Greg Murphy to return to the Supercars driver's seat in Tasmania
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It's not a Thursday, but this is a throwback.
Kiwi touring-car legend Greg Murphy is set to hop back in the saddle at during today's Virgin Australia Supercars Championship track-time in Tasmania. He'll be behind the wheel of Brad Jones Racing's Team CoolDrive Holden ZB Commodore in additional-driver practice.
Most teams will be utilising the extra track session to give their endurance season co-drivers some track miles. The likes of Craig Lowndes, Garth Tander, James Moffatt and more will also be taking part in the session.
This isn't the first time since Murphy's retirement from the series as a full-timer and as a co-driver that he'll be taking part in a practice session.
Last year he did a session at Winton in the Tekno Autosports Commodore of Jack LeBrocq, while he did the same with Erebus Motorsport in 2016 and LD Motorsport in 2017, in the cars of David Reynolds and Alex Rullo respectively.