Jamie Whincup says his Red Bull Holden Racing Team will scythe through post-event data in search of answers for their lack of pace at the second Sydney Motorsport Park round.
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Whincup took a hat-trick of podiums the first time around at Eastern Creek last month but neither he nor teammate Shane van Gisbergen really featured last weekend.
The seven-time champion left Sydney with results of fifth, 17th and eighth – slightly bettered by van Gisbergen’s fourth, eighth and 12th.
Tailem Bend last August was the previous occasion the powerhouse team had gone through an event podium-less.
Whincup conceded they have may have detuned the Commodores round-to-round in a bid to catch championship leader Scott McLaughlin.
“The guys next door [Shell V-Power Racing] beat us in Race 3 here last time so we’re not going to come back with the same thing and end up with the same result, we’re going to try to move forward,” explained Whincup.