ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 05: Chaz Mostert driver of the #55 Supercheap Auto Racing Ford Falcon FGX reacts after finishing third during race 2 for the Clipsal 500, which is part of the Supercars Championship at Adelaide Street Circuit on March 5, 2017 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by Daniel Kalisz/Getty Images)

Following his race-winning performance in the final race at the Australian Grand Prix nearly two weeks ago, Prodrive’s Chaz Mostert has set his sights on further success at the next Supercars Championship event at Symmons Plains this coming weekend, pleased with the ground made since the Clipsal 500.

Chaz knows that strong results are the key to improving his fourth place standing in the driver’s championship and he is hoping to leave Tasmania on Sunday afternoon with further success in his pocket.

The team certainly knows a lot more about the tyre and the car than they did a couple of weeks ago. They have made some good progress, ironing out those few issues that were seen at the Grand Prix and looking at what they can do to go better again. Tasmania is a good event, it's a short but challenging track and they are sure there'll be no shortage of excitement

"Each weekend that we roll out we're learning something new,” he said. “The direction that we're going is quite different to what we're normally used to here at PRA so we're having a real crack at it but in saying that, the more runs you have under the belt the more you learn about it."

"There'll be plenty more for us to learn in Tasmania. It's not all about learning the positives, you have to learn the negatives with it as well to try and tune the negatives out. All of our focus is on us and our own performance and getting better so we'll keep our focus there. If we can continue our good run I'll be happy."