Winton Supercars: van Gisbergen dominates Race 2

The first stint was a carbon copy of yesterday’s race, Waters leading the way as van Gisbergen sat patiently just under a second behind.
And, like yesterday, it was the Kiwi that prompted the pair to make their stops when he took his mandatory service on Lap 15.
Waters predictably responded by pitting the next lap and once again he resumed right in front of van Gisbergen.
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Winton Supercars: Waters bags both Sunday poles

In the first of the two 10-minute sessions the battle for pole came down to a two-way fight between Waters and Shane van Gisbergen.
There was nothing to split them either, almost literally, with their lap times identical to the third decimal point.
In the end it was a 0.0006s margin that helped Race 1 winner Waters snag pole ahead of van Gisbergen.
The top four in the first session was …Keep reading Source

Lausitzring DTM: Auer holds off charging van der Linde for pole

Auer, who won the opening round of the 2022 season in Portimao and has three DTM victories to his name at the east German track, posted the benchmark time of 1m30.654s in the opening half of the 20-minute session but couldn’t improve his time further as others around him closed in.
Van der Linde, who had been 0.25s behind the Austrian at the halfway point in the session, produced two laps less …Keep reading Source

Winton Supercars: Waters holds on in thrilling opener

Waters won out at the start, a smart launch from the outside of the front row helping him clear van Gisbergen on the run to Turn 1.
Will Brown actually got the best start of anyone from fourth on the grid and even managed to briefly sneak past van Gisbergen at the first corner.
It was short-lived, though, Brown sliding on the exit of Turn 2, which allowed van Gisbergen to get down the inside …Keep reading Source

Curious closure prompts DJR sponsor shuffle

Fast.co had featured on the front bumper of the DJR Mustangs since last year’s season-ending Bathurst 1000.
It was still on the cars as of the Perth SuperNight earlier this month, however has been replaced by Repco signage for this weekend’s Winton SuperSprint.
That’s because Fast was recently shut down by controversial founder Domm Holland after reportedly spending $US10 million per month …Keep reading Source

2022 Supercars Winton SuperSprint – Start time, how to watch, channel & more

This will be the first time Winton has hosted Supercars since the pandemic began, COVID-19 having put paid to plans to race there in 2020 and 2021.
Supercars running will be restricted to two days with two practice sessions, three qualifying sessions and three 110-kilometre races across Saturday and Sunday.
Practice kicks off on Saturday morning with a pair of half-hour sessions before …Keep reading Source