Will Davison believes small team TEKNO Autosports will only get stronger as he settles in with the squad and learns the Triple Eight car.
The former championship runner up and Bathurst winner achieved his first podium with TEKNO in just his second championship round yesterday, at a circuit where the Triple Eight cars are traditionally strong.
Davison was pleased to be back at the front of the pack and wants to be a title contender after spending two years with developing team Erebus and earning one pole and one win in that time.
“Anything is possible in this game,” he said post-race.
“I’ve got a great car and a great team, it’s all there and it’s up to us to put it together.
“There’s no reason why I shouldn’t be here. I’m not a rookie, I’ve certainly been up here for many years in the past as a challenger.
“It feels good, but you’ve got to do it consistently and be there consistently. I’m confident I can, there’s only a couple of years there in my career I haven’t been a genuine contender every weekend.
“You like to always keep confidence in yourself, but yeah, you probably do get beaten around the ears a little bit.
“We’re only going to get stronger and stronger as we get more confidence as a group.”