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Top tens for both Bulls at the GC500 finale

Broc Feeney – Car #88
Qualifying, Race 26 – 13th (01:10.8982)
Race 26 – Eighth

Championship standings – Fourth (2192 points)

Shane van Gisbergen – Car #97
Qualifying, Race 26 – Fourth (01:10.5209)
Top Ten Shootout – Ninth (no time recorded due to kerb strike)
Race 26 – Fifth

Championship standings – Second (2565 points)

Teams’ Championship standings – Second (4727 points)

Broc Feeney – Car #88
“It was frustrating to miss out again on the top ten shootout. We were pretty quick in the first run but then we got yellow flags at the end which hurt us getting into the ten. We certainly had good pace same as yesterday and we probably would have been around P5 or P6, but we weren’t and that made it pretty difficult once again. From where we were in the race, we probably couldn’t have got too much further up the grid, but we had a bit more race pace which was good and got some points on the guys who we’re racing in the championship. It wasn’t a great weekend – I’m certainly not stoked with it, but we walked away with some points and a clean car. I can’t wait to get back to Adelaide – I love that place. We’ve got four weeks between now and then so I’m pretty keen to recharge and bounce back pretty strong. It’s been a disappointing weekend and I’m not super proud of how we went.”

Shane van Gisbergen – Car #97
“I had a pretty bad day today. I want to thank the guys and girls in the team for their amazing effort all week. It’s the toughest track we have on cars, and the cars themselves ran faultlessly. The maintenance that was done to the cars overnight to get them in race shape today was fantastic, and they ran great today. I look forward to Adelaide now and hopefully enjoy my last full-time Supercars event.”