Wilson Storage finishes top 10 at Bathurst 1000
Over 200,000 people have trekked to the mountain this weekend to watch the Bathurst 1000. David Wall in the #34 Wilson Security car started from position 20th after a difficult qualifying race in the rain on Saturday. Today was not his day unfortunately slipping back six places to finish 26th overall.
Jason Bright and Andrew Jones had the Team BOC Commodore working brilliantly all weekend, constantly making it into the top ten in the on track sessions including practice, qualifying and importantly today’s race. The mountain is known for throwing all conditions and the unexpected at drivers and the machines. Today was no different. After rain, safety cars, double stacking, off track excursions, some big accidents, the team were consistently fighting at the front of the pack. Jason and Andrew bought the Team BOC Commodore home in a very respectable 7th position, and a mere 12 seconds behind the great race winners. The mountain will continue to call.
Wilson Storage was thrilled to sponsor the Bathurst 1000 with signage across the mountain.
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