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VAN GISBERGEN, DAVISON TAKE SUNDAY POLES

WILL Davison has clinched the last ever Repco Supercars Championship pole position at Pukekohe Park Raceway, rebounding after Triple Eight Race Engineering sprung a surprise.

Having been a little off the pace during the opening two days of the ITM Auckland SuperSprint, Shane van Gisbergen this morning led a Triple Eight front-row lockout for Race 28.

It puts him in the box seat for one last victory at Pukekohe before the circuit closes to motorsport next April.

Van Gisbergen and Feeney will have the Shell Mustangs of Davison and Anton De Pasquale right behind for the first 41-lap race today.

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In the second of the rapid-fire qualifying sessions, it was an all-Ford top three as Saturday race winner Davison blitzed the field with a 1:01.9211s – the fastest time of the weekend.

Among others to impress was Team 18’s Scott Pye, who has now qualified sixth for all three races.

In Race 29, Pye will be on the third row alongside Andre Heimgartner, who led the Kiwi charge yesterday.

Of those to struggle this morning were Will Brown and James Courtney, who will start outside the top 20 for both encounters.

Race 28 will get underway at 10:55am AEST/12:55pm NZST.

Later in the day, the last ever Supercars race at Pukekohe will start 2:10pm AEST/4:10pm NZST.

Will Davison. Pic: Richard Opie

Race 28 grid

1. Shane van Gisbergen
2. Broc Feeney
3. Will Davison
4. Anton De Pasquale
5. Chaz Mostert
6. Scott Pye
7. Cameron Waters
8. David Reynolds
9. Brodie Kostecki
10. Andre Heimgartner
11. Jake Kostecki
12. James Golding
13. Jack Le Brocq
14. Nick Percat
15. Bryce Fullwood
16. Mark Winterbottom
17. Macauley Jones
18. Lee Holdsworth
19. Tim Slade
20. Todd Hazelwood
21. Will Brown
22. Thomas Randle
23. Jack Smith
24. James Courtney
25. Chris Pither

Race 29 grid

1. Will Davison
2. Cameron Waters
3. Anton De Pasquale
4. Broc Feeney
5. Andre Heimgartner
6. Scott Pye
7. David Reynolds
8. Shane van Gisbergen
9. Chaz Mostert
10. Nick Percat
11. Thomas Randle
12. Jack Le Brocq
13. Brodie Kostecki
14. Tim Slade
15. Mark Winterbottom
16. Bryce Fullwood
17. Lee Holdsworth
18. James Golding
19. Macauley Jones
20. Todd Hazelwood
21. Will Brown
22. Chris Pither
23. James Courtney
24. Jack Smith
25. Jake Kostecki

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