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- Role Reversal
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June 16th, 2013
Mark Winterbottom bounced back from a disappointing first V8 Supercars race at Hidden Valley to claim his first victory for more than a year in the second.
May 19th, 2013
Fabian Coulthard halted Jamie Whincup’s winning streak by defeating the Triple 8 Holdens in race three of V8 Supercars’ Austin weekend. Whincup had won both Saturday races to add to his two wins out of three in the preceding event at Barbagallo
May 18th, 2013
Jamie Whincup reeled off another V8 Supercars victory in race two at Austin, as he and Craig Lowndes took Triple 8′s second one-two of the day. Whincup and Lowndes controlled the race throughout, running side by side through the opening sweeps before the champion moved clearly ahead
May 18th, 2013
Jamie Whincup fended off Triple 8 Holden team-mate Craig Lowndes to win V8 Supercars’ maiden American race at Austin.
April 6th, 2013
Fabian Coulthard followed up his breakthrough Melbourne performance with his first win in a V8 Supercars championship round at Symmons Plains.
March 1st, 2013
Shane van Gisbergen claimed pole position for his new Tekno Autosports team as V8 Supercars’ new era commenced with qualifying in Adelaide.
November 17th, 2012
Jamie Whincup led home Craig Lowndes in a one-two for the Triple 8 Holden squad in the first race at Winton on Saturday to continue his march towards a fourth V8 Supercar title. The race was dominated by tyre strategy after the safety car appeared to allow the wreckage of an opening lap shunt between Jason Bright, Rick Kelly and James Courtney to be cleared up. The bunching-up that took place looked set to hand James Moffat an unlikely win after the Dick Johnson Ford driver started the race on the softer of the two compounds of tyre that must be used.
November 17th, 2012
Mark Winterbottom gave his slim V8 Supercars title hopes a boost by beating championship leader Jamie Whincup to pole position at Winton. The FPR Ford man jumped to the top of the timesheets for the first time with nine minutes of qualifying remaining, setting a 1m23.1443s that would ultimately prove unmatched. It was far from comfortable however, with the field all pitting for fresh rubber in the final minutes.
November 4th, 2012
Jamie Whincup completed his domination of V8 Supercars’ Abu Dhabi Grand Prix support triple-header by winning race three on Sunday morning. The reigning champion’s path towards a fourth series title looks even more secure after the Yas Marina weekend, where Whincup’s three wins in as many races took his victory tally for the season to 11. The Triple 8 Holden driver had a minor brush with Ford Performance Racing’s Will Davison at the start, but held the lead as Tim Slade swept through from fourth on the grid to take second.
November 3rd, 2012
Jamie Whincup claimed his ninth victory of the V8 Supercar season in the first of three races supporting the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. The Triple 8 Holden driver made a good start from second on the grid to challenge Ford Performance Racing’s Will Davison, who had started from pole position at Yas Marina, into the first corner
October 5th, 2012
Jamie Whincup was fastest in preliminary qualifying for V8 Supercars’ showpiece Bathurst 1000. Triple Eight’s reigning champion set the pace with a 2m07.7145s in the Holden he will share with Paul Dumbrell on Sunday. The identity of Whincup’s nearest challenger was a surprise, as Brad Jones Racing’s Fabian Coulthard got within 0.0786 seconds of toppling the points leader
August 4th, 2012
Craig Lowndes claimed victory in the first race of the V8 Supercars’ Queensland Raceway weekend.
June 17th, 2012
Craig Lowndes claimed his first victory of the 2012 V8 Supercars season with a late charge in the second Hidden Valley race on Sunday.
April 22nd, 2012
Mark Winterbottom resisted a fast-closing Jamie Whincup to take his first points-paying victory of the 2012 V8 Supercars season in the series’ final Hamilton street race. Whincup recovered from a crash in qualifying and a poor start to hunt down Winterbottom.
December 3rd, 2011
Craig Lowndes took a crucial victory in the penultimate round of the V8 Supercars championship in Sydney as his title rival Jamie Whincup finished only 20th after having to pit for repairs. Lowndes had looked unlikely to make any inroads into his Triple Eight Holden team-mate’s points lead when he spun in the top 10 shoot-out qualifying session this morning and left himself only 10th on the grid. But in a race shaped by incidents and fuel strategy amid several safety car periods, Lowndes carefully worked his way to the front, taking the lead from Garry Rogers Holden driver Michael Caruso on lap 61 of 74, and then nursing his car to the flag on its last drops of fuel – the timing of the final safety car and pitstops having forced most of the field to conserve fuel through the last 28 laps.
November 12th, 2011
Jamie Whincup notched up yet another win in race one of V8 Supercars’ Symmons Plain event, leading team-mate and title rival Craig Lowndes in a Triple Eight Holden one-two. Whincup was beaten off the line by Mark Winterbottom, but managed to repass the Ford Performance Racing car at Turn 6 on lap 11 of 50
September 18th, 2011
Craig Lowndes and Mark Skaife wrapped up their second straight Phillip Island 500k victory, bringing Lowndes closer to his Triple Eight Holden team-mate Jamie Whincup in the V8 Supercars title race. Lowndes looked set to come under pressure from the flying Shane van Gisbergen in the closing stages as the Stone Brothers Ford kept its tyres in better shape than the leaders and mounted a late charge. But when van Gisbergen’s handling went off with six laps to go, he slowed dramatically.
September 17th, 2011
Shane van Gisbergen took victory for Stone Brothers Racing in the second of the grid-deciding sprint races that set the starting order for V8 Supercars’ Phillip Island 500k. Ford driver van Gisbergen benefited from his co-driver John McIntyre having made their car’s compulsory pitstop in the first sprint
September 17th, 2011
Will Davison led from start to finish in the first of the two short sprint races that will determined the grid for V8 Supercars’ first endurance race of the season, the Phillip Island 500k. Today’s qualifying races see the cars’ driver pairings split, with each one taking part in one of the two sprints and the results combined to form the grid for Sunday’s main event. Each car must make a compulsory pitstop in one of the qualifying sprints.
September 17th, 2011
Will Davison and Jamie Whincup took the pole positions for the two sprint races that will decide the grid for the Phillip Island 500k race this weekend.