Albury-based Brad Jones Racing is focused on the now and not the present heading into the weekend's round in Sydney.
All Supercars teams are set to relocate to Queensland on Monday as new COVID-19 travel restrictions threaten to derail the season.
With the next round set down for Darwin in three weeks, a Northern Territory travel ban on NSW and Victoria will force the seven teams based in those States to quarantine in the Sunshine State.
Despite the dizzying changes, Brad Jones is keeping it as simple as possible.
"We're just going to follow the advice of the Government," he said.
The Border outfit started the resumption of the sport since the COVID shutdown in March in style, with Nick Percat claiming the middle race at the same venue for this weekend at Sydney Motorsport Park late last month.
"We were very excited to get our first win in four years, it was a really great effort by the team and I think it's the first time Red Bull (Holden Racing) and (DJR) Penske haven't won a race for a long time," Jones said.
Percat's win has pushed the Holden driver into seven in the championship, with team-mate Todd Hazelwood sitting 11th after briefly leading the final race until an anti-rollbar failure forced him back to eighth.
The last Sydney round featured five sets of soft tyres, whereas this one has three hard and two sets of soft tyres.
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"So you're really going to have to decide do you go for a race win or do you try to get the most amount of points for the weekend?," Jones pondered.
So you're really going to have to decide do you go for a race win or do you try to get the most amount of points for the weekend? There will be a lot of strategy.Brad Jones
"There will be a lot of strategy involved."