Erebus Motorsport is set to field five cars this Wednesday night, with Will Brown and Jaylyn Robotham joining the Supercars Eseries.
Brown and Robotham will line up on the All Stars grid alongside Brown’s real-life teammate Brodie Kostecki as they head to Watkins Glen for the season finale.
The #9 driver is set to compete in the Shaw and Partners livery that Academy racers Jobe Stewart and Robotham debuted last week.
“I haven’t done as much on the sim as others this year but watching last week, I really want to have a crack,” Brown said.
“I don’t really know what to expect heading into the event, I did pretty well in last year’s Eseries so I’m hoping the competition is pretty similar.
“I don’t really have too many expectations going into it, it’s just great to jump on and have a run with everyone.
“If I could get a top 10 finish out of it, I’d be pretty happy with that.”
Brown makes his return to virtual racing after two wildcard appearances last year, where he scored 5th and 10th at Silverstone, before his best result of 4th at Barcelona on debut.
Meanwhile, this week marks the return for Robotham after joining Stewart for last week’s Bathust enduro. The pair finished 21st after an early race incident saw them a lap down for the majority of the race.
The #999 driver will run a slightly revised version of his Rare Spares Commodore that he races in the Super2 Championship.
“I’m really excited to jump back on the sim, it’ll be good to race against all the All Stars and see where I shape up against them,” Robotham said.
“I don’t really have many expectations going into the event, I’m not sure how I’m going to stack up against the other guys.
“There’s probably going to be a lot of carnage again so if I can just keep it clean, I should be able to move forward and hopefully get a good result.”
Kostecki heads into the final round with a 120-point lead over his All Stars competitors, while Jarrad Filsell and Stewart head to Hungaroring sitting 3rd and 17th in the Pro Series.
Stewart will be tackling the season finale in the same WD-40 livery he donned in the Series’ opener.
Qualifying kicks off from 7:00pm AEST tomorrow night and will be streamed on Facebook, Twitch and YouTube.
Racing coverage will then follow from 7:30pm AEST and will be broadcast live on Fox Sports, Kayo, 7 Plus and Sky NZ.