7 November 2022 | General

Win or bust for Will Brown at the Supercheap Auto Bathurst International

Will Brown says he’s taking a win-or-bust approach in his quest for a second Supercheap Auto TCR Australia Series title as he told Wide World of Sports.

Brown, who won the inaugural 2019 series with HMO Customer Racing in a Hyundai i30 N TCR, is vying for another title win and could become the first to win it twice.

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This time, it’s with the Melbourne Performance Centre team behind the wheel of an Audi RS 3 LMS TCR.

Sitting third in the series, Brown is a chance at the title. However, with a 67-point deficit to series leader Tony D’Alberto of Wall Racing, he’ll have to hope results fall his way.

“I’m just going in there to try and win races,” Brown told Wide World of Sports ahead of the final SpeedSeries round, the Supercheap Auto Bathurst International.

“I’m not really thinking about it too much. I do enough racing that I’m not really getting caught up in the championship. What will be, will be.

“TD [Tony D’Alberto] – unless something dramatically goes wrong for him, even if he’s not the fastest car out there – he’s just got to finish.

“I know the Peugeots were extremely quick and Jordan Cox is second in the championship. He’ll be excited about that.

“I’m not reading too much into it at this stage. I’m just going there to race as hard as we can.”

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