Three Porsche Michelin Sprint Challenge Pro class entries for TekworkX Motorsport will tackle a unique weekend on the support bill for the Beaurepaires Sydney SuperNight.Aron Shields and Hamish Fitzsimmons are joined for the third round of the championship by Dunlop Super2 Series regular Nash Morris, with the trio all coming off a recent test day at the Sydney Motorsport Park circuit. Friday will see two practice sessions and qualifying all packed into a five-hour window starting at 9:30am. The solitary session for the category on Saturday will be a 14-lap hit out under lights at 6:25pm, coming well after sunset at 5:10pm. Another sprint race kicks off the Sunday action at 10:10am before the 25 lap Enduro Cup finale at 1:35pm. Now into his second season in the category, Shields will be able to draw from his experience racing around SMP in 2022, which netted him two top five finishes. “I enjoyed racing around Eastern Creek last year, and we benefitted from some valuable testing in the lead up to this round as well,” said Shields. “The conditions will be pretty changeable across the weekend, with the first race under lights and the other two through the day, which is going to be the biggest challenge. It’s a busy programme on Friday, hopefully we can roll out strong. “It felt like the crew found a good direction for the car during the test day which felt comfortable, so there’s a strong platform for us to start the weekend,” concluded Shields. Fitzsimmons has stormed to fifth place in the Enduro Cup races at the opening two rounds of the season, also setting a new lap record for the category in Symmons Plains. “This is the first round where I’ve got a bit of prior experience on the circuit, which is immediately a much better position for me to be in, thanks to the testing miles,” said Fitzsimmons. “We had a couple setbacks in the opening races so far, which have been a bit unavoidable, which means the key for us will be a better run through the start of the weekend so that we aren’t having to come through the field at the end again. “The night racing is going to be pretty cool, it always feels like you’re going faster when it’s dark and the atmosphere is always special at night. It should be a good weekend of racing,” concluded Fitzsimmons. Stepping in for a one-off appearance, Morris is focused on gaining more mileage behind the wheel as he dovetails his season in Dunlop Super2. “We had a good test in Sydney, which a lot of the teams were at. It’s a great track for these cars, with some high-speed corners that work well with the downforce and grip you get from the tyre in the Porsche,” said Morris. “We’re just looking to do the best we can during the weekend. The category is full of top-level drivers, so you can’t take a mindset that you expect to go out and win. We’ll see what the result is at the end of it,” concluded Morris. TekworkX Motorsport’s three-pronged attack in Porsche Michelin Sprint Challenge is also joined at the Beaurepaires Sydney SuperNight by the team’s Toyota 86 department, with four entries for round two of their season.