Setup the key for Coulthard

For Coulthard and the Lockwood Racing team it was all about setting the car up for the vital two qualifying sessions.

Setup the key for Coulthard

It was a day of good setup development for Lockwood Racing and Fabian Coulthard during the three practice sessions for round two of the V8 Supercar Championship at Symmons Plains today.

Fabian Coulthard, Lockwood Racing
Fabian Coulthard, Lockwood Racing

Photo by: Circuit of the Americas

Following a strong run at the first round in Adelaide and the Australian Grand Prix support program, a confident Coulthard worked diligently with the team on car setup, finishing the first session fourth, the second session sixth and the final session in a comfortable seventh position.

For Coulthard and the Lockwood Racing team it was all about setting the car up for the vital two qualifying sessions and races tomorrow - and on that front it was a job well done.

Fabian Coulthard

"We've rolled the car out of the truck and it's pretty good. We just need to make a couple of changes to get the car feeling a little bit nicer in a couple of spots. We've learnt some things to do and some things not to do today. We just need to collate all the data tonight, have a look what worked and go from there. I'm comfortable in the car and I'm looking forward to qualifying and the races tomorrow."

Lockwood Racing

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