However, Question mark about program feasibility in recent monthsThe COVID-19 outbreak in New South Wales and Victoria closed the travel bubble between New Zealand and Australia.
Both Murphy and Stanaway are based in New Zealand, so they cannot cross Tasman without facing strict restrictions and quarantine measures.
The travel ban has already been incorporated into the pre-Bassert test plan, the entire entry is at risk and there is no guarantee that the driver will be able to enter Australia and then return to New Zealand.
However, Boost founder Peter Adderton has confirmed to Motorsport.com that he is working on a plan to charter a plane that will take Murphy and Stanaway inside and outside the country to advance their entry.
Charter flights cost about $ 65,000, and returning to New Zealand is currently considered the number one commitment to implementing a bold plan.
If that happens, Proposal for all-in-test at Sydney Motorsport Park For the Bathurst 1000, Murphy and Stanaway could prove to be the only opportunity to bank laps ahead of the December Great Race.
Murphy, who won the Bathurst 1000 four times, hasn’t raced in a supercar since his last enduro ride on the Walkinshaw Racing Team in 2014.
Meanwhile, Stanaway has been on the sidelines since he left the sport at the end of the 2019 season after Boost withdrew support from Gary Rogers Motorsport.
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