Erebus completes chassis swap for Brown
Erebus Motorsport has accomplished a chassis swap for Will Brown forward of this weekend’s Penrite Oil Sandown SuperSprint.
Brown fell closely in Apply 1 on the season opener Mount Panorama 500, leading to an in a single day rebuild of the No.9 Holden ZB Commodore.
The 22-year-old raced with an injured automobile, prompting the workforce to make a chassis change forward of the second spherical of the Repco Supercars Championship.
“Within the timeline we had between the 2 races, it made extra sense to make use of the aftermarket chassis,” mentioned Barry Ryan, CEO of Erebus Motorsport.
“The spare chassis is simply a season and a half outdated and in excellent situation, able to race and lead the pack.
“The substitute chassis was the Dave chassis [Reynolds] accomplished in 2019, which paradoxically was additionally repaired to the best entrance after an accident in Bathurst that required an in a single day restore.
“Will’s present body will return to the jig to be correctly repaired and put again into the system as a spare body.”
Brown backed the WD-40 within the first occasion of 2021, however will deliver a brand new naming rights sponsor to Sandown in what might be a rotating livery season for the Toowoomba pilot.
The workforce is predicted to disclose Brown’s new look on Friday forward of the two-day occasion at Sandown Worldwide Motor Raceway.