TR-30 Chassis Hits the Track at Winton
MAR 12, 2024

TR-30 Chassis Hits the Track at Winton

Tickford Racing conducted a successful shakedown of its new TR-30 Mustang chassis at Winton Motor Raceway today with driver Cam Waters at the helm. This marks a key step in the team's preparations for the upcoming rounds of the 2024 Repco Supercars Championship.

The TR-30 Mustang is designed to deliver a performance upgrade over Waters' previous car, incorporating the latest developments in the Gen3 regulations. The car is scheduled to make its racing debut at the MSS Security Melbourne SuperSprint on March 21-24 at Albert Park.

The Winton shakedown provided an opportunity for Waters to acclimatize to the new chassis and for the team to gather valuable data ahead of the Melbourne race weekend. Tickford Racing is optimistic about the TR-30's potential and anticipates a strong showing from Waters in the coming races.

“The plan was always to either start making a new car, or build me one for the Grand Prix or New Zealand. It was more just when it’s fully ready and, after that, it’ll be good to go" Waters said.