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Sunday pole for Broc Feeney at Mount Panorama

After being bridesmaid for a Bathurst pole position in his last five starts, Broc Feeney went one better on Sunday.

Feeney was last to head out in the Top 10 Shootout and set a 2m 06.546s to eclipse Chaz Mostert’s previous benchmark by 0.098s, with the Mobil 1 Optus Racing driver broke Red Bull Ampol Racing’s monopoly in the top two positions it has held for most of the weekend.

Despite this, Will Brown isn’t too far away starting off the second row alongside James Golding in the Nulon PremiAir Racing Chevrolet rising from sixth in qualifying.

David Reynolds made amends for yesterday’s failure to record a time to set the fifth quickest to line-up beside Jack Le Brocq in the lead Erebus Motorsport Camaro ZL1.

A brush with the wall exiting The Dipper delayed Thomas Randle marginally as the Castrol Racing Mustang will start seventh, sharing the fourth row with the Shell V-Power Racing Team Ford of Will Davison.

Matt Stone Racing’s Nick Percat was ninth as Anton De Pasquale completed the top 10 in the second Shell V-Power Racing Team Mustang.

The Repco Supercars Championship will contest its second race of the season to conclude the Thrifty Bathurst 500 at 3:05pm AEDT.