There will be “no excuses” when TCR returns to Bathurst
Garry Rogers Motorsport Valvoline driver Aaron Cameron expects a tough tussle when the category returns to Bathurst later this year.
Fifth in the Supercheap Auto TCR Australia standings, Cameron returns to the Mountain after pushing series leader Chaz Mostert in each of the three races during the category’s maiden appearance in his GRM Peugeot 308 TCR.
Cameron has declared there will be “no excuses” for lack of results when the class returns for the TCR Bathurst 400.
“No one’s got any excuses to not do well after racing there earlier this year,” said Cameron.
“I think it will be pretty heated early on and by the end of the race it will either be settled down or be a battle to the finish
“It could go either way with the longer races, providing variables in tyre life and strategy, which I love.
“There will be plenty of action and I expect plenty of rubbing.”
The opportunity to showcase Supercheap Auto TCR Australia in front of new fans is an exciting proposition for Cameron.
“To be joining the Bathurst schedule for TCR is awesome,” he said.
“It’s no doubt the biggest event in Australia for a year and to be keeping our longer race format to go with the Bathurst endurance program is pretty exciting for us.
“It’s an opportunity for TCR to race in front of different viewers, who may not have seen us race before in cars, which are different to the usual.”