Phil Brock joins bumper APC field for QR

Daniel Herrero

Tuesday 24th July, 2018 - 1:36pm

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The Australian Production Cars field at Queensland Raceway last year pic: Richard Johnston/APC

Phil Brock is set to be part of a 37-car field for this weekend’s round of Jacuzzi Spas Australian Production Cars at Queensland Raceway, which features the ‘Fight in the Night’.

The field is believed by organisers to be the largest in national production car competition to run at the Ipswich circuit, and comes off the back of a grid which exceeded 40 cars when New South Wales state competitors ran with their national counterparts in the opening round at Sandown.

“I haven’t seen an entry list like this for national production car racing at Queensland Raceway in more than 10 years, possibly ever,” said APC Category Manager Iain Sherrin.

“Having such a strong entry list for this weekend’s Round 2 of our 2018 season is a testament to the health and vitality of this exciting category which is growing from strength to strength while enjoying increasing competitor and sponsor support.

“With our season opener at Sandown selling out before the early-bird entries had even closed and now this record-breaking QR field, the future for this series is certainly looking bright.”

Phil Brock has been entered alongside Brock Mitchell in an Invitational class Ford Falcon AU saloon car.

This weekend also marks the return of Aaron Seton to the series, while Grant Denyer and Tony D’Alberto continue together in a Lotus Exige and James Brock again teams up with Elliot Barbour in a factory-supported MG6.

Beric Lynton leads the series after sweeping the four races at Sandown in his BMW M3.

Round 2 of APC headlines the Shannons Nationals card this weekend (July 27-29) and features the Fight in the Night on Saturday.

Also on the program are Porsche Michelin GT3 Cup Challenge, Australian Prototype Series presented by Hot Wheels, the National Sports Sedan Series, and Hyundai X3 Series Queensland.

Entry list: Round 2, Queensland Raceway

Num Class Team/Sponsor Drivers Car
1 A1 Sherrin Rentals Grant Sherrin
Iain Sherrin
BMW M4
4 A1 Property Investment Store Anthony Soole
Andrew Fisher
BMW 1M
5 A1 MARC Cars Brad Woods
Jake Camilleri
BMW 1M
7 A1 MoComm Motorsports Communications Jim Pollicina
Ryan Simpson
Lotus Exige 350 Sport
10 A1 Simply Sports Cars Grant Denyer
Tony D’Alberto
Lotus Exige 350 Sport
20 A1 Stokes Skis Australia Jason Miller
Aaron Tebbs
Mitsubishi EVO 9
23 A1 Bruce Lynton Body Shop Beric Lynton
Tim Leahey
BMW M3
38 A1 Fierce Racing Thomas Muller
Shane Smollen
BMW 1M
54 A1 Simply Sports Cars Kyle Alford
Anthony Alford
Lotus Exige 350
66 A1 FullGas Racing / Nova Employment Dimitri Agathos
Matthew Boylan
Subaru WRX STi
44 A2 Nolan Finishes Daniel Clift
Ashley Heffernan
Holden Commodore
64 A2 Jack Motorsport Chris Lillis
Nathan Callaghan
Holden HSV VE GTS
90 A2 Boss Surveillance Justin Anthony
Karl Begg
Mercedes C63
8 B1 SubaruDoctor.com Bradley Carr
Ashley Jarvis
Subaru WRX STi
21 B1 Aussie Wide Builders George Karadimas
Geoff Russell
Ford Falcon
29 B1 Ferice Racing Scott Turner
Rob Rubis
BMW 135i
50 B1 MWM Racing James Keene
Dominic Martens
Volkswagen Golf R Gti
111 B1 FEDC Contracting Michael Benton
Aaron Seton
Ford Falcon GT
30 B2 ADPV Workplace Drone Solutions Jason Simes
Ben Walsh
BMW M3 E36
13 C Osborne Motorsport Colin Osborne
Geoff Full
Renault Megane RS265 Trophy R
17 C Aubin Brothers Racing Kyle Aubin
Blake Aubin
Renault Megane RS265 Trophy R
31 C Osborne Motorsport Calum Jones
TBC
Renault Megane RS265 Trophy R
42 C Naylor Racing Mitchell Naylor
Leigh Naylor
Mazda 3MPS
51 D MWM Racing Richard Luff
Matt Thewlis
Mini JCW
84 D Disc Brakes Australia Ellexandra Best
Jason Walsh
KIA Proceed GT
128 D Forsyth Electrical Racing Bruce Forsyth
Gerry Murphy
Subaru BRZ
231 D Traffic Control Innovations Lea Medhurst
Chris Manley
Toyota 86
886 D Oracle Motor Sport Michael James
Troy Rolley
Toyota 86 – GT
12 E Griffith Corporation Amy Griffith
Mark Griffith
Toyota Echo
24 E MG Motorsport James Brock
Elliot Barbour
MG MG6
69 E ASAP Marketing Scott Gore
Ryan Epa
Suzuki Swift Sport
86 E Double J Auto Cem Yucel
Iain Salteri
Nissan Pulsar
59 I Sheds & Homes Jamie Furness
Bradley Wickham
Ford Falcon AU
78 I Carter Automotive John Carter
Scott Andriske
Ford Falcon AU
96 I Concept Tiles Racing Brock Mitchell
Phil Brock
Ford Falcon AU
97 I Concept Tiles Racing Jim Manteufel
Scott Cameron
TBC
Holden Commodore VT
67 I Scott’s Rods Performance Exhausts Lindsay Kearns
Scott Green
Ford Falcon AU

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