Latest news on Sandown
Nissan will look to bolster its Circuit Safari concept in Australia with more cars and more tracks, after successfully trialling it at the Sandown 500 last weekend.
Brad Jones Racing team owner Brad Jones has hit back at Tim Slade and Ash Walsh being disqualified from the Sandown 500, labelling the decision a ‘bitter pill to swallow’.
Triple Eight team manager Mark Dutton says the team has to take responsibility for the tyres failures that cost both of its Red Bull cars dearly during today’s Sandown 500, rather than blame external factors.
Cam Waters and Richie Stanaway have combined to secure their first wins in Supercars, the young Prodrive pair taking a measured win at the Sandown 500.
Jonathon Webb has been fined $15,000 for the role he played in Todd Hazelwood’s horror shunt at Sandown yesterday.
Todd Hazelwood says he’ll try and avoid detailed analysis of his hair-raising Sandown shunt until the end of the race weekend, to help concentrate on today’s Super2 race.
Cam Waters and Richie Stanaway are the official polesitters for the 2017 Sandown 500, after Waters won the second qualifying race at the Melbourne circuit.
Luke Youlden was declared the winner of the co-driver qualifying race at Sandown, after the race was stopped a lap early due to a hair-raising crash between Todd Hazelwood and Jono Webb.
David Reynolds has taken provisional pole position at Sandown, while both of the Red Bull Holden Triple Eight cars missed out on the top five for this afternoon’s first qualifying race.
Michael Caruso kept Nissan on top in the final practice at Sandown, while Fabian Coulthard and Shane van Gisbergen came to blows in tricky conditions.
Garry Rogers Motorsport has rolled out two very different retro liveries across its two Commodores for this weekend’s heritage-themed Sandown 500.