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DRIVER JAMES MOFFAT.
Wilson Security Racing GRM driver James Moffat had a weekend of improvement at New Zealand's Pukekohe Park Raceway, after a tough Friday was converted into a top-ten on Sunday for the Volvo S60 driver.
Utilising the unique international format for the event with four 100km races without pit stops, qualifying proved to be critical as overtaking opportunities were at a premium.
The Saturday races saw Moffat work his way forward in both races after tough qualifying sessions, while on Sunday, improved starting positions resulted in a tenth place result in the finale.
After 21 races of season 2016, Moffat sits 21st in the point standings. With 300 points on the line at the season ending Sydney 500 on December 2-4, Moffat will be looking to move up the crowded leader board, with only a 100 points covering the next five cars in the standings.
- Variable weather conditions impacted track running, especially in the opening session.
- Moffat completed the three 30 minute long sessions in 17th, 19th and 17th, bettering the efforts of his Volvo team mate Scott McLaughlin in the first and third runs.
"It was a pretty difficult day trying to find a comfortable balance in the car for my liking," said Moffat.READ MORE