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Brodie Kostecki claims his first pole in Sydney

Brodie Kostecki claims his first pole in Sydney

Last year a confident rookie and this year a formidable competitor, Brodie Kostecki has claimed his first pole position today in Sydney.

Last year a confident rookie and this year a formidable competitor, Brodie Kostecki, has claimed his first pole position today in Sydney.

The 24-year old who drives the #99 for Boost Mobile Erebus dominated the greasy conditions and managed to be in the right position as the rain increased towards the end of the shootout.

This is a continued rise of form; with Kostecki rising steadily in the past two seasons with a podium at the 2021 Bathurst 1000 and now a pole position, we are sure a win will be headed his way in 2022.

This sets the grid for this afternoon’s 300km race with Brodie Kostecki on Pole Position, alongside Anton De Pasquale on the front row and Cameron Waters and Broc Feeney following up in third and fourth.

Last night’s race winner and defending Supercars‘ Champion Shane van Gisbergen can’t be ruled out from anywhere on the grid – and the Red Bull ace will start from 21st this afternoon after a mistake in qualifying.

Brodie Kostecki claims his first pole in Sydney
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Brodie Kostecki claims his first pole in Sydney

Brodie Kostecki claims his first pole in Sydney

Last year a confident rookie and this year a formidable competitor, Brodie Kostecki has claimed his first pole position today in Sydney.

Last year a confident rookie and this year a formidable competitor, Brodie Kostecki, has claimed his first pole position today in Sydney.

The 24-year old who drives the #99 for Boost Mobile Erebus dominated the greasy conditions and managed to be in the right position as the rain increased towards the end of the shootout.

This is a continued rise of form; with Kostecki rising steadily in the past two seasons with a podium at the 2021 Bathurst 1000 and now a pole position, we are sure a win will be headed his way in 2022.

This sets the grid for this afternoon’s 300km race with Brodie Kostecki on Pole Position, alongside Anton De Pasquale on the front row and Cameron Waters and Broc Feeney following up in third and fourth.

Last night’s race winner and defending Supercars‘ Champion Shane van Gisbergen can’t be ruled out from anywhere on the grid – and the Red Bull ace will start from 21st this afternoon after a mistake in qualifying.

Brodie Kostecki claims his first pole in Sydney
Copyright: EDGE Photographics

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