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Feeney claims the top step in Tassie, SVG dominates after Race 11 DNF

Broc Feeney – Car #88

Qualifying, Race 11 Second (0:50.8364)

Qualifying, Race 12Sixth (0:50.7438)

Race 11 First

Race 12Second

Championship standingsFifth (795 points)


Shane van Gisbergen – Car #97

Qualifying, Race 1111th (0:51.0892)

Qualifying, Race 12Ninth (0:50.8527)

Race 11DNF

Race 12Fourth

Championship standingsFourth (814 points)


Teams’ Championship standingsSecond (1609 points)


Broc Feeney – Car #88

“It was a pretty good Sunday for us, and even better that we get to bring some silverware home. We got a win and a second today, and #97 had a great recovery in the last race. I still feel like every weekend I’m only getting better. It was a bit over 12-months ago that I got my first podium here, so it was great to be back in Tassie. I feel like we’re continuously building and building, and I’ve been driving a lot of cars as well. Since our last Supercars event in Perth, I was in Thailand racing GTs and I’m doing a heap of that stuff to help my racing. We have to keep lifting our game because the Erebus boys have certainly raised the bar this year and we have to keep hunting them down.”


Shane van Gisbergen – Car #97

 “For how my car looked after today’s first race – watching the guys put it back together to get me out on the grid, and noticing how much of the car still wasn’t right – it wasn’t straight and was obviously pretty bent, but to get it mechanically sound and safe and to be able to go out on track and get a decent haul of points is unreal, so a huge thanks to the guys there. The crew also did an amazing pit stop again – we came in early and jumped a few people and hung on to the end, so that was great. You certainly have to look at those positives after today. Onto Darwin now, and I’m looking forward to revealing our pretty amazing indigenous liveries.”