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Erebus take maiden 1-2 in dominating Perth performance

Coca-Cola Racing by Erebus has scored its first 1-2 result in its Repco Supercars Championship history as Will Brown dominated to take his second career win in Perth from teammate Brodie Kostecki.

Brown was in impeccable form to seal a 6.256s victory from championship leader Kostecki, while James Courtney was on podium for Snowy River Racing following through on his qualifying promise.

Brown held off Penrite Racing’s David Reynolds into Turn 1 as Kostecki demoted the Ford Mustang a spot under brakes into Turn 7.

Disaster struck the next lap for Reynolds when the Shell V-Power Racing Ford Mustang of Anton De Pasquale tried to replicate Kostecki’s move at Turn 7, but instead locked an inside brake and sent both wide. A 15s penalty was given to De Pasquale as Reynolds failed to recover finishing 14th.

Courtney was elevated to third, but had no answer for the Coca-Cola by Erebus duo as he held off Chaz Mostert in the Optus Mobil 1 Racing Mustang for third.

Behind, Shane van Gisbergen was fifth in the lead Red Bull Ampol Racing Camaro passing Will Davison on the penultimate lap as Todd Hazelwood for the Blanchard Racing Team, the Monster Energy Racing entry of Cam Waters, Penrite Racing rookie Matt Payne and Andre Heimgartner driving the R&J Batteries Brad Jones Racing Chevrolet completed the top 10.

Broc Feeney climbed to 13th from 21st, Nick Percat was 19th and De Pasquale finished 22nd ahead of Randle.

Rookie Cameron Hill was delayed by a gear lever problem and a similar malady dropped Tim Slade out of the event too.

The final race in Perth will commence at 3:45pm AWST or 5:45pm AEST.