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March 16th, 2012
Ford Performance Racing’s Mark Winterbottom took victory in the qualifying race that kicked off V8 Supercars’ non-championship event on the Australian Grand Prix support bill in Melbourne. In an unusual rules twist for this race, the three cars running at the tail of the field on each lap from laps three to eight had to retire to leave a 10-car shoot-out over the final three laps of the event, which set the grid for race two later today.
March 4th, 2012
Will Davison and Mark Winterbottom gave Ford Performance Racing a one-two finish in race two of the V8 Supercars season-opener in Adelaide.
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 19th, 2011
Rick Kelly took victory in the wet in the first of this weekend’s Sandown V8 Supercar races, as points leader Jamie Whincup tumbled back to 13th place and lost ground to title rival Craig Lowndes. That championship twist had looked highly unlikely after qualifying, when Whincup had joined Kelly on the front row and his Triple Eight Holden team-mate Lowndes had struggled to 27th. But while Whincup quickly recovered from fourth to second following a slow start, as the race progressed he steadily lost ground – dropping back at restarts particularly in an event that featured three safety car interruptions, and admitting that the ever-worsening conditions had made him very uneasy
November 19th, 2011
Rick Kelly made the best of wet conditions at Sandown to secure pole position for race one of the penultimate event of the V8 Supercars season.
November 13th, 2011
Paul Dumbrell grabbed pole position for the second V8 Supercars race at Symmons Plains, while championship leader Jamie Whincup qualified 12 places ahead of his title rival and Triple Eight Holden team-mate Craig Lowndes. Whincup held pole for much of the middle of the session before the Ford Performance Racing cars of first Mark Winterbottom, then Friday practice pacesetter Dumbrell jumped ahead in the closing moments. Dumbrell was able to take the second pole of his V8 career with a 51.3062s lap, 0.0231 seconds quicker than Winterbottom
October 23rd, 2011
Mark Winterbottom and Richard Lyons claimed victory in the second and final V8 Supercars race at Surfers Paradise. Lyons started the race and was able to remain in touch with the lead Triple Eight Holdens, providing Winterbottom with the perfect platform from which to attack. He snatched the lead less than ten laps from the end, clinching his and the FPR squad’s first victory of the year, and only Ford’s third of the season
October 21st, 2011
Triple 8 Holden’s title contenders Jamie Whincup and Craig Lowndes set the pace in practice for this weekend’s Gold Coast 600 in Surfers Paradise. The pair also enjoyed the fastest international team-mates, as four-time Champ Car champion Sebastien Bourdais and triple WTCC champion Andy Priaulx – who scored a podium during last year’s visit – finished top of the pile
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.
August 20th, 2011
Craig Lowndes finally claimed his first V8 Supercar race win of 2011 in the opening leg of today’s two-part Queensland Raceway round. The Triple Eight Holden driver led throughout the 22-lap race, while Tim Slade (James Rosenberg/Stone Brothers Ford) maintained the form that saw him qualify on the front row for the first time to keep Lowndes in sight throughout, eventually finishing a second adrift in the runner-up spot. Jamie Whincup lost a little ground at the start before coming back through to third place in the second Triple Eight car
August 20th, 2011
Craig Lowndes took pole position for the first part of this weekend’s V8 Supercars event at Queensland Raceway.
February 12th, 2011
Triple Eight once again dominated V8 Supercar qualifying in Abu Dhabi, but this time it was race one winner Jamie Whincup who took pole. The Holden star outpaced team-mate Craig Lowndes by just over 0.2 seconds to put himself in the perfect position to maintain his 100 per cent win rate at the Yas Marina circuit.
February 11th, 2011
Australian touring car legend Craig Lowndes secured pole position for the first V8 Supercar race of the season with a superb lap in Abu Dhabi. It was a great session for the Triple Eight team, with the sister Vodafone-backed car of Jamie Whincup lining up second
December 4th, 2010
Fujitsu Racing’s Lee Holdsworth has taken pole position for race one of the Sydney Telstra 500 on the streets of Homebush. Holdsworth was seventh fastest before the shootout, but a clean lap on a slightly damp track paid off for him, taking pole by just under a tenth of a second from Mark Winterbottom, who also moved up six places in the shootout from eighth beforehand. Quickest before the shootout, reigning series champion and championship challenger Jamie Whincup could only manage third in the shootout, just 0.0019 of a second slower than Winterbottom
November 21st, 2010
Jim Beam Racing’s James Courtney boosted his championship chances with victory in an interrupted and shortened race two of the Norton 360 Challenge at Sandown. Courtney looked set to lose a little ground to his championship rivals as he ran behind both of them in the first half of the race. But a red flag just after half distance, after Michael Caruso made contact with Will Davison at the end of the back straight and sent them both heavily into the tyres in the sam place as Tander yesterday, changed the complexion of the race
November 20th, 2010
Bottle-O Racing’s Paul Dumbrell took his maiden V8 Supercar race win in race one of the Norton 360 Challenge at Sandown, but only after a red flag and full race restart caused by contact between Dumbrell and Garth Tander on the opening lap of the original start of the race. Dumbrell ran wide at turn one on the first attempt to start the race, going across the grass and rejoining at turn three where he and Tander made contact, the two cars making contact again at turn four and they battled side-by-side up the back straight. As they prepared to enter the sweeping left, Tander’s tyre deflated, sending him off into the tyre barriers at speed, Tander’s day over on the spot
November 20th, 2010
Team Vodafone’s Jamie Whincup has taken pole position for race one of the Norton 360 Challenge at Sandown.
October 23rd, 2010
Garth Tander bagged pole position for the Gold Coast 600 at Surfers Paradise with a brilliant lap in the shootout.
October 23rd, 2010
GRM Holden driver Lee Holdsworth set the pace in qualifying for the Gold Coast 600 at Surfers Paradise. He booked his place in the top 10 pole position shoot-out with a great lap of 1m11.9101s, just 0.0062s faster than the Commodore of Garth Tander
September 11th, 2010
Team Vodafone’s Steve Owen continued where he left off in qualifying, leading from start to finish in race one of the of the L&H 500 at Phillip Island. Owen was never really threatened despite a safety car period early in the 14 lap race