Jarvis Motorsport News
16/11/2014Ford Pepsi Max Crew gained their second podium in two days with Mark Winterbottom finishing third in Race 35. In what was an up-and-down weekend for the team, Winterbottom was able to hold onto his third place start and extend his lead over Craig Lowndes, sitting second in the championship. Chaz Mostert was hurt early in the race, being forced to pit three times in order to add enough fuel to get to race end. Despite the set-back Mostert was able to make up ground and finish 17th overall. The focus for all drivers now shifts to Homebush where the team hopes to continue...
Read More >Posted on 17 November 2014 | 7:01 am
11/11/2014Ford Performance Racing is looking to regain its front-running form at sunny Phillip Island with a return to the Dunlop hard tyre. The fast-paced seaside track historically favours FPR’s cars and is a standout favourite amongst the drivers. 2012 Phillip Island winner Mark Winterbottom’s Championship campaign continues into the penultimate round where only wins can push him closer to the top of the leader-board. Chaz Mostert is also keen to climb further up in the ranks where a podium finish at the world-class circuit would likely put him in the top five after a strong run in the Enduro Cup.
Read More >Posted on 11 November 2014 | 12:10 pm
26/10/2014Ford Pepsi Max Crew’s Mark Winterbottom and Steve Owen looked to finish well inside the top 10 after the podium controversy that marred Saturday only for Frosty to be spun on the final corner of the final lap.Contact from Russell Ingall dropped him from eighth to 14th at the flag and the frustrating end to the race was compounded by his car stopping after the chequered flag.Team-mate Chaz pushed him back to the pits but only after enduring a similarly tough day as he finished 18th despite again coming from a lap down to be a contender.Braking issues hampered both...
Read More >Posted on 27 October 2014 | 6:49 am