Five more wildcards have been added to the programme for Wednesday’s BP Supercars All Star Eseries.
Alongside yesterday’s confirmed entry of Super2 pilot Brodie Kostecki will be Team Sydney boss Jono Webb, Will Brown, Broc Feeney, Harley Haber and Zak Best.
Wednesday’s finale will also do away with the usual three-race format and see a traditional two-race affair, with Oran Park and Mount Panorama set to stage the curtain closing round.
Reigning TCR Australia Champion Will Brown will make his second Eseries start after he replaced David Reynolds for the second round.
“I was pretty excited when I heard I was going to be able to compete again in the series,” Brown told the official website.
“I haven’t been in the series since filling in for Dave in Round 2, which I really enjoyed.
“It’s been a while, so I’m really looking forward to coming back for the finale.”
Despite the virtual series making a welcome return to Australia’s most storied circuit, Brown admits he is more excited to have a crack of competing around the now-defunct Oran Park Raceway which hosted its final Supercars event back in 2008.
“Obviously I’m stoked to be having a crack at the Mountain, but I’m just as excited to go to Oran Park.
“I wasn’t racing when Oran Park was around, but I know how iconic it is and everyone always talks about how epic the track was to race, so for me to get the opportunity to do that virtually is really cool.
“I did race virtually at Bathurst in the TCR series last week, so I’ve had a lot of practice now. I have spent time every day to get in as much practice as I can with the team at Erebus.”
300 points are on offer across the evening, with Red Bull’s Shane Van Gisbergen leading the standings 78-points clear of kiwi rival Scott McLaughlin.
McLaughlin must finish 10th or higher in the opening event to ensure his title challenge goes to the Bathurst finale.
Qualifying is slated to begin from 8 pm NZT and will be broadcast live on Sky Sport 5 and via the official Supercars Facebook page.