McLaughlin pins hopes on a new car
Following a disappointing start to the the summer season, Scott McLaughlin will debut a fresh Garry Rogers Motorsport Volvo S60 in Perth.
The Kiwi star-in-the-making now sits 13th in the tournament, having been seventh after two rounds in 2014.
He is currently pinning his hopes of a turn around in fortune on a brand-new chassis, that has been shook down at Winton in Victoria lately, and will soon prepare yourself for another round of the tournament in Western Australia in fourteen days.
"It is only like when anybody outside gets a fresh automobile - a brand new automobile is just better, everything about it's pleasanter," he advised the collection' offical web site, V8supercars.com.au.
"It is more tasteful, there is more technologies, and it is only been upgraded and developed. It might not always make us go quicker, but it'll certainly make us better."
Meanwhile, McLaughlin's teammate David Wall continues to be given the all-clear by medical personnel to be a part of the Perth round carrying out a skin graft surgery.
Wall combusted the large toe on his right-foot through the Clipsal 500 weekend, and was made to race wearing bandages in Tasmania. Read Source
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