Boost Mobile Racing powered by Erebus boss Barry Ryan is confident that significant development items utilised at their recent Winton visits will yield results in the balance of 2022. 

Although the team was hoping to see higher results on track at the last event, Erebus Ryan says the team is making consistent steps forward.

“Standing still is never what we have done as a team and 2022 is no different, our cars continue to improve via strong engineering,” he said. 

“Although we have had some pit stop issues, we have been the fastest team in pit lane on several occasions and this will also continue to improve in speed and reliability. 

“A combination of a great car set up straight out of the truck, fast driving, no mechanical issues and solid pit stops will see us win races. 

“The category is so strong these days that you need all these ingredients mixed perfectly to succeed and win and we know we can nail all these aspects”

Will Brown also says piecing it all together will help see Erebus move further up the grid.

“There’s been a lot of positive development on the car recently and we’ve seen evidence of that at Perth and then again at Winton,” Brown said.

“The car pace is definitely there, we just need to put a clean weekend together.

“At Winton we got 5th, 6th, and what should have been a 3rd without that clutch drama.

“I believe I am driving well and the team have worked really hard to make sure we have no dramas heading into Darwin.

“We had all top tens last year in Darwin on our first outing there, so this year I am aiming for top fives.”

The Darwin Triple Crown kicks off at Hidden Valley Raceway, June 17 – 19.