Back to Normal Working Hours

The Brad Jones Racing Team (Dec 2016). Photo: TruPics

The Albury based Brad Jones Racing Team can finally resume to regular working hours after emerging relatively unscathed from the weekend’s round of Supercars racing at Phillip Island

The team had worked around the clock in the past fortnight to repair three Supercars and two Dunlop Super2 entries for Phillip Island.

While winning a race or finishing on the podium is always the aim, one of the team’s drivers Tim Slade says he’s pleased all drivers have emerged from the weekend relatively unscathed.

2017 Supercars Championship Round 3.
Phillip Island 500, Phillip Island.
World Copyright: Daniel Kalisz Photographer

“The good news for the team is everything is going back to the workshop in one piece,” Tim said.

“So even with the tight turnaround to Perth (May 5 -7), the guys will be back to some normal working hours in the shop!

“It was a massive effort from all the guys and girls to get all the cars ready for the weekend. Even our catering lady was in the workshop every night feeding everyone, so it’s a real cool feeling when you see everyone pitching in.”

Team co-owner Brad Jones was especially pleased with his team’s work ethic.

“I feel pretty proud about it,” Brad said.

“My brother and I must be crazy to tell you the truth, but everyone at BJR contributed to get us here, which is fantastic.”

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