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Tasmania Supercars: Luff beats Tander in co-driver practice

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Tasmania Supercars: Luff beats Tander in co-driver practice
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Apr 5, 2019, 12:29 AM

Warren Luff topped the additional drivers practice session at Symmons Plains ahead of former Supercars teammate Garth Tander.

Luff went quickest with four minutes of the half-hour session to go, his 51.064s putting the #2 Walkinshaw Andretti United Holden on top.

That time dropped Tander – Luff's former Holden Racing Team co-driver – down to second, Red Bull Holden's big off-season signing having sat on top for the majority of the session thanks to an early 51.267s that was lowered to a 51.197s at the halfway mark.

Will Brown was a late improver to end up third quickest in the #99 Erebus Holden, Tony D'Alberto leading the way for the Mustangs with fourth in the #12 Penske Ford.

Craig Lowndes slipped back to fifth having run as high as second earlier on in the #88 Red Bull car, followed by James Moffat (#55 Tickford Ford) and Luke Youlden (#9 Erebus Holden).

Ash Walsh (#14 Brad Jones Racing Holden) was eighth, Jack Perkins (#22 WAU Holden) ninth and Jack Smith in the Wildcard BJR entry rounding out the Top 10.

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Series Supercars
Event Symmons Plains
Author Andrew van Leeuwen