Dream Racing Australia reveal sharp new look for Tyler Everingham

May 11, 2023

Dream Racing Australia reveal sharp new look for Tyler Everingham

Trans Am title contender Tyler Everingham and Dream Racing Australia have revealed a sharp new look ahead of Round 2 of the National Trans Am Series at Phillip Island this weekend.

Everingham will compete with the familiar backing of Blue Ribbon Legal and Lowes Petroleum, but now wrapped within a striking deep metallic red scheme.

Everingham and his Dream Racing Australia team-mates Josh Webster and Craig Scutella recently completed a test day at Phillip Island and feel they are best prepared to challenge the front-runners of Trans Am.

National Trans Am Series rookie Webster leads the Dream Racing Australia attack after an impressive opening round on home turf where his pace and tenacity was rewarded with sixth in the standings.

Just two positions behind and atop the Masters Cup Class is team owner Scutella after an impressive run at AWC Race Tasmania.

A mechanical problem afflicted Everingham when battling for the podium in the final race of the weekend, leaving the former Super2 race winner 15th in the standings. He heads to Phillip Island with a fresh, new livery and is confident of closing on the lead contenders.

This weekend’s schedule starts on Friday with two practice sessions ahead of qualifying, a pair of 13-lap races and a 15-lap finale to conclude Round 2.

All of the Saturday and Sunday action can be seen on Stan Sport.


Tyler Everingham
Dream Racing Australia, Chevrolet Camaro

“The test last week was good and has given us a lot of confidence for the weekend,” said Everingham.

“I haven’t raced or driven at Phillip Island for quite a while, and with that day done, it means I’m definitely looking forward to getting back into racing.

“I’ve still only done one round in these Trans Ams, and I’m still learning little things about the car. We made quite a few changes at the test. We still have a bit to refine to get it how we want it, but we’ll be pushing hard to get there.

“Trans Am is definitely a very competitive category. There aren’t many weak competitors in the field, so I’m expecting it to be a hard-fought battle.

“I’m looking forward to the weekend. It will be interesting to see who is at the front and see how we fall in.”

Josh Webster
Dream Racing Australia, Chevrolet Camaro

"There's not one dud driver in the field, so for me, if we can work our way into the back of the top 10, we'll call it a good weekend," said Webster.

"Trans Am is super competitive at the moment. Tyler Everingham and Jaylyn Robotham have jumped out of Super2 and have seen the value in this class. Plus, there are big names like James Moffat, Ben Grice and Nash Morris.

"For me to have someone like Tyler in the same garage at Dream Racing Australia is a great yard stick. I can overlay my data with his, pick up his tricks of the trade, so you can't get much better.

"Phillip Island is a great circuit. I first raced a Hyundai Excel in 2018. I fell in love with the place then, and still love it now and I can't wait to get down there."

Craig Scutella
Dream Racing Australia, Chevrolet Camaro

“The team is looking forward to a great weekend,” said Scutella.

“We expect that Tyler will be one of the leaders of the weekend. I’m looking forward to seeing him showing his wares and fighting for a win.

“For Josh, we are just as excited to see his progress and get another top 10 result. He js still a rookie, but we know he has great potential against what is a tough field.

“For I’m there to win the Masters. I love this class and I can’t wait to get back out, have a clean weekend with, hopefully, fine Island weather!”

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