Albury-based driver Matthew Chahda has put his support in the ring for the proposed Border Supercars street race that would cross between Albury, New South Wales, Australia and Wodonga, Victoria cities.
There has been chat from the Australian Media that the twin cities, Wodonga and Albury, to score a lucrative Supercars round potentially worth $26 million to both cities.
The two majors have been eyeing plans to form a proposal to get a Supercars round since 2016, following former Supercars CEO James Warburton previously said he wanted a regional Victorian town to replace the Sandown event once the land owners sold it for residential development.
The idea of a Border Supercars race has gathered support from Supercars team owner Brad Jones and reigning Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 champion David Reynolds.
Since then, Albury-based Super2 driver Matt Chahda has thrown his support into the ring in his Facebook LIVE video which would become Supercars first track to cross into two Australian states, Victoria and NSW.