Behind his victory in his first supercars race at Winton yesterday, Cameron Waters took both pole positions today.
Tickford Racing drivers overtook champion Shane Bangisbergen in both sessions.
Especially the first session was tight and Waters beat SVG to Paul in just 0.0006 seconds. This is the closest pole margin since Darwin in 2010.
After finishing in 3rd place yesterday, David Reynolds qualifies the batter in Race 14 and starts in 3rd place just behind Waters and Vangisbergen.
Holden Racing Andretti United driver Chaz Mostert was only 0.06 seconds behind Reynolds’ pace and was late to jump fourth to last and set the best time.
Brad Jones racing driver Andre Heimgartner concludes the top five of David Reynolds teammate Lee Holdsworth and the best of Anton Depasquale’s Dick Johnson Racing Mustang.
Will Brown, Rookie Brock Finney and Mark Winterbottom closed the top ten.
Will Davison was a well-known name that passed the qualifying in 12th place and missed the top ten.th place.
Waters got the pole more comfortably in Race 15 qualifying. Monster-sponsored drivers will start from the beginning after setting a time of 1 minute 18.34 seconds.
SVG set the time 0.149 seconds behind Tickford Mustang’s pace.
Heimgartner backed up the top five in Race 13 and finished third in Race 14.
Alongside him, de Pasquale will appear, and Brown will conclude the top five.
Reynolds was quick in the second session, but his 18.6 was enough for p6.
Brodie Kostecki, Winterbottom, Holdsworth and Mostert conclude the top ten.
Finney was just outside the top 10, he qualified at 11.th Prior to Jake Costeki and Davison.
Nick Perca in particular was qualified in 27th It’s the place for the final race on the weekend, but Race 13 wasn’t that good. He starts the race from 16.th..
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Water takes Winton Pole on both Sundays
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