One of Albury's top drivers admits he's unlikely to race again before October.
Jordan Boys competes in Super2, one of the support categories for the V8 Supercars Championship, and was tipped for big things this year.
But although Supercars has announced its season will restart next month, Boys and his contemporaries face a longer wait.
"We don't know yet how it will affect our calendar," he said.
"They haven't actually announced when we're going to go racing, but when we do, it'll be between four and five rounds right at the end of the year.
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"It's looking like we're probably not going to start up until Bathurst (October 8-11) or somewhere around there, which is just crazy for round two.
"Supercars go back in late June but with the staff they have for that, they can't have Super2 there or any other categories, so I'm still in for a long wait."
Boys was last on track at the Adelaide 500 in February, where he finished fifth, sixth and fourth.
"Driving the car is awesome fun but actually racing and the competitive aspect is what I'm really missing," he said.
"I'm pretty lucky that I've just got a simulator so that's starting to scratch the itch a little bit, but it's not quite the same.
"We're going to have to do some testing before we go back because it's just been that long out of the car.
"For us, as a team, we tried to reset ourselves after round one anyway because we weren't completely happy with how we went. But this has taken it to a whole new level."