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Nandi Kiss back behind the wheel of Supercar - Photo: Supplied

Nandi Kiss back behind the wheel of Supercar – Photo: Supplied

Nandi Kiss will get back behind the wheel of a Supercar at next weekend’s Kumho V8 Touring Car series round at Queensland Raceway.

The former Super2 racer, or Dunlop Series as it was known at the time, will make his V8 Touring Car debut in a similar specification car to the one competed in during his time in Super 2, after acquiring the ex-Paul Morris Motorsport ‘Kulwicki’ Holden Commodore.

The car has an extensive history, being raced by Russell Ingall in 2009 in Supercheap Auto colours before later being raced by Paul Morris himself in the Super2. The was then sold to Bryce Fullwood who also campaigned it in Super2 and held onto it, running it in Combined Sedans at the Bathurst 12 Hour before it ended up with Kiss.

Kiss dropped out the Super2 Series in 2013, citing a need to focus on his business and family at the time. He later returned to national level racing for the final two rounds of the V8 Ute series in 2015, before making a full return to racing last year.

The addition of Kiss to the Kumho V8 Touring Cars Series will see another strong grid for the unofficial third tier Supercars series as they take track as part of the support program for the Supercars Coates Hire Ipswich SuperSprint on July 28-30.

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