Caruso is one among a different of drivers now facing double duties at Mount Panorama attributable to what’s successfully a combining of the Bathurst 1000 and Bathurst Global speed meetings.
Whereas the time table is but to be locked in, he’s seemingly to be contesting the Bathurst 400 in his Alfa Romeo TCR car earlier in the week, sooner than switching his focal level to his co-driver aim alongside Designate Winterbottom at Personnel 18 for the Bathurst 1000.
According to Caruso, the hassle of switching from a barely low-energy, entrance-wheel-power TCR car to the V8 rear-wheel-power Supercar is now not one which he’s phased about.
As an different he’s engaging about successful the uncommon touring car double as the two categories come collectively on Australia’s most appealing racing stage.
“I’m the truth is having a watch forward to double duties at Bathurst, severely in two the truth is varied sorts of touring vehicles,” acknowledged Caruso.
“Any time you speed at Bathurst, it’s special, despite what car which that it’s good to presumably furthermore very successfully be in.
“After I did double duties in the enchancment assortment and Supercars, these vehicles handled varied, and wanted to be driven another way, so that you fair correct adapted and obtained on with it.
“I will’t undercover agent this being to any extent extra of a effort to that, and this could furthermore very successfully be a bonus to accept as true with more song time. It would support score myself into the zone for the big speed on Sunday.
“It’s a gigantic week for the game, and one thing the truth is special. Who is conscious of if we’ll score to present the leisure be pleased this ever again.
“I’m going there in every vehicles with a correct opportunity to engage. It would be immense to capture out the touring car double at Bathurst.”
Caruso hasn’t raced attributable to the TCR Australia season got right here to an abrupt halt correct after his leap forward engage at Sydney Motorsport Park reduction in May perhaps well furthermore merely.
It is now not but clear how drivers will tackle double or even triple duties across the mixed Bathurst week, severely these in ‘foremost’ Supercars seats.
Shane van Gisbergen is now doubtlessly not to power Triple Eight’s GT entry, whereas it is but to be clear what the likes of Cam Waters and Chaz Mostert will produce about their respective GT commitments.
Mostert could presumably furthermore feasibly face triple duties by his involvement with every the GT and TCR Australia programmes at Melbourne Performance Centre.
He currently leads the TCR Australia standings.
Mostert’s Bathurst 1000 co-driver Lee Holdsworth will be a TCR Australia weird and wonderful, as are Tony D’Alberto (Dick Johnson Racing co-driver), James Moffat (Tickford co-driver) and Dylan O’Keeffe (Personnel Sydney co-driver).