The Enforcer returns
Former V8 Supercar champion Russell Ingall with his new-look 2011 Holden Commodore
Former V8 Supercar champion Russell Ingall recently took the covers off his new-look 2011 Holden Commodore.
There were plenty of new announcements for the Supercheap Auto outfit this year, with a new team manager, new engineer, new support staff, new teammate and new sponsors making the upcoming season exciting for Paul Morris Motorsports (PMM).
Ingall who won the 2005 V8 Supercar championship will be trying to make this year the year of the 'Enforcer' by looking straight forward to once again finishing well up in the field and maybe even taking the coveted Championship once again.
The team has regrouped over the summer break and made some significant changes as well. PMM's technical alliance with Triple Eight Race Engineering has grown stronger over the off-season with Steve Robertson moving across from Team Vodafone to become Team Manager of Ingall's drive.
Mark Fenning from Jim Beam Racing is the new engineer. Fenning who has great credentials and experience working with the Triple Eight team should bring a winning formula with him to PMM.
The new Supercheap Auto car has last year's sorted out chassis which proved to be one of the best, as Ingall showed a clean pair of heels in the first Sandown Enduro race last year where he blitzed the field with some superb driving and handling.
Ingall the "Enforcer" will team with reigning Fujitsu Series Champion Steve Owen, (2010 Bathurst runner-up) driving the PMM sister car #67 VIP Petfoods-backed Commodore.
PMM has also added the backing of Bayer's Berocca Performance to its sponsor portfolio, which includes Supercheap Auto, Castrol, Holden, Stanley, Sirromet, Bosch, Century Batteries, Master Lock, 3M, Goldcross Cycles, and Hungry Jack's, which joined the team in late 2010.
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