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May 20th, 2012
Craig Lowndes beat the Ford Performance Racing cars to pole position for the second race of V8 Supercars’ Phillip Island event. A 1m32.3167s lap at the end of the session from the Triple Eight Holden driver gave Lowndes the top spot and meant David Reynolds (Rod Nash/FPR) missed out on his maiden V8 pole for a second day in a row, having been edged out by team-mate Mark Winterbottom on Saturday
May 19th, 2012
Mark Winterbottom escaped to victory in a spectacular first V8 Supercars race at Phillip Island, as his title rivals Jamie Whincup and Will Davison collided amid a wild dice for second place. Shane van Gisbergen fought through from 11th on the grid to take second in the Stone Brothers Ford, while his team-mate Tim Slade fended off Garth Tander (Holden Racing Team) for third. Ford filled the podium, but for much of the race it looked like it would be the Ford Performance Racing team itself that took the top three sweep
May 6th, 2012
Will Davison resisted huge pressure from Mark Winterbottom and Jamie Whincup to take his second victory of the day in the weekend’s third V8 Supercars race at Barbagallo.
May 6th, 2012
Jamie Whincup beat race one winner Mark Winterbottom to pole position for race two of V8 Supercars’ Barbagallo triple-header on Sunday morning. Ford Performance Racing team-mates Winterbottom and Will Davison held the provisional front row slots approaching the end of the 15-minute session, for which hard tyres were mandatory.
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.
April 1st, 2012
Craig Lowndes put Holden back on top in qualifying for the second V8 Supercars race of the weekend at Symmons Plains. After setting a record pace in morning practice, the Triple Eight driver put in an unbeatable 51.0408-second lap halfway through the 20-minute qualifying session for Sunday afternoon’s 200-kilometre race. Ford Performance Racing had dominated Saturday’s qualifying session and race, but had to settle for second and third with Will Davison and Mark Winterbottom in this session
March 31st, 2012
Will Davison defeated Ford Performance Racing team-mate Mark Winterbottom in a tight victory battle in the first V8 Supercars race of the weekend at Symmons Plain in Tasmania. The duo had also shared the front row, and although Winterbottom had taken pole, it was Davison who jumped ahead at the start and took charge. While his team-mate edged away, Winterbottom – who felt his winter leg injury was compromising his starts – got embroiled in hard-fought tussles with Jamie Whincup (Triple Eight Holden) and Shane van Gisbergen (Stone Brothers Ford) After shaking off van Gisbergen, Winterbottom reclaimed second from Whincup when the champion ran wide at Turn 7 just before the pitstops began.
March 31st, 2012
Mark Winterbottom led team-mate Will Davison as Ford Performance Racing filled the front row of the grid for race one of V8 Supercars’ Symmons Plain weekend. Winterbottom’s 51.4020-second lap in the closing moments of the session saw him edge his team-mate by just 0.090s
March 18th, 2012
Shane van Gisbergen triumphed in the final race of the V8 Supercars’ non-championship Australian Grand Prix support event in Melbourne, ending Mark Winterbottom’s weekend of dominance.
March 17th, 2012
Mark Winterbottom continued his winning streak in the V8 Supercars’ non-championship outing at Melbourne by sealing victory in a chaotic race three. The race was marred by opening lap carnage which involved five cars and brought about a lengthy safety car, which also served to reduce the race to a seven-lap sprint.
March 16th, 2012
Mark Winterbottom made it two wins from two races in the V8 Supercars’ non-championship Melbourne outing after a last-lap pass on Shane van Gisbergen in race two.
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 3rd, 2012
Reigning V8 Supercars champion Jamie Whincup started his title defence with a dramatic victory in the 2012 season-opener in Adelaide. The Triple Eight Holden driver used a three-stop strategy where others tried to stretch their fuel mileage on two pit visits. That set up a grandstand finish with the flying Whincup hunting down the leaders, and finally snatching first place from Ford Performance Racing’s Will Davison on the last lap as the Falcon stuttered.
March 2nd, 2012
Craig Lowndes will start from pole position for race one of the 2012 V8 Supercars season in Adelaide.
December 4th, 2011
Ford Performance Racing’s Will Davison completed a Sydney pole double in qualifying for the final race of the V8 Supercars season, but the main focus was on the battle between title rivals and Triple Eight Holden team-mates Jamie Whincup and Craig Lowndes.
December 3rd, 2011
Will Davison claimed pole for the first part of this weekend’s V8 Supercars finale in Sydney, while title rivals Jamie Whincup and Craig Lowndes will line up fifth and 10th on the grid.
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
November 12th, 2011
V8 Supercars championship leader Jamie Whincup took another pole position in qualifying for race one of this weekend’s Symmons Plain event.
October 23rd, 2011
Jamie Whincup and Sebastien Bourdais will start from pole position for the final race of the V8 Supercars weekend in Surfers Paradise, completing a clean sweep of qualifying at the event. The pair had already guided the No. 88 Triple Eight Holden to pole position and then victory in the opening race, allowing Whincup to move into the lead of the championship.
July 10th, 2011
Triple Eight’s Craig Lowndes ended Mark Winterbottom’s run of pole positions in the single qualifying session for the second race in this weekend’s Townsville 400.