Le Brocq has been frustrated by the squad’s outdated Commodore, which runs Triple Eight components several iterations behind the factory team.
“It’s good for me to get in the car and understand what it’s about, where it is, and I’m pretty comfortable that we can make it a good and competitive car for next year without too much drama,” Webb said.
It is not yet clear who will qualify the #19 Commodore at the Penrite Oil Sandown 500 across November 8-10, but Webb did indicate that Le Brocq was not in danger of losing his drive for the Newcastle finale.
“I really want to finish the year on a strong note,” Webb said.
“It has been very up and down but I think at the moment Jack and I are reasonably balanced speed-wise and it works well over the long runs… and then hopefully Jack has got a bit more confidence in the car going into Newcastle.”