Adam Bressington Update

IT ALL CAME together for the Bandit Chipper Holden Monaro HQ and Adam Bressington in round four of the Touring Car Masters at Queensland Raceway on July 27-28 with the combination finishing fourth overall.
After qualifying eleventh in a the competitive field and a little over a one second off the fastest time of series leader and pole position earner John Bowe, Bressington carded with a ninth in race one, sixth in the second and fourth in the last.
“It was a good comeback for us after all the dramas we had at the last two rounds,” Bressington explained. “No doubt we had pace as we posted the third fastest lap time in race one.
“Given we missed a lot of development time in terms of how the car behaves and can fall away in a race, we were able to understand now where we need to go – no doubt we are learning more about its characteristics, particularly in the braking department.
“It was also pleasing to be able to dice with the heavy hitters in the category, like John Bowe, Jim Richards and Andrew Miedecke, but no doubt the most pleasing aspect over the weekend was to have (car owner) Jim Morton out to see it going around,” Bressington added.
Jim Morton has been very ill and in hospital after being diagnosed with asbestos poisoning and recently had a lung removed. But he made the journey out to the Ipswich race track to witness the successful return of the Bandit Chipper team.