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Championship leader Brodie Kostecki paces last session before qualifying

A large margin split Repco Supercars Championship leader Brodie Kostecki and the rest of the pack leading into qualifying for Sunday’s Bathurst 1000 following the fourth practice session.

Kostecki led the way on a 2m 05.121s to be 0.631s clear of Scott Pye’s Toyota Forklifts Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 as Chaz Mostert headed the Ford charge in his Mobil 1 Optus Racing Mustang was a further 0.039s behind.

Cam Waters was fourth in the Monster Energy Racing Mustang in his best showing of the weekend so far, with the pacesetter in the third practice session Matt Payne rounding out the top five for Penrite Racing.


Shell V-Power Racing Team’s return to form continued as Anton De Pasquale was sixth ahead of James Golding in the Nulon Racing Camaro, Castrol Racing’s Thomas Randle, Broc Feeney in the lead Red Bull Ampol Racing entry and Jack Le Brocq for Truck Assist Racing.

The first driver to miss the top 10 was Kostecki’s Coca-Cola Racing by Erebus teammate Will Brown as he led James Courtney, Will Davison, Andre Heimgartner and Cameron Hill.

Shane van Gisbergen went down the escape road at the end of the session to finish in 17th ahead of David Reynolds and Mark Winterbottom.

A slight hit with the wall at The Grate for the Blanchard Racing Team entry of Aaron Love and Jake Kostecki was the only drama for the session.

Teams continued to practice brake and driver changes during the session, later completing qualifying runs.

Supercars return to the track at 4:15pm AEDT this afternoon to decide grid positions 11-28 and the Top 10 Shootout contenders.