2007 Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000
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The 2007 Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 was an endurance race for V8 Supercars, held on 7 October 2007 at the Mount Panorama Circuit near Bathurst in New South Wales, Australia. It was the tenth round of the 2007 V8 Supercar Championship Series.

The race was the eleventh running of the Australian 1000, first held in 1997 following an organisational split that occurred with the Bathurst 1000 in that year. It was the 51st race in the combined history of the Bathurst 1000 and the Australian 1000.

Entry List

31 cars were entered in the race – 15 Holden Commodores and 16 Ford Falcons. Four drivers would make their Bathurst 500/1000 debuts - , Andrew Thompson, Shane van Gisbergen and David Reynolds. Van Gisbergen would become the second youngest starter in the races' history at 17 years, 4 months and 28 days old.

A series of drivers would also make their last entries in 2007 - Simon Wills, , Christian Murchison, Cameron McLean and John Bowe, whilst it would also be the last starts for Paul Weel and Paul Radisich - despite both entering the 2008 race. The aforementioned Verdnik would make his only start in 2007.

No. Drivers Team Car No. Drivers Team Car
1 Australia Rick Kelly
Australia Garth Tander
HSV Dealer Team
(HSV, Toll)
Holden Commodore VE 20 Australia Paul Dumbrell
Australia Paul Weel
Paul Weel Racing
(Supercheap Auto Insurance)
Holden Commodore VE
2 Australia Mark Skaife
Australia Todd Kelly
Holden Racing Team
(Holden, Mobil 1)
Holden Commodore VE 021 New Zealand Shane van Gisbergen
New Zealand John McIntyre
Team Kiwi Racing
(Makita)
Ford Falcon BF
3 Australia Mark Noske
Australia
Tasman Motorsport
(Firepower)
Holden Commodore VE 22 Australia Glenn Seton
Australia Nathan Pretty
Holden Racing Team
(Holden, Mobil 1)
Holden Commodore VE
4 Australia James Courtney
Australia David Besnard
Stone Brothers Racing
(Jeld-Wen)
Ford Falcon BF 25 Australia Jason Bright
Australia Adam Macrow
Britek Motorsport
(Fujitsu)
Ford Falcon BF
5 Australia Owen Kelly
New Zealand Matthew Halliday
Ford Performance Racing
(Orrcon Steel)
Ford Falcon BF 26 Australia Warren Luff
Australia Alan Gurr
Britek Motorsport
(Irwin Tools)
Ford Falcon BF
6 Australia Mark Winterbottom
New Zealand Steven Richards
Ford Performance Racing
(Castrol)
Ford Falcon BF 33 Australia Lee Holdsworth
Australia Dean Canto
Garry Rogers Motorsport
(Valvoline, Cummins)
Holden Commodore VE
7 Australia Shane Price
Australia Jack Perkins
Perkins Engineering
(Jack Daniel's)
Holden Commodore VE 34 Australia Greg Ritter
Australia Cameron McLean
Garry Rogers Motorsport
(Valvoline, Cummins)
Holden Commodore VE
8 Australia Jason Bargwanna
Brazil Max Wilson
WPS Racing
(WOW Sight & Sound)
Ford Falcon BF 39 New Zealand Fabian Coulthard
New Zealand Chris Pither
Paul Morris Motorsport
(Sirromet Wines)
Holden Commodore VZ
9 Australia Russell Ingall
Australia Luke Youlden
Stone Brothers Racing
(Caltex)
Ford Falcon BF 50 Australia Cameron McConville
Australia David Reynolds
Paul Weel Racing
(Supercheap Auto Insurance)
Holden Commodore VE
10 Australia Michael Caruso
Australia Grant Denyer
WPS Racing
(WPS Financial Services)
Ford Falcon BF 51 New Zealand Greg Murphy
New Zealand Jason Richards
Tasman Motorsport
(Firepower)
Holden Commodore VE
11 Australia Marcus Marshall
New Zealand Kayne Scott
Perkins Engineering
(Jack Daniel's)
Holden Commodore VE 55 Australia Steve Owen
Australia Tony D'Alberto
Rod Nash Racing
(Autobarn Garage Tuff)
Holden Commodore VZ
12 Australia Andrew Jones
New Zealand Simon Wills
Brad Jones Racing
(BOC Gas and Gear)
Ford Falcon BF 67 Australia Paul Morris
Australia Steve Ellery
Paul Morris Motorsport
(Sirromet Wines)
Holden Commodore VE
14 Australia
Singapore Christian Murchison
Brad Jones Racing
(BOC Gas and Gear)
Ford Falcon BF 88 United Kingdom Richard Lyons
Denmark Allan Simonsen
Triple Eight Race Engineering
(Vodafone)
Ford Falcon BF
16 New Zealand Paul Radisich
New Zealand Craig Baird
HSV Dealer Team
(HSV, Toll)
Holden Commodore VE 111 Australia John Bowe
Australia Jonathon Webb
Paul Cruickshank Racing
(Glenfords Tools)
Ford Falcon BF
17 Australia Steven Johnson
Australia Will Davison
Dick Johnson Racing
(Jim Beam Cola)
Ford Falcon BF 888 Australia Craig Lowndes
Australia Jamie Whincup
Triple Eight Race Engineering
(Vodafone)
Ford Falcon BF
18 Australia Alex Davison
Australia Andrew Thompson
Dick Johnson Racing
(Jim Beam Cola)
Ford Falcon BF

Practice

Free practice was held over three sessions on Thursday, 4 October and Friday, 5 October 2007.

Qualifying

Qualifying was held in two stages on Friday, 5 October 2007. The opening part of the session decided grid positions 21 to 31, with the twenty fastest cars progressing to the second leg of qualifying which decided grid positions 11 to 20. The fastest ten cars progress through to the traditional Top Ten Shootout, held the following day to decide grid positions 1 to 10. During the first leg of qualifying, crashed the Team BOC #14 Falcon, sustaining a concussion and sufficient damage to the car to put White and co-driver Christian Murchison out of the race.

After qualifying three cars, the #22 Holden Racing Team Commodore of Glenn Seton and Nathan Pretty, the #20 Supercheap Auto Racing Commodore of Paul Dumbrell and Paul Weel and the #55 Autobarn Racing Commodore of Steve Owen and Tony D'Alberto were excluded from qualifying after changing engines twice when under the regulations only one engine change is allowed without penalty. Additionally, Alex Davison missed a direction to have his car weighed on the scales at the end of the second leg qualifying which saw the Dick Johnson Racing Falcon excluded from the second leg of qualifying, relegating them to 20th grid position, which later became 19th after the exclusion of the Seton/Pretty Commodore.

Top 10 Shootout

The Top Ten Shootout was held on Saturday, 6 October 2007. Paul Radisich set the first time as the tenth qualifier at 2:08.4909. Lee Holdsworth undercut that time by three-tenths of a second with third car Steven Johnson improving the benchmark to 2:08.0782. Greg Murphy, Russell Ingall, James Courtney and Craig Lowndes all failed to improve on Johnson's time, with Ingall spinning off track at Murray's Corner. Garth Tander took almost eight-tenths off Johnson with Mark Skaife nudging a further tenth. Last car out, Mark Winterbottom drove a smooth clean lap and took pole position over Skaife by 0.1067 seconds.

Race

The race was held on Sunday, 7 October 2007. For the first time since 1978, the race did not start at 10am. Channel Seven, who were the new broadcasters of the race, chose to start the race at 10:30am to maximise the chance of a prime-time finish.[1] The time would change again in 2019, when it was moved to 11:30am for a similar reason.[1]

The race had not even started before it had its first retirement. Cameron McConville's car had an engine failure heading up Mountain Straight and he retired at Griffins Bend. The race was started, which after the field had passed McConville's car, the race director deemed the car was in an unsafe position and the safety car was deployed. The race resumed on Lap 4 and was without incident until Lap 52 when Andrew Jones's car caught fire at Forrests Elbow. He was able to drive the car safely to the gravel trap in The Chase and then marshals were able to extinguish the fire. The drivers resumed racing on Lap 53. Another safety car period did not occur until lap 91 when Marcus Marshall crashed the second Jack Daniel's Racing car. On Lap 102, Jack Perkins's car caught fire inside the car in the other Jack Daniel's Racing car. Perkins was able to drive the car into the pit lane and the fire was extinguished by the Britek Motorsport crew. On Lap 118, Dean Canto slid wide and crashed at Reid Park causing another safety car period.

Earlier the #1 Toll HSV Dealer Team car was retired with persistent brake fluid problems. At the time, this would have serious implications on the championship standings. Three laps later, the sister Toll HSV Dealer Team car retired with the same problem as the #1 car. Lap 134 saw the retirement of the #26 IRWIN Racing Britek Motorsport, Alan Gurr was at the wheel, crashed upon the restart. A lap later, Mark Noske retired with problems.

The final hour

The race was considered to be an uneventful one until lap 142, when rain started to fall at different parts of the circuit, including Skyline, The Cutting and parts of Conrod Straight.[2] Paul Morris spun the #67 Team Sirromet Wines into the wall at The Cutting, causing the safety car to be deployed. On Lap 148, rain was falling lightly on top of the mountain and five cars all fell victim to the wet conditions. Jason Bright, Russell Ingall, Mark Skaife and Shane van Gisbergen all crashed just before McPhillamy Park Corner, Van Gisbergen hitting the rear of Ingall's slowing car, causing the Team Kiwi Racing Falcon to pit. Ingall made it back to the pits, but Skaife and Bright ended up in the gravel trap. Just after the restart, Shane van Gisbergen spun at Murray's Corner. With only two laps remaining Race Control decided against deploying the safety car; instead telling crews to warn drivers.

Thirteen laps to go, Winterbottom continued to maintain the large lead that his teammate Richard's built up throughout the race despite choosing to not change to wet tyres on the rain drenched track, until he ran off at The Chase, nearly rolling the car in the gravel trap, which relinquished his lead to Lowndes, with Johnson, Murphy and Courtney all passing him as a consequence. The incident damaged Winterbottom's steering, costing him a chance to podium as a result. The moment is considered to be one of the most iconic moments of Bathurst, with critics calling the incident "one of the biggest chokes in Bathurst history".[3]

In the final laps, Craig Lowndes, Steven Johnson, Greg Murphy and James Courtney were fighting for the win. Johnson passed Lowndes and held the lead. Courtney passed Murphy for third and Simonsen (5th) attempted an outside pass up Mountain Straight, but did not pull it off. One lap later, Lowndes passed Johnson at Hell Corner, pushing them both slightly wide, allowing Courtney to get past Johnson for second. They stayed that way right up until the chequered flag. Lowndes had won his third Bathurst 1000, Whincup had won his second and Ford had won their second consecutive win. Greg Murphy was the best placed Holden, coming in fourth, after being passed by Courtney on Lap 148. It was also the first time that Ford swept the podium at Bathurst since 1988.[2] The final hour was considered to be one of the best finishes in Bathurst 1000 history until 2014, when the race win was determined by a last lap pass.

Results

Qualifying

Pos No Name Car Team Part 2 Part 1
1 6 Australia Mark Winterbottom
New Zealand Steven Richards
Ford BF Falcon Ford Performance Racing 2:07.1481
2 2 Australia Mark Skaife
Australia Todd Kelly
Holden VE Commodore Holden Racing Team 2:07.4512
3 1 Australia Garth Tander
Australia Rick Kelly
Holden VE Commodore Toll HSV Dealer Team 2:07.3856
4 888 Australia Craig Lowndes
Australia Jamie Whincup
Ford BF Falcon Team Vodafone 2:07.6214
5 4 Australia James Courtney
Australia David Besnard
Ford BF Falcon Jeld-Wen Racing 2:07.9036
6 9 Australia Russell Ingall
Australia Luke Youlden
Ford BF Falcon Caltex Havoline Racing 2:07.9066
7 51 New Zealand Greg Murphy
New Zealand Jason Richards
Holden VE Commodore Tasman Motorsport 2:08.0331
8 17 Australia Steven Johnson
Australia Will Davison
Ford BF Falcon Jim Beam Racing 2:08.0881
9 33 Australia Lee Holdsworth
Australia Dean Canto
Holden VE Commodore Garry Rogers Motorsport 2:08.2545
10 16 New Zealand Paul Radisich
New Zealand Craig Baird
Holden VE Commodore Toll HSV Dealer Team 2:08.3500
11 34 Australia Greg Ritter
Australia Cameron McLean
Holden VE Commodore Garry Rogers Motorsport 2:08.4006
12 25 Australia Jason Bright
Australia Adam Macrow
Ford BF Falcon Britek Motorsport 2:08.6625
13 12 Australia Andrew Jones
New Zealand Simon Wills
Ford BF Falcon Team BOC 2:08.9001
14 88 United Kingdom Richard Lyons
Denmark Allan Simonsen
Ford BF Falcon Team Vodafone 2:08.9718
15 11 Australia Marcus Marshall
New Zealand Kayne Scott
Holden VE Commodore Jack Daniel's Racing 2:08.9984
16 50 Australia Cameron McConville
Australia David Reynolds
Holden VE Commodore Supercheap Auto Racing 2:09.0878
17 3 Australia Mark Noske
Australia
Holden VE Commodore Tasman Motorsport 2:11.2633
18 18 Australia Alex Davison
Australia Andrew Thompson
Ford BF Falcon Jim Beam Racing Excluded
19 8 Australia Jason Bargwanna
Brazil Max Wilson
Ford BF Falcon WPS Racing 2:09.5378
20 26 Australia Warren Luff
Australia Alan Gurr
Ford BF Falcon Britek Motorsport 2:09.7122
21 5 Australia Owen Kelly
New Zealand Matt Halliday
Ford BF Falcon Ford Performance Racing 2:09.8141
22 111 Australia John Bowe
Australia Jonathon Webb
Ford BF Falcon Paul Cruickshank Racing 2:09.8464
23 7 Australia Shane Price
Australia Jack Perkins
Holden VE Commodore Jack Daniel's Racing 2:10.0196
24 67 Australia Paul Morris
Australia Steve Ellery
Holden VE Commodore Team Sirromet Wines 2:10.0945
25 39 New Zealand Fabian Coulthard
New Zealand Chris Pither
Holden VZ Commodore Team Sirromet Wines 2:10.3498
26 021 New Zealand Shane van Gisbergen
New Zealand John McIntyre
Ford BF Falcon Team Kiwi Racing 2:10.4038
27 14 Australia
Singapore Christian Murchison
Ford BF Falcon Team BOC 2:11.2080
28 10 Australia Michael Caruso
Australia Grant Denyer
Ford BF Falcon WPS Racing 2:11.5360
29 22 Australia Glenn Seton
Australia Nathan Pretty
Holden VE Commodore Holden Racing Team Excluded Excluded
30 20 Australia Paul Dumbrell
Australia Paul Weel
Holden VE Commodore Supercheap Auto Racing Excluded Excluded
31 55 Australia Steve Owen
Australia Tony D'Alberto
Holden VZ Commodore Autobarn Racing Excluded

Top ten shootout

Pos No Driver Team Time
Pole 6 Australia Mark Winterbottom Ford Performance Racing 2:07.0908
2 2 Australia Mark Skaife Holden Racing Team 2:07.1961
3 1 Australia Garth Tander Toll HSV Dealer Team 2:07.2871
4 17 Australia Steven Johnson Jim Beam Racing 2:08.0782
5 33 Australia Lee Holdsworth Garry Rogers Motorsport 2:08.1812
6 888 Australia Craig Lowndes Team Vodafone 2:08.2449
7 51 New Zealand Greg Murphy Tasman Motorsport 2:08.3672
8 4 Australia James Courtney Jeld-Wen Racing 2:08.3911
9 16 New Zealand Paul Radisich Toll HSV Dealer Team 2:08.4909
10 9 Australia Russell Ingall Caltex Havoline Racing 2:19.5966

Starting grid

The following table represents the final starting grid for the race on Sunday:

Inside row Outside row
1 Australia Mark Winterbottom
New Zealand Steven Richards
6 2 Australia Mark Skaife
Australia Todd Kelly
2
Ford Performance Racing
(Ford Falcon BF)
Holden Racing Team
(Holden Commodore VE)
3 Australia Garth Tander
Australia Rick Kelly
1 17 Australia Steven Johnson
Australia Will Davison
4
HSV Dealer Team
(Holden Commodore VE)
Dick Johnson Racing
(Ford Falcon BF)
5 Australia Lee Holdsworth
Australia Dean Canto
33 888 Australia Craig Lowndes
Australia Jamie Whincup
6
Garry Rogers Motorsport
(Holden Commodore VE)
Triple Eight Race Engineering
(Ford Falcon BF)
7 New Zealand Greg Murphy
New Zealand Jason Richards
51 4 Australia James Courtney
Australia David Besnard
8
Tasman Motorsport
(Holden Commodore VE)
Stone Brothers Racing
(Ford Falcon BF)
9 New Zealand Paul Radisich
New Zealand Craig Baird
16 9 Australia Russell Ingall
Australia Luke Youlden
10
HSV Dealer Team
(Holden Commodore VE)
Stone Brothers Racing
(Ford Falcon BF)
11 Australia Greg Ritter
Australia Cameron McLean
34 25 Australia Jason Bright
Australia Adam Macrow
12
Garry Rogers Motorsport
(Holden Commodore VE)
Britek Motorsport
(Ford Falcon BF)
13 Australia Andrew Jones
New Zealand Simon Wills
12 88 United Kingdom Richard Lyons
Denmark Allan Simonsen
14
Brad Jones Racing
(Ford Falcon BF)
Triple Eight Race Engineering
(Ford Falcon BF)
15 Australia Marcus Marshall
New Zealand Kayne Scott
11 50 Australia Cameron McConville
Australia David Reynolds
16
Perkins Engineering
(Holden Commodore VE)
Paul Weel Racing
(Holden Commodore VE)
17 Australia Mark Noske
Australia
3 18 Australia Alex Davison
Australia Andrew Thompson
18
Tasman Motorsport
(Holden Commodore VE)
Dick Johnson Racing
(Ford Falcon BF)
19 Australia Jason Bargwanna
Brazil Max Wilson
8 26 Australia Alan Gurr
Australia Warren Luff
20
WPS Racing
(Ford Falcon BF)
Britek Motorsport
(Ford Falcon BF)
21 Australia Owen Kelly
New Zealand Matthew Halliday
5 111 Australia John Bowe
Australia Jonathon Webb
22
Ford Performance Racing
(Ford Falcon BF)
Paul Cruickshank Racing
(Ford Falcon BF)
23 Australia Jack Perkins
Australia Shane Price
7 67 Australia Paul Morris
Australia Steve Ellery
24
Perkins Engineering
(Holden Commodore VE)
Paul Morris Motorsport
(Holden Commodore VE)
25 New Zealand Fabian Coulthard
New Zealand Chris Pither
39 021 New Zealand John McIntyre
New Zealand Shane van Gisbergen
26
Paul Morris Motorsport
(Holden Commodore VZ)
Team Kiwi Racing
(Ford Falcon BF)
27 Australia Michael Caruso
Australia Grant Denyer
10 22 Australia Glenn Seton
Australia Nathan Pretty
28
WPS Racing
(Ford Falcon BF)
Holden Racing Team
(Holden Commodore VE)
29 Australia Paul Dumbrell
Australia Paul Weel
20 55 Australia Steve Owen
Australia Tony D'Alberto
30
Paul Weel Racing
(Holden Commodore VE)
Rod Nash Racing
(Holden Commodore VZ)

The #14 suffered a terminal crash in qualifying leaving the grid at 30 entries.

Race results

Pos No Name Team Car Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 888 Australia Craig Lowndes
Australia Jamie Whincup
Triple Eight Race Engineering Ford Falcon BF 161 6:29:10.1985 6th 72
2 4 Australia James Courtney
Australia David Besnard
Stone Brothers Racing Ford Falcon BF 161 +0.6238 8th 60
3 17 Australia Steven Johnson
Australia Will Davison
Dick Johnson Racing Ford Falcon BF 161 +0.8160 4th 51
4 51 New Zealand Greg Murphy
New Zealand Jason Richards
Tasman Motorsport Holden Commodore VE 161 +1.1712 7th 45
5 88 United Kingdom Richard Lyons
Denmark Allan Simonsen
Triple Eight Race Engineering Ford Falcon BF 161 +8.3128 14th 39
6 55 Australia Steve Owen
Australia Tony D'Alberto
Rod Nash Racing Holden Commodore VZ 161 +9.3294 Excluded 36
7 8 Australia Jason Bargwanna
Brazil Max Wilson
WPS Racing Ford Falcon BF 161 +11.8338 19th 33
8 18 Australia Alex Davison
Australia Andrew Thompson
Dick Johnson Racing Ford Falcon BF 161 +14.6462 18th 30
9 34 Australia Greg Ritter
Australia Cameron McLean
Garry Rogers Motorsport Holden Commodore VE 161 +17.8800 11th 27
10 6 Australia Mark Winterbottom
New Zealand Steven Richards
Ford Performance Racing Ford Falcon BF 161 +18.3579 1st 24
11 22 Australia Glenn Seton
Australia Nathan Pretty
Holden Racing Team Holden Commodore VE 161 +28.3388 Excluded 18
12 20 Australia Paul Dumbrell
Australia Paul Weel
Paul Weel Racing Holden Commodore VE 161 +31.7890 Excluded 15
13 5 Australia Owen Kelly
New Zealand Matt Halliday
Ford Performance Racing Ford Falcon BF 161 +1:15.1621 21st 12
14 111 Australia Jonathon Webb
Australia John Bowe
Paul Cruickshank Racing Ford Falcon BF 160 +1 lap 22nd 9
15 10 Australia Michael Caruso
Australia Grant Denyer
WPS Racing Ford Falcon BF 159 +2 laps 27th 6
16 39 New Zealand Fabian Coulthard
New Zealand Chris Pither
Paul Morris Motorsport Holden Commodore VZ 159 +2 laps 25th
DNF 9 Australia Russell Ingall
Australia Luke Youlden
Stone Brothers Racing Ford Falcon BF 149 Crash 10th
DNF 25 Australia Jason Bright
Australia Adam Macrow
Britek Motorsport Ford Falcon BF 149 Crash 12th
DNF 2 Australia Mark Skaife
Australia Todd Kelly
Holden Racing Team Holden Commodore VE 149 Crash 2nd
DNF 021 New Zealand Shane van Gisbergen
New Zealand John McIntyre
Team Kiwi Racing Ford Falcon BF 148 Spun off 26th
DNF 67 Australia Paul Morris
Australia Steve Ellery
Paul Morris Motorsport Holden Commodore VE 145 Crash 24th
DNF 3 Australia Mark Noske
Australia
Tasman Motorsport Holden Commodore VE 138 Crash 17th
DNF 16 New Zealand Paul Radisich
New Zealand Craig Baird
HSV Dealer Team Holden Commodore VE 137 Brakes 9th
DNF 1 Australia Garth Tander
Australia Rick Kelly
HSV Dealer Team Holden Commodore VE 134 Brakes 3rd
DNF 26 Australia Warren Luff
Australia Alan Gurr
Britek Motorsport Ford Falcon BF 134 Crash 20th
DNF 33 Australia Lee Holdsworth
Australia Dean Canto
Garry Rogers Motorsport Holden Commodore VE 118 Crash 5th
DNF 7 Australia Shane Price
Australia Jack Perkins
Perkins Engineering Holden Commodore VE 102 Fire 23rd
DNF 11 Australia Marcus Marshall
New Zealand Kayne Scott
Perkins Engineering Holden Commodore VE 91 Crash 15th
DNF 12 Australia Andrew Jones
New Zealand Simon Wills
Brad Jones Racing Ford Falcon BF 52 Fire 13th
DNS[4] 50 Australia Cameron McConville
Australia David Reynolds
Paul Weel Racing Holden Commodore VE 0 Engine 16th
DNS[5] 14 Australia
Singapore Christian Murchison
Brad Jones Racing Ford Falcon BF 0 Qualifying crash

Statistics

  • Pole position - #6 Mark Winterbottom - 2:07.0908
  • Fastest lap - #888 Jamie Whincup - 2:08.4651 (new lap record)
  • Average Race Speed - 154 km/h[4]
  • 7 Safety Car periods for a total of 13 Laps[4]

References

  1. ^ a b "Bathurst 1000 start time, Supercars news 2019, 2019 Bathurst 1000 schedule". Fox Sports. 11 September 2019. Retrieved 11 October 2019.
  2. ^ a b drive.com.au (10 October 2016). "BATHURST 2007: The results from first to last". Drive. Retrieved 11 October 2019.
  3. ^ "Top 10 Bathurst 1000 moments". au.motorsport.com. Retrieved 11 October 2019.
  4. ^ a b c 2007 Race Results Archive at www.natsoft.com.au Retrieved 28 November 2011
  5. ^ BATHURST 2007: The results from first to last at www.drive.com.au Retrieved 28 November 2011

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