Fernando Alonso and Sergio Perez test two Supercars championships in Melbourne, The main class in Australia is for open wheels. The Spaniard and the Mexican hit the track on Thursday with cars that raced on the same weekend as the third round of the Formula One world championship.
Thomas Rundle’s first used Ford Mustang #55, Tickford Racing’s standard-bearer who accompanied the two-time world champion on the track as a rider. The Mexican, on the other hand, tested Triple Eight Race Engineering Holden #88, a car entrusted to Brock Feeney in the series. The latter followed the Red Bull driver off the pit lane the day before for the first free practice sessions at the renovated Albert Park facility.
The Iberian Alpine Press commented on this, as reported by Speedcafe.com. “It’s a mix between GT3 and NASCAR, V8 sound unbelievable. I really enjoyed driving.” The two-time winner of the 24 Hours of Le Mans does not rule out the possibility of a return to the race in the Supercars championship, which is contested annually in Bathurst 1000 km famousThe most important race in Australian motorsport.
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There are many Formula 1 drivers who have had experiences with Supercars that have always played an event in Albert Park in recent years.. Dutchman Max Verstappen was a guest at Triple Eight in a lap with Jamie Whincup, while Daniel Ricciardo tested Rick Kelly’s (Nissan) in 2019.
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