Jesus Racing at Homebush on weekend

Published 28 November 2012
Andrew 'Fishtail' Fisher will go for gold this weekend when he takes to the track in the Sydney round of the Auto One V8 Ute Series.

It's the final round of the series and the Jesus Ute is sitting fourth on the Championship ladder, so Fishtail has nothing to lose, but everything to gain!

Just 29 points off a podium finish and 75 points form the top spot, the Jesus Racing Team will work to make the most of every opportunity.

"I was thinking about taking the Deni B&S Ute with the massive bull bar to knock them all off the road," says Fishtail. "It's definitely Game on!"

140 points are up for grabs over the weekend including 35 from Qualifying, Race 1, Race 2 and Race 3.

First place will receive 35 points, second place 33 points, third place 31 points and fourth place 29 points; it then reduces one point for every position to 32nd place.

Fishtail will do everything in his power on the tight and winding track to ensure he claims as many of those points as humanly possible!

The Jesus Ute will carry new livery this round.

Bible Society is using the Sydney 500 round of the Auto One V8 Ute Series to launch a new version of 'The Prize', a Bible, aimed primarily at athletes and sports-lovers.

'The Prize' also includes quotes and stories from elite athletes and sportspeople, including Andrew 'Fishtail' Fisher.

Copies of 'The Prize' will be available from the Jesus Racing Team, in the Ute Pits at the Homebush racetrack over the weekend.

Watch all the action of Race 1, which will be televised LIVE on Network Seven, Saturday, 1st December then tune in to the final Race on Network Seven, Sunday, 2nd December to see who will be crowned this year's winner.

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