In case anyone doubted Whincup’s skills after his mediocre SuperTest performance, he just added two more notches to his belt.
Who will win the season finale? Scott McLaughlin is off to a good start.
An action packed qualifying session also saw two prominent drivers in the wall.
The man just doesn’t know how to quit.
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 rising star advances to the top-ten shootout but where’s Winterbottom (Frosty)?
Red Bull continues to perform at a level far beyond any of their adversaries this weekend.
Red Bull duo Craig Lowndes and Jamie Whincup dominated qualifying with Whincup getting the upper hand on his teammate in both sessions.
Career pole for Caruso
Lee Holdsworth: "It's a little bit disappointing as we had a really good car at the start of the session,”
The Top Ten Shoot-out begins tomorrow at 5pm.
Tomorrow, the Nissan Motorsport will be on track at 10.05am AEST for practice, while on Sunday, a final practice will be held at 7.25am ahead of ‘The Great Race’ at 10.30am.
After asserting themselves as midfield contenders in qualifying, Russell brought the black Altima home in 15th place during his qualifying race.
Jamie Whincup was just two-hundredths of a second quicker than Fabian Coulthard in Saturday's qualifying for the first part of the 60/60 split race format
Top performance by Coulthard puts him in prime spot for Friday's race.
Fabian Coulthard and Shane van Gisbergen nailed down the front row in Melbourne as the V8 Supercars teams prepare for the first of the two non-points race. Jason Bright was second in qualifying but had to pay a penalty.