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Super3 young gun storms to Bathurst pole by five seconds

TYLER Everingham will start the final Dunlop Super2 Series race at the Repco Bathurst 1000 from pole position, while young gun Kai Allen stormed to pole in the Super3 class by a record margin.

Everingham’s second pole of the season headlines an all-Nissan front row with Matt Payne set to start alongside.

While the expected rain stayed away throughout the session, wet patches and cool temperatures made conditions tricky for both Super2 and Super3 Series runners.

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Everingham went out early in Q2 and turned lap after lap before watching the close of the session from the pits, his 2m07.5959s effort holding up against all challenges.

Zak Best and Cameron Hill complete the second row, ahead of championship leader Declan Fraser who lodged a late flyer that vaulted him from outside the top 10 into fifth on the grid alongside Jay Hanson.

The Q2 session for Super2 runners was largely uneventful, save for Matt McLean grazing the Sulman Park wall on his way to seventh, while Reef McCarthy gave the same wall a harder whack that left him unable to improve on a time that left him 16th on the grid.

The MW Motorsport crew repaired Angelo Mouzouris’ Altima overnight after its heavy crash in Race 1, the youngster rewarding their efforts with 11th on the grid.

Everingham claimed his second pole of the 2022 season. Pic: Speed Shots Photography / Nathan Wong

SUPER3 – Allen smokes the field by record margin

Kai Allen added another pole position to his collection for 2022, and this time by a record-shattering margin.

The Eggleston Motorsport pilot topped Saturday morning’s Q1 session, his ninth pole of the season coming with a margin of 5.4140 seconds. It’s a new category record, almostdoubling the old margin of 2.2 seconds set by Nash Morris at Sydney Motorsport Park last year.

“They were tricky conditions out there with some wet patches – had a few moments over the top!” Allen, whose time held up for eighth on the overall grid, said.

Next best were a pair of retro-liveried Falcons, Dave Murphy’s Team Vodafone-liveried BF edging Ray Hislop’s FPR-liveried FG by just under 0.3s.

Brad Vaughan limps back to the pits after hitting the wall during qualifying. Pic: Speed Shots Photography / Nathan Wong

The session was disastrous for Super3 title contender Brad Vaughan, who slid into the wall above the Dipper on what was supposed to be his first flying lap of the session.

“I’d already made a blue on my lap at Turn 1 so I was taking it easy, I was just in first gear and it snapped away from me,” Vaughan said.

“I’m not sure if something broke or I hit a puddle.”

The final Dunlop Series race of the Bathurst 1000 weekend gets underway at 4:00pm AEDT.

RESULTS: Dunlop Series, Race 2 Qualifying – Bathurst

PosNo.DriversCarClassTime
127Tyler EveringhamNissan AltimaDS22m07.5959s
210Matt PayneNissan AltimaDS2+0.2112s
378Zak BestFord Falcon FG XDS2+0.4577s
4111Cameron HillHolden Commodore VFDS2+0.5003s
5777Declan FraserHolden Commodore VFDS2+0.6872s
649Jay HansonHolden Commodore VFDS2+1.2767s
754Matt McLeanHolden Commodore VFDS2+1.2853s
826Kai AllenHolden Commodore VEDS3+1.3962s
930Aaron SetonHolden Commodore VFDS2+1.4015s
103Thomas MaxwellNissan AltimaDS2+1.4190s
116Angelo MouzourisNissan AltimaDS2+1.5520s
1238Cameron CrickHolden Commodore VFDS2+1.8493s
1358Ryal HarrisHolden Commodore VFDS2+1.9784s
1411Zane MorseHolden Commodore VFDS2+2.1033s
1567Nash MorrisFord Falcon FG XDS2+2.6449s
16999Reef McCarthyHolden Commodore VFDS2+3.2721s
178Elly MorrowHolden Commodore VFDS2+4.6748s
1824David MurphyFord Falcon FGDS3+6.4205s
1923Ray HislopFord Falcon FGDS3+6.8102s
2035Jason GomersallFord Falcon FGDS3+6.8156s
217Jim PollicinaHolden Commodore VEDS3+7.2652s
224Tony AuddinoFord Falcon BFDS3+8.1063s
232Steven PageHolden Commodore VE IIDS3+9.2754s
24219James MastertonHolden Commodore VEDS3+9.5750s
2576Garry HillsHolden Commodore VE IIDS3+9.9315s
2625Paul BoschertHolden Commodore VEDS3+11.3152s
2746Jarred DanaherFord Falcon FGDS3+13.6748s
2896Gary CollinsHolden Commodore VE IIDS3+14.5912s
295Brad VaughanFord Falcon FGDS3NTR
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