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  •   Home > News > Sports > Motorsports

    Shane van Gisbergen's worrying about being the best Holden driver before even thinking of being an Australian Supercars title contender

    Shane van Gisbergen's worrying about being the best Holden driver before even thinking of being an Australian Supercars title contender


    The 2017 champion sits fifth on the drivers standings, with fellow Holden racer David Reynolds third, and Ford's Scott McLaughlin and Fabian Coulthard first and second respectively.

    Van Gisbergen says all he can do is his best and not worry too much about Ford.

    He says as soon as Red Bull can go back to being the best Holden team then the other stuff will hopefully sort itself out.

    Practice One in the latest round in Townsville starts at 12:55pm.

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