Townsville Supercars: Waters completes practice sweep

Cam Waters completed a clean sweep of practice sessions in Townsville by edging Scott McLaughlin in the second half-hour hit-out.

Townsville Supercars: Waters completes practice sweep

The Tickford driver backed up his Practice 1 pace in the second session, jumping to the top early with a 1m12.624s.

He then improved amid a flurry of qualifying simulations right at the end of the session, a 1m12.295s leaving Waters 0.15s clear of one-lap master Scott McLaughlin.

DJR Team Penske switched its focus to qualifying in the second session, McLaughlin joined in the top three by Fabian Coulthard.

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Nick Percat and Chaz Mostert were fourth and fifth fastest, as David Reynolds continued his promising start to the weekend with the sixth best time.

Mark Winterbottom was seventh ahead of Shane van Gisbergen, Lee Holdsworth and Jamie Whincup.

Cla # Driver Time Gap Interval
1 6 Australia Cameron Waters 1'12.295    
2 17 New Zealand Scott McLaughlin 1'12.451 0.155 0.155
3 12 New Zealand Fabian Coulthard 1'12.459 0.163 0.008
4 8 Australia Nick Percat 1'12.549 0.253 0.089
5 25 Australia Chaz Mostert 1'12.641 0.346 0.092
6 9 Australia David Reynolds 1'12.665 0.369 0.023
7 18 Australia Mark Winterbottom 1'12.748 0.453 0.083
8 97 New Zealand Shane van Gisbergen 1'12.769 0.474 0.020
9 5 Australia Lee Holdsworth 1'12.806 0.511 0.037
10 88 Australia Jamie Whincup 1'12.833 0.537 0.026
11 44 Australia James Courtney 1'12.837 0.541 0.004
12 2 Australia Bryce Fullwood 1'12.850 0.554 0.013
13 99 Australia Anton De Pasquale 1'12.863 0.567 0.013
14 55 Australia Jack Le Brocq 1'12.883 0.588 0.020
15 3 Australia Macauley Jones 1'12.887 0.592 0.004
16 35 Australia Garry Jacobson 1'12.918 0.623 0.031
17 7 New Zealand Andre Heimgartner 1'12.935 0.640 0.016
18 22 New Zealand Chris Pither 1'12.982 0.687 0.047
19 15 Australia Rick Kelly 1'13.029 0.734 0.047
20 20 Australia Scott Pye 1'13.032 0.737 0.003
21 34 Australia Zane Goddard 1'13.069 0.774 0.036
22 14 Australia Todd Hazelwood 1'13.095 0.800 0.026
23 4 Australia Jack Smith 1'13.304 1.008 0.208
24 19 Australia Alex Davison 1'13.531 1.236 0.227
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