Boost Mobile-backed Supercars drivers James Courtney and Brodie Kostecki took to the passenger seat at Symmons Plains in preparation of the 2021 Boost Mobile Super Trucks season.
The Super Trucks will be part of the support card for this weekend’s Beaurepaires Tasmania SuperSprint.
WATCH: KOSTECKI AND COURTNEY’S WILD RIDE
The six-driver entry list features four returning drivers and two newcomers.
One such driver is 2014 Bathurst 1000 winner and 2017 Stadium Super Trucks champion Paul Morris, who took Tickford Racing’s Courtney and Erebus Motorsport’s Kostecki for a spin.
Morris also took Tasmanian Health Minister Sarah Courtney around the 2.4km circuit, which returns to the Supercars calendar for the first time since 2019.
The truck takes flight
The upcoming Super Trucks season will also feature Morris’ son Nash, who made his Super3 debut earlier this year.
Dave Casey, Paul Weel, Shaun Richardson, and Shae Davies all make their returns to the series.
Morris also took Health Minister Courtney for a ride
The weekend will feature three Super Trucks races; one on Saturday, and two on Sunday.
The trucks will roll out on Saturday for Practice 1 at 10:10am AEST, before qualifying at 12:15pm and Race 1 at 2:30pm.
Happy days for the 2010 Supercars champion
The 24-car Supercars field will hit the track for Practice 1 at 9:20am, followed by Practice 2 at 11:25am.
Drivers will tackle the all-new knockout qualifying format from 1:25pm before the 44-lap Race 6 at 4:25pm.