A career-best Dunlop Super2 Series result at Queensland Raceway comes as a timely boost for Adam Marjoram's confidence.
The Image Racing driver grabbed fourth in the Sunday race in Ipswich last month, improving on a previous best of sixth, recorded four times including thrice this year.
Penrite-backed Marjoram is in his fourth Super2 season and second with Terry Wyhoon's outfit.
Marjoram is seventh in the 2019 points with three rounds remaining, at Bathurst, Sandown and Newcastle.
The fourth-place finish followed 12th on the Saturday at Queensland Raceway, the only time he's been out of the top 10 this year other than a Perth DNF.
"It does always boost my confidence and the morale of the team," Marjoram, who finished both Townsville races sixth earlier in July, told Supercars.com.
"We've been chipping away each race and we can see that we've got good top-five pace.
"But through one reason or another, whether it's my mistake or we just miss the set-up, we don't seem to be able to convert higher than sixth.
"To break through a little bit more, and we know there's more in me and the car, it's really positive.
"We've been quite confident this year with what we've been doing from a driving and engineering standpoint, now it's just really about converting that solid foundation we built this year and last year.