Holden Commodore racer Andrew Anderson says he can rack up another top 10 finish in the BNT NZ V8s series round at Pukekohe this weekend
Anderson drove the ITM-backed Pinepac Holden to 10th overall in the opening round at Taupo and believes he can do the same on home turf.
Broken teeth on the crown wheel in the differential put the car out of the third, reverse grid, race at Taupo.
Anderson says changes made to the car since Taupo have brought on-track gains and data gathered in testing has been used to make further changes for Pukekohe.
“(We were) the top Holden qualifier at Taupo, and I’m looking forward to continuing that at Pukekohe.”