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Shane van Gisbergen takes third pole of the season in Sydney

A last gasp lap from Shane van Gisbergen has placed his Red Bull Ampol Racing Chevrolet Camaro on pole, edging fellow New Zealander Andre Heimgartner for pole ahead of this afternoon’s 150km race at Sydney Motorsport Park.

Van Gisbergen set a time of 1m 29.910 to snatch pole from the R& J Batteries Racing driver by 0.056s, with Broc Feeney making two Red Bull Ampol Camaros in the top three.

The rising star will have the Middy’s Racing entry of Bryce Fullwood for company on the second row, while new championship leader following last night’s victory Brodie Kostecki is fifth in his Coca-Cola Raicng by Erebus Camaro alongside the lead Mustang of Monster Energy Racing’s Cam Waters.

Veteran Mark Winterbottom will start seventh in the DEWALT Racing Camaro, with good news story David Reynolds sharing the fourth row. The Penrite Racing crew was up to the early morning completing repairs on Reynolds’ Mustang after a crash at Turn 9 during Race 18.

Shell V-Power Racing Team’s Anton De Pasquale and Will Brown for Coca-Cola Racing by Erebus completed the top 10.

Rookie Cameron Hill nearly replicated his top 10 run from yesterday in 11th as Scott Pye, Jack Le Brocq, Macauley Jones, James Courtney and Chaz Mostert filled to 16th.

James Golding and Will Davison will have work to do towards the end of the grid.

This afternoon’s Repco Supercars Championship event is due to commence at 3:30pm AEST.