Newspaper article News Mail Bundaberg Qld.

The Need for Car Speed; Kel Aims to Deliver at Home Event

Newspaper article News Mail Bundaberg Qld.

The Need for Car Speed; Kel Aims to Deliver at Home Event

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Byline: Shane Jones Shane.Jones@news-mail.com.au

MOTORSPORT: Admitting his championships hopes are on the line this weekend, Bundaberg's Kel Treseder wants his car to deliver the speed it needs to win.

Tomorrow, the former karter will compete in the fourth round of the Aussie Racing Cars at Queensland Raceway.

With plenty of track knowledge, compared to the other venues he has been to, the KKP Motorsport driver knows his car speed will

be the difference this weekend.

Talking ahead of the round, the 31-year-old said they have spent the past few weeks getting it right.

"(The car) has basically had a birthday makeover," he said.

"A lot of maintenance has been done in relation to speed."

"It has to go faster."

Treseder conceded what he had in Darwin wasn't good enough, despite finishes inside the top 10.

"If it's as fast as what it was in Darwin, I don't think that's good enough (this weekend)," he said.

"I'm excited by the fact that it's going to be a comfortable race track (for us). …

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