STOREY MAKES HIS MARK IN NZ SUPERTOURER'S
With a couple of seasons under his belt, NZ SuperTourer driver Dominic Storey says he's ready to start challenging for wins and podiums in his SG Fleet Holden.
Storey comes off a strong result at the previous round at Pukekohe where he finished second overall for the weekend driving with Nick Percat.
I think I've learnt a lot about the cars over the past couple of seasons, and I'm at a point now where I can start challenging the guys up the front, says Storey.
Pukekohe was really good for us. We were fastest in practice and had three top five finishes, which was awesome.
We were a new team at the start of 2013, and I think we've found our feet and figured out what we need to do to make the cars go quick. I think I'm driving well at the moment, just trying to keep mistakes to an absolute minimum. You just can't afford to make a mistake in these cars, as you have to be on it 100 percent, 100 percent of the time.
The now twenty five year old, is no stranger to high-level competitive motorsport. He is a former winner of the Formula BMW Scholarship in 2006 with seven podium finishes and since then has impressed with two second place finishes in the New Zealand GP in TRS machinery, and with some stand-out drives in British Formula 3, Formula Renault Europe and in the bigger GP3 and Formula Renault 3.5 machinery.