It was back-to-back wins for Shane van Gisbergen on the mountain wrapping up back to back round wins at the Mountain.
Cameron Waters finished second a massive redemption drive for him after finishing 20th on Saturday after starting in 2nd. Chaz Mostert finalised the final podium step.
Meanwhile, James Courtney had an early departure just 10 laps in but left with these words “It was me, mate. We were in the train and the front tyre temp was crazy and understeering, so we were tuning the car so I wasn’t understeering on my own and the balance shifted completely the other way. So yeah, it just caught myself out just up at the Cutting there. I’d like to blame someone else but yeah, it was me mate.”
Youngster Brodie Kostecki perhaps seeing some retirements and close calls decided to have a “hold my water” moment and launched his car all four tyres off the track at The Chase trying to dive bomb on the inside of David Reynolds, narrowly missing the wall and continuing on.