FPR proves once again that they’re the team to beat this weekend.
The Bathurst 1000 action has gotten underway.
Although Frosty puts FPR on top yet again, his accomplishment was eclipsed by mayhem on the track.
FPR shows that they’re ready to come out swinging to defend their title.
Saturday's on track action features a pair of 10 minute long qualifying sessions ahead of twin 100km races.
Whincup unleashed his trademark late run to claim fastest time in practice
In the first year of introducing new brands to the sport there were two Mercedes-Benz and four Nissan Altimas in the top ten in Friday's V8 Supercars practice at the Hidden Valley circuit.
Lee Holdsworth continued his impressive lead-up to the Great Race with the seventh fastest time of the session with 2:09.37 in the Irwin Tools E63 AMG.
Slade clipped the wall at turn three, damaged his steering and hit the wall heavily at turn four with the right front corner of the car.
Holdsworth recorded Erebus' best practice result at the Winton 400. He was second to Lockwood Racing's Fabian Coulthard and in front of VIP Petfood's Shane van Gisbergen.
Winterbottom enjoyed the return to a revamped Pukekohe Park Raceway
Former V8 Supercar Champion James Courtney back swinging in Townsville.