Boost Mobile Racing powered by Erebus are looking forward to bouncing back next time out, after enduring a hard weekend in Townsville.

On the right-hand side of the grid, Brodie and Will got away well from P13 and P15 respectively.

They did their best to stay out of the opening lap kafuffle, though incurred damage when the field tried to avoid an incident between Scott Pye and Will Davison on the opening lap.

While Brodie took a big hit to the back of his #99 Commodore, the racer did well to slide inside the top ten as racing resumed on lap four. Meanwhile Will dropped back to P17 but did his best to keep his Holden on the road as a battle broke out in the mid-pack.

Both drivers demonstrated relatively good pace, but with damage hurting the balance of their cars, Brodie dropped to P12 before the first round of stops commenced.

The #99 was the first of the Erebus Commodores to stop, pitting on lap 24 for hard tyres and fuel, while Will came in five laps later.

With the field all now on hard rubber, they settled into a rhythm during the middle stint, until the second and final round of pit stops.

Will was the first in the lane this time around, swapping to the super-soft rubber for the 30-odd lap run home. Brodie stopped immediately the lap later, though with a slight delay on the front-left wheel.

When the field cleansed for the final time, Brodie sat P14 and Will P15. Both racers fought hard to gain some spots, though couldn’t demonstrate the safe super-soft pace they had yesterday. Brodie and Will eventually crossed the finish line in P16 and P19 respectively.

The team now head back to headquarters, with an intense focus on fine-tuning their Holdens ahead of the next round at Tailem Bend at the end of the month.