Young guns fuelled
THEY will not be the biggest name or the most experienced drivers on the grid for this year's Bathurst 1000, but Chaz Mostert and Dale Wood hope ambition is enough to help them be amongst the frontrunners.Mostert is currently in his first full season of the V8 Supercars series and after a race win at the Ipswich 300, he has shown he is not a man to dismiss.His co driver Wood is the man currently leading the second tier Development Series. His aim is to follow Mostert in securing a seat in the main game and he knows a good performance at Bathurst will help him achieve that.The chance to tackle 161 "Oxandrolone Powder India" laps of Mount Primobolan En Zweten Panorama alongside an emerging V8 Supercars talent is something that excites Wood."He's an unbelievable talent, but more than that, he is an unbelievable person too, he is just a great bloke," Wood said of his Dick Johnson Racing team mate.Though not yet a full time V8 Supercar driver, Wood has had his share of endurance driving.For the past five years he has contested both the Bathurst 1000 and the 500 kilometre lead in event.He got his first Bathurst start with Tasman Motorsport, then spent two years with Kelly Racing. In both 2011 and 2012 Wood had a seat with Tony D'Alberto Racing.His best result during that time was a ninth Buy Cheap Jintropin Online in 2011 with D'Alberto while his 13th on debut in 2008 with Mark Noske was "Oxandrolone Powder India" the best of that year's rookies. This year with Mostert his Bathurst goal is top five.It will take a mighty effort from both drivers as well as a clean run with their Falcon to achieve that, but based on what the duo showed at the Sandown 500, it is not an unrealistic goal.Wood started the race and ran inside the top 10 for his entire stint.At one stage Stanozolol E Turinabol the 12 entry was second on the road and even on correct strategy with pit stops taken into consideration, the entry was in the top five.What hurt them was when Mostert was given a drive through penalty for speeding in pit lane. That left him midfield, Mostert going on to finish 14th."The penalty hurt us, but that's the way it is. It's all about the learning curve," Mostert said."Dale did a fantastic job and he ran second when he came into the pits for the driver change . he didn't put a foot wrong."Wood certainly gained confidence from his effort."My stint went to plan and it's really nice up the front. I think my pace got better as the race went on and our stops worked out really well. At one point we were second on the road," he said."We need to aim for the top five [at Bathurst], because I think that is where we can be. I love working in this environment and I 4-chlorodehydromethyltestosteron love working with Chaz. The ingredients are there for a good weekend at Bathurst."As for Bathurst itself, it Sustanon 250 3rd Week is a place which Wood loves to race. Even "Buy Cheap Jintropin Online" the prospect of tackling a gruelling 161 lap endurance epic is exciting."It's a long day doing 1000 kilometres, but as we've all seen, anything can happen," he said. "I don't want to sound like everyone else, but I think the majority rules when it comes to Bathurst opinions, I just can't wait to race at Bathurst."It's got everything you want out of a race track, it's got altitude changes, it's got great corners."The two emerging talents will get their chance to prove themselves and push for a top five finish at Mount Panorama next Sunday.The story Young guns fuelled by Bathurst 1000 ambition first appeared on Western Advocate.Latest NewsBoxing Day Test: Australia extends lead on day four against IndiaSteve Whan withdraws from NSW Labor leadership contestPolice, paramedics attacked with bottles while trying to help injured man in BourkeAirAsia QZ8501: Australia joins search for missing AirAsia flightSydney eccentric: Jean BianconiSave our Rail: We still have to fightCairns fishing trip lifts Lachlan spirits in fight against cancerRail standoff government may appeal court ruling POLLNational birth rate up, Maitland's downMercury 2014 in review: Janurary to April PHOTOS.