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David Thexton overshoots the Chicane Greg Murphy uses the ripple strip to his advantage
Promo girls were everywhere over the weekend
Craig Lowndes through the Chicane Greg Murphy heads down the back straight
Todd Kelly accepts the cheque and plaque after capturing his first career pole Russell Ingall
Pole sitter Todd Kelly dropped back to spot Marcos Ambrose during practice
Mark Skaife retains spot Steven Richards was the first casualty
Russell Ingall passes Mark Skaife and has Todd Kelly in his sights
Max Wilson at the Dog Leg Wall damage for Simon Wills
Russell Ingall fends of Greg Murphy and Mark Skaife on the last lap Craig Baird up on two wheels
Greg Murphy hoping for a repeat of his Bathurst victory
Max Wilson and Steven Johnson out of the top 10 Mark Skaife chases Greg Murphy
Simon Wills hot on the heels of rookie Jamie Whincup The front disc of David Besnard’s Ford still glowing
Max Wilson Russell Ingall
Seton at the Foster’s Chicane
Kelly was in the wars from the start Holden Racing Team’s Jeff Grech monitors Todd Kelly as he crosses the line to take pole
David Besnard looks disappointed with his effort after not making the top 10
The wall wins again Greg Murphy
Drivers battle at the first chicane
Besnard sporting damage after a handful of laps Todd Kelly
Garth tander at the Dog Leg Mark Skaife leads the pack
David Besnard along Beach Straight
Officials used the tyre barriers to prevent drivers from kerb hoping Russell Ingall on his way to winning race one
The V8 field in Pit Lane Russell Ingall prepares for the shoot out
Skaife prepares for his shot at pole position
The view of the pits and Pit Straight
The Shell Helix team monitor Steven Johnson’s progress Bargwanna at the Dog Leg
Russell Ingall Paul Morris
John Bowe attempting to reel in Paul Weel Jason Richards out of the Do Leg
Mark Skaife running in third Jason Richards car get’s the all clear for the weekend
Todd Kelly under fire from Russell Ingall