It’s full speed ahead for Jordyn Charge’s 2018-19 season, with the 410 Sprintcar racer focused on chasing consistency as he commences what will be his fourth season with the class.
Planning to contest approximately 20 race meetings throughout the season, which will include participating in as many Eureka Garages & Sheds Series rounds as possible, along with multiple blue-ribbon events such as the Grand Annual Classic at Warrnambool’s Premier Speedway and selected 360 Sprintcar outings, the 18-year-old is striving for improvement after what was a mixed 2017-18 season.
Having placed just outside of the top 10 in last season’s overall Eureka Garages & Sheds Series point standings in 12th, the Vic # 60 Western Nissan – Caroline Springs supported Maxim pilot knows that in order to finish top 10 or higher in this season’s standings he will need to be able to consistently deliver top-10 feature race finishes in each of his contested rounds, which is a fact he plans on achieving.
“It’s going to be important for us to improve our consistency throughout the whole night to qualify better in order to regularly crack the top-10 finishes in feature races,” commented the Melton, Vic-based resident, who will have the support at the track of long-time mentor Matthew Reed throughout the season.
“Our team endured an up-and-down run last season despite showing good speed at various race meetings, but we’re confident in our ability to enjoy a strong 2018-19 season, continuing to learn more as we attempt to move further up the field on a regular basis.”
The 2018-19 season for Charge will get underway in NSW this Saturday night at Sydney’s Valvoline Raceway with the opening Ultimate Sprintcar Championship NSW round, which will be run in conjunction with the Lord Mayor’s Gold Cup. This will be the first time Charge has raced at Valvoline Raceway since making his debut at the track three seasons ago at the age of 16.
In addition to his 410 Sprintcar schedule, Charge’s selected 360 Sprintcar shows will include the Victorian Title, which Charge will be hoping to reclaim after his victory in the 2016-17 season running of the event.
Having parted ways with former sponsor Robin Dawkins from Kart Magic / Tamar Cars for the 2018-19 season, Charge would like to thank him for his contribution to the team and for his support.
Charge would like to thank his 2018-19 season sponsors: Western Nissan – Caroline Springs, Mr Electric, Wil’s Auto Melton, Sunbury Powder Coating, Velocita Premium Motorsports Apparel, Feedrite, Melbourne Accident Repair Centre, Australian Racing Products, Adam Brand, Reed Signs, and Event Pix Photobooth.
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