Following the low of the season’s opening NZV8 round when Andrew Anderson’s Pinepac ITM Commodore was written off in a horrific high speed accident, the Pinepac Racing driver has been anticipating the completion of his replacement chassis that will hit the track for the first time in next weekend’s fourth round of the NZV8 Championship.
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After over 3 months of construction, the wraps were finally taken off the new Pinepac ITM Commodore as it made its NZV8 Championship debut last weekend at Manfeild. With no pre-event testing under his belt, Andrew Anderson quickly showed that the car was going to be competitive, posting the 7th fastest time in its first hit-out. Anderson was less than 1 tenth of a second slower than the 2nd fastest time.
Backing up the speed shown at the previous round, Andrew Anderson in his Pinepac ITM Commodore made good on his prediction of featuring strongly at Timaru on the weekend with an 8th place overall result at the tight and twisty Levels Raceway.
On the back of his best season round result at Timaru the week earlier, Pinepac Racing driver Andrew Anderson carried on that strong form at Invercargill on the weekend to finish the NZV8 Championship with his third consecutive top 10 round result.
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