Drake secures maiden pole

Drake secures maiden pole

John Paul Drake will start an Australian Prototype Series race on pole for the very first time in his career today after a thrilling performance in this morning’s qualifying session.After a mixed first day of the season yesterday, which resulted in missing the final practice session to car complications, Drake bounced back superbly today to claim the Jam Motorsport Shop...

Purdie powers to race win

Purdie powers to race win

Blake Purdie has secured his first ever Australian Prototypes Series win, overcoming a stall on the start line to salute at Sydney Motorsport Park.Purdie started on the front row in his Nippy’s/PJK Transport Wolf Thunder alongside Jam Motorsport’s John-Paul Drake, who earlier in the day secured the Jam Motorsport Shop pole position prize.But it wasn’t a smooth start for either...

Hard work key to Tyler’s Jam Motorsport rise

Hard work key to Tyler’s Jam Motorsport rise

There’s no doubt the Australian Prototype Series is a close knit community and you only have to look as far as Jam Motorsport to see why the category enjoys plenty of success both on and off the track.The South Australian based team is the biggest in the series and has two of the three past title winners part of their...

Invitational series back for round two

Invitational series back for round two

The OTR South Australian Sports Car Invitational is back at The Bend Motorsport Park this weekend with the popular series enjoying a bigger entry list for its second round as opposed to its season opener.While the series won’t have the honour of being the support card to the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship again, the inaugural round’s success last month piqued...

Purdie leads strong APS charge in invitational series

Purdie leads strong APS charge in invitational series

The highly-anticipated OTR South Australian Sports Car Invitational finally took place on the weekend as eight Australian Prototype Series drivers took part in the category which supported the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship at The Bend Motorsport Park.With 21 drivers entered in the invitational series’ allocated three races, there were some impressive performances from drivers associated the APS, which included an...

APS stars to battle it out at The Bend

APS stars to battle it out at The Bend

There will be a host of familiar faces from the Australian Prototype Series competing in this weekend’s South Australian Sports Car Invitational Series, with the new series forming part of the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship’s jam packed schedule at The Bend Motorsport Park. Out of the 21 drivers registered with the support category, at least eight have competed in the APS...