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Sime Tyres twins
Ford FPR transporter John Bowe in the 888 OzEmail Ford gets air borne
Race winner Marcos Ambrose celebrates victory and championship
Russell Ingall and Marcos Ambrose
Ford and Holden flags
X-Box grid girl
Glenn Seton about to pass Mark Noske Team mates Glenn Seton and Craig Lowndes looking for a good finish to the season
Anthony Tratt taking in the atmosphere
Marcos Ambrose Marcos Ambrose in the Pirtek Ford during Friday's practice
John Bowe pushing the OzEmail Falcon
The lovely Caltex grid girls Porter in the pits for a front ësplitterí
AVESCO grid girl
Winterbottom on the front row of the grid Lansvale Commodore of Cameron McConville
Marcos Ambrose acknowledges the crowd The Enforcer Russell Ingall keeping Mark Skaife at bay
Riccardello gets final instructions Glenn Seton
Marcos Ambrose devil racer mascot Greg Murphy finished outside the top 10
The 2003 V8 Supercar Series Champion
Winner Round 3 V8 Supercars, Marcos Ambrose
Another charming Caltex grid girl
Jason Bright finished third for the second practice session Russell Ingall
Steven Ellery onto the grass
Steve Ellery looking for a good finish this weekend to round off the season OzEmail team mate John Bowe leads Brad Jones
Mark Skaife gets airborne during the warm up Rookie Jamie Whincup finished tenth for the session
Greg Murphy trying to find a away around Brad Jones
Millerís car gets the final treatment before the race Steven Richards hoping for a good finish for the final race
Mark Skaife grabs pole position Marcos Ambrose seals the championship with Jason Bright and Max Wilson finishing on the podium
Garth Tander gets airborne on Friday and takes out the first offical practice Paul Weel in the second Team Brock Commodore
Riccardello prefers to wear his ërabbits footí charm
Winterbottom takes on some fluids before the race
Marcos Ambrose is Ford through and through Rick Kelly will be out to help team mate Greg Murphy win his first championship