The enforcer hungry for his revenge

THE Enforcer is back - and he's promising carnage on the Gold Coast.

Holden driver Russell Ingall was fuming after yesterday's qualifying session following a late incident with Ford pilot Jason Bright.

Ingall still managed to qualify for today's top-10 shootout, but his session ended when Bright locked up his brakes and ploughed into the side of the 45-year-old's Supercheap Auto Commodore.

And that moment has Ingall seeking payback.

“He wasn't thinking that's for sure,” Ingall said.

“We'll sort it out tomorrow. I see he's in the 10 and hopefully he qualifies near the pointy end and I'll pay him back tomorrow.

“What goes around comes around. It's probably what I need, I've been a bit casual coming into this event so I needed something to fire me up.

“I'll get going tomorrow, qualify where I qualify and get out and waste some of these dudes.”

Ingall, who is based on the Gold Coast, has a strong record at Surfers Paradise and aims to keep it.

“We know what it takes to do a fast lap around here ... we'll give it a big one and see what happens.”

Meantime his team rebuilds the car.



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