ON a morning when they were chasing important co-driver laps at Mount Panorama, things got a little wild for the Garry Rogers Motorsport wildcard entry.
Jayden Ojeda, who is sharing the GRM Holden Commodore with Dubbo young gun Tyler Everingham, struck trouble in the Bathurst 1000 co-driver only practice four session.
Ojeda locked a brake on the approach to The Cutting and hit the concrete wall on the outside, bringing out the first red flag for Supercars this weekend.
The damage to the #40 Commodore was less serious than it looked from the impact, with just the front and rear steering arm, front bar and the driver's side mirror needing repairs.
Everingham said that the team will get the fix done so he can get lap time in the final practice session and prepare for qualifying.
"It's a tough track and a tough session to get used to. It's unfortunate but we will get the car fixed and be out there again," Everingham said.
"We have got plenty of spares, that's one fortunate thing, we haven't been on the road so we have got all the spare parts and everything ready to go.
Also in trouble was the #14 Brad Jones Racing Commodore of Jordan Boys, who found the tyre barrier at turn one at the end of the one hour session.
Boys drove the car back to the pits on its own power.
At the other end of success and continuing the pace it showed on Thursday, Will Davison topped the time sheets in the Monster Energy Mustang with 2:05.0666 - an effort 0.1652 seconds in front of Garth Tander for the Red Bull Holden Racing Team.
Dale Wood took third for what was a good session for the Castrol Racing Kelly Mustang.
Practice five in which all drivers can tackle the mountain commences at 12.10pm.