Jamie Whincup assumed the V8 Supercars Championship lead with a piece of good fortune created by Craig Lowndes.
James Courtney accused rival Will Davison of looking like a fool!
Craig Lowndes is off to a flying start in Tasmania.
Fast Facts for this weekend's Formula One 2015 Australian Grand Prix
Triple Eight will expand to three cars in the V8 Supercars championship from the 2016 season, with Shane Van Gisbergen joining the Red Bull-backed team.
An action packed qualifying session also saw two prominent drivers in the wall.
Whincup crosses the line for the race win and becomes the first ever six-time V8 Supercar champion.
With Scott McLaughlin securing his ninth pole position of the season, things were definitely looking up for the young star.
The young Volvo driver takes another pole as Whincup maintains his championship form.
The young star stunned with a spectacular late charge in qualifying.
The Kiwi was on fire during his performance at the shootout and was rewarded with his second consecutive pole position.
The Winterbottom and Lowndes feud could reignite on the Gold Coast.
Warren Luff and Craig Lowndes have suffered a heavy shunt in practice.
The championship lead has changed hands after the third race at Queensland Raceway
Michael Caruso was shattered by a late race penalty for punching into the side of Scott McLaughlin.
The first of three races this weekend has gone to Jamie Whincup has he charges back into championship contention
McLaughlin and Mostert were again 1-2 in practice.
Craig Lowndes: “It’s been an incredible experience for me to come to Spa and achieve third with the team..."