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Mustangs collide to hand Red Bull one-two in third Supercars race of the GP weekend.

Mustangs collide to hand Red Bull one-two in third Supercars race of the GP weekend.

Triple Eight’s Broc Feeney has taken a dramatic win in Supercars’ Saturday race at the Australian Grand Prix, after the leading Fords collided in today’s sprint race.

Triple Eight’s Broc Feeney has taken a dramatic win in Supercars’ Saturday race at the Australian Grand Prix, after the leading Fords collided in today’s sprint race.

Feeney took the lead on Lap 2 of the scheduled 14 when the Monster Energy Ford of Cam Waters and the Penrite Ford of Matt Payne came together at the final corner.

Both drivers were unharmed in the incident, but exchanged heated words in the cabin of Payne’s Mustang following the crash that took both out of Race 5 of the 2024 Supercars season.

Feeney was followed by teammate Will Brown across the line, with Walkinshaw Andretti United’s Chaz Mostert third in what the Gold Coaster called “a Bradbury moment.”

Despite starting fourth and sixth respectively in today’s race, the result marks the third 1-2 of the season for the Red Bull Ampol Chevrolet squad.

Supercars’ final race of four at the MSS Security Melbourne SuperSprint takes place tomorrow morning at 10:25 a.m. AEDT.

Brown’s championship lead over Feeney has shrunk to 12 points through five races in the 2024 season.

The two Queenslanders are also the only true contenders for the Larry Perkins Trophy, to be awarded to the highest-scoring driver across this weekend’s races.

Heading into Sunday, Brown leads Feeney by just three points, but will have his work cut out from him starting from ninth, while Feeney goes from sixth.

Mostert will start from pole in Sunday’s race, with today’s victirms Payne and Waters starting second and third.

All Supercars sessions at the MSS Security Melbourne SuperSprint will be broadcast live on Fox Sports, while Network Ten is the free-to-air broadcast partner of the Australian Grand Prix.

Mustangs collide to hand Red Bull one-two in third Supercars race of the GP weekend.

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Owen George

Editor & Chief of Gold Coast Magazine is a lover of great coffee and sharing the stories of the people, places, and events that make the Gold Coast such a great city

Mustangs collide to hand Red Bull one-two in third Supercars race of the GP weekend.

Mustangs collide to hand Red Bull one-two in third Supercars race of the GP weekend.

Triple Eight’s Broc Feeney has taken a dramatic win in Supercars’ Saturday race at the Australian Grand Prix, after the leading Fords collided in today’s sprint race.

Triple Eight’s Broc Feeney has taken a dramatic win in Supercars’ Saturday race at the Australian Grand Prix, after the leading Fords collided in today’s sprint race.

Feeney took the lead on Lap 2 of the scheduled 14 when the Monster Energy Ford of Cam Waters and the Penrite Ford of Matt Payne came together at the final corner.

Both drivers were unharmed in the incident, but exchanged heated words in the cabin of Payne’s Mustang following the crash that took both out of Race 5 of the 2024 Supercars season.

Feeney was followed by teammate Will Brown across the line, with Walkinshaw Andretti United’s Chaz Mostert third in what the Gold Coaster called “a Bradbury moment.”

Despite starting fourth and sixth respectively in today’s race, the result marks the third 1-2 of the season for the Red Bull Ampol Chevrolet squad.

Supercars’ final race of four at the MSS Security Melbourne SuperSprint takes place tomorrow morning at 10:25 a.m. AEDT.

Brown’s championship lead over Feeney has shrunk to 12 points through five races in the 2024 season.

The two Queenslanders are also the only true contenders for the Larry Perkins Trophy, to be awarded to the highest-scoring driver across this weekend’s races.

Heading into Sunday, Brown leads Feeney by just three points, but will have his work cut out from him starting from ninth, while Feeney goes from sixth.

Mostert will start from pole in Sunday’s race, with today’s victirms Payne and Waters starting second and third.

All Supercars sessions at the MSS Security Melbourne SuperSprint will be broadcast live on Fox Sports, while Network Ten is the free-to-air broadcast partner of the Australian Grand Prix.

Mustangs collide to hand Red Bull one-two in third Supercars race of the GP weekend.

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Owen George

Editor & Chief of Gold Coast Magazine is a lover of great coffee and sharing the stories of the people, places, and events that make the Gold Coast such a great city