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Broc Feeney leads Red Bull 1-2 in Bathurst qualifying

Red Bull Ampol Racing’s Broc Feeney will be last in this afternoon’s Top 10 Shootout after setting the pace ahead of teammate Will Brown in qualifying.

There was late drama when Matt Payne went straight ahead at Murray’s Corner in his Penrite Racing Ford Mustang, which caught out fellow New Zealander Ryan Wood. The Mobil 1 NTI Racing rookie was in the Top 10 Shootout until officials deemed he failed to slow down for yellow flags in the final sector dropping him to 14th.

Feeney set a 2:05.9872s lap before this as he locked away his spot, with Brown 0.298s off the benchmark.

TRADIE Racing’s David Reynolds was another nearly caught up in Payne’s incident, but failed to set his fastest final sector ensuring his lap remained. The Supercars veteran was third.

Chaz Mostert led the Ford charge in fourth for Mobil 1 Optus Racing ahead of Erebus Motorsport’s Todd Hazelwood, the Shell V-Power Racing Team Mustang of Anton De Pasquale and James Golding for Nulon PremiAir Racing.

Cameron Hill makes his first Top 10 Shootout appearance qualifying the Tyrepower Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 in eighth ahead of a fellow debutant in the one lap dash, Penrite Racing’s Richie Stanaway.

There will be two Matt Stone Racing Camaros in the Top 10 Shootout as Nick Percat is elevated in courtesy of Wood’s penalty.

Jack Le Brocq narrowly missed a Shootout berth as Payne will weirdly start ahead of Wood, while Tickford Racing continued its disappointing start as Thomas Randle was 16th and Cam Waters 20th.

Others lower than anticipated included Andre Heimgartner in 17th and Will Davison back in 21st.

The Top 10 Shootout is due to commence at 1:05pm AEDT followed by Race 1 at 4:05pm AEDT.