Wilson Security Racing opted to sacrifice today's qualifying position at Albert Park in order to maximise David Wall's tyre bank for this weekend's racing.
The streets of Adelaide provided the venue for the first event on the 2012 calendar, the Clipsal 500. This event saw the highest visibility to date for Wilson Security with sponsorship across four categories and a total of six drivers.
Clipsal 500 Adelaide has proved a tough debut for David Wall in his Wilson Security Racing V8 Supercar with a withdrawn penalty costing him positions.
Being thrown in at the deep end does not come much trickier than making your V8 Supercar debut at the Clipsal 500, but Wilson Security Racing's David Wall is satisfied with his P18 finish today.
Driving the streets of Adelaide's Clipsal 500 is not unfamiliar territory to Wilson Security Racing's David Wall but the V8 Supercar rookie has never done it as fast as he did today.