That Adelaide race was the second best race I ever saw...
Tremendous dicing for the places, Vern Schuppan holding down the cockpit bodywork as he diced among them, everybody really charging at the end of the series.
The Oran Park race was devastated by the raw new track surface, which John McCormack actually predicted before the race.
Interesting how Kennedy's Wolf does not have the pace of the front runners at Oran and this is explained away by the use of Aurora Spec' GoodYears.
Given that the same WR3 had been no slouch in Grands Prix, less than a year before, this highlights how much tyres made a difference even then.
Kennedy was being dropped by Lola T332s designed 3 or 4 years earlier, to a budget, and for production where the Wolf was very much a bespoke big-bugget design(for the time) and a regular GP winner in 1977.
The Lola T332, even in 1979, was still bloody fast in the right hands!