A Championship mountain to climb for Sieders at Bathurst

With two round wins and two runner ups in four appearances at Mount Panorama, Dave "Sideways" Sieders is looking to continue his form at the iconic track in a bid to reduce the gap in the 2014 Australian V8 Ute Racing Series - fuelled by Hog's Breath Café, with the championship heading to the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 this weekend, 9-12 October 2014.

Sieders currently sits second in the Armor All Driver's Leaderboard, only 39 points adrift Kris "Killa" Walton, and although Sieders was able to leave this same round last year with the Series lead, despite entering with a 44 point deficit, there is no expectation of history repeating. The only expectation is some hard work and tough racing, with a hope of some good fortunes.

Sieders is also joined this round by Windsor-based tyre changing and automotive lift specialists Sterling Automotive Equipment as major partners.

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