Will Brown and the #99 Penrite Commodore starred in Thursday and Friday practice, then teammate Anton de Pasquale earned a place in Saturday's Top 10 Shootout, cementing their place as possible Great Race contenders.
Despite troubles for their teammates across the garage, de Pasquale and Brown's run in practice has been seamless, posting the third, fifth and ninth fastest times in the three practice sessions respectively on Thursday.
Brown then followed that up by going fastest in the co-driver only practice four session with a 2:04.9817, just in front of Michael Caruso and Garth Tander.
Racing in both Supercars and Super2 this weekend, Brown says he is thrilled with the car and driving here this weekend.
"Erebus is doing a great job, the car is awesome and I feel like I'm driving it really well," Brown said.
"I can't thank the guys there enough, wheeling it over the top of the mountain is pretty cool and what a place, Mount Panorama is just amazing and I'm really enjoying it.
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"Erebus, they roll out quick all the time and they have done a fantastic job."
The team succeeded in their Top 10 target, just sneaking in at 10th position.
"Wanting to be in the top ten shootout was our main thing and from there we can work at it. Anton was definitely capable of it and I'm capable of running up the front," Brown said.
This is the second year Anton de Pasquale and co-driver brown have been partnered together for the Enduro Cup and sensationally qualified third in last year's shootout.
They were tenth in qualifying and moved to third in the shootout, something they would love to repeat this year.
One of only six drivers who are doing double duties with Supercars and Super2, Brown says it is helping him with his preparation for the 1000.
"I'm feeling confident in both of them and I definitely think it is helping me running in both categories," Brown said.