Field of 14 set for V8 Utes Winton round

Daniel Herrero

Wednesday 17th May, 2017 - 1:51pm


Kim Jane in action at Winton last year

A slightly expanded field of 14 V8 Utes will take to Winton Motor Raceway for the opening points round of the series this weekend.

The Commodore v Falcon formula was given a reprieve after the introduction of the SuperUtes platform was pushed back to 2018 due to development delays.

Winton was originally set to serve as the curtain call for V8 Utes but will now mark Round 1 of the final, six-round series.

There will be a net increase of three entries from the 11 which contested a non-points round at Phillip Island in April, where Ryal Harris won all three races.

Peter Burnitt returns after a partial campaign in 2016, during which he was penalised for triggering a seven-car pile-up on the Gold Coast.

Sieders Racing Team Toyota 86 regular Cameron Crick will make his V8 Utes debut with the team, while Maxim Erickson, Christopher Formosa, and New Zealand V8 Utes driver Matt Spratt are the other additions.

Peter Ward and Nandi Kiss will be absentees after racing at Phillip Island.

The Winton Super Sprint will be held this weekend, May 19-21.

Entry list: Round 1: Winton Motor Raceway

Car # Driver Make
2 Richard Mork Holden
4 Peter Burnitt Ford
7 Cameron Crick Holden
10 Michael Sieders Holden
12 Kevin Stoopman Ford
17 Mason Barbera Ford
27 Kim Jane Holden
44 Matt Spratt Holden
46 Tony Auddino Ford
49 Christopher Formosa Holden
51 Maxim Erickson Ford
58 Ryal Harris Ford
68 Blake Sciberras Ford
71 Marcus Zukanovic Ford comment policy

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