup.
After resolving mechanical issues from the penultimate round at Phillip Island, Williams will this weekend return to his faithful VE SSV Redline.
Williams praised the efforts of his team and fellow competitors, saying all were prepared for this weekend’s final round at Wakefield Park.
“My crew has been working double time chasing down what was a mysterious electrical issue and we were also very appreciate to have other APCS competitors offer assistance and their own Holden experiences as we tried to track down the problem,” Williams said.
“It has been a mammoth effort to get it ready… everyone on the crew and myself included has their own jobs and businesses to continue running, so I have been really proud of how we have all rallied together to get it sorted in time for the final.”
As far as securing the title, Williams says that ‘slow and steady wins the race’.
“As far as the title, I don’t want to talk about it, don’t jinx me,” Williams laughed.
“If you look at the outright results from everyone who ran at Phillip Island, you can see the proof right there that good consistent running with minimal errors produces great results. The top 10 cars were not those with the quickest one-lap pace, they were the ones who sustained their pace over the full weekend.”
The Australian Production Car Series returns to the Shannons Nationals for the final round on 18-19 November.