Zac Brims starts the next phase of his racing career at Castrol Edge Lismore Speedway, Saturday night, February 19.
Zac, who turned 16 on February 2, spent the p[ast four season racing Junior Sedans at the venue.
After his time finished in this class, he made the step up to a more senior category and chose Super Sedans to take him into the future.
He had his first run in his Chevy Camaro Super Sedan at Gympie earlier this month and is ready for his debut in the division this weekend.
“I am really looking forward to not only the next part of my career, but also driving a Super Sedan at my home track. It will be a very special night for me and my family,” Zac said.
The Camaro, built at the local Rocket Danny Smith workshop, is brand spanking new in every detail straight off the Rocket Racecar assembly line. Everything in the car has the latest component – including the CT 525 crate engine developing over 550 horsepower.
Super Sedan officials report 27 nominated have been received for round 11 of the 2021-2022 McCosker Super Sedan Series.
Last round winner Sean Black is a starter among a host of Queensland stars set to battle it out on the tight confines of the Lismore Showground Speedway.
The Super Sedans also will be supported with racing for Wingless Sprints, AMCA Nationals, Production Sedans, Street Stocks, RSA Four Cylinder Sedans and Junior Sedans.
Gates open at 4PM and racing commences at 5:30.