Six CAMS Jayco Australian Formula 4 Championship graduates have completed a competitive weekend on the gruelling yet thrilling Adelaide street circuit.
Porsche Carrera Cup Australia driver Jordan Love enjoyed three races well inside the top ten. Love’s best result came in Sunday’s third and final race, where he finished fourth.
Love is sixth in the outright standings with 106 points ahead of former Supercars driver James Moffat.
Meanwhile in the Super2 Series, five drivers have stepped up to the series in 2018. Will Brown, 2016 Formula 4 Champion, was the best placed driver to claim fourth for the round.
Thomas Randle, aboard a Tickford Racing Falcon, was impressively quick throughout practice qualifying in his debut appearance. However a collision with the famed Turn 8 wall put a premature end to Randle’s weekend, peaking with an impact of 8G.
Last year’s V8 Touring Car Series winner Jack Smith was ahead of Super2 debutant Zane Goddard, who were 14th and 15th respectively for the round, and Brenton Grove rounding out the top 20.
The next appearance for Super2 will be alongside the CAMS Jayco Australian Formula 4 Championship season opener at Symmons Plains on April 6–8.