The talk of Tasmania was the 12-car pile-up in Saturday's race while Shell V-Power Racing continued its impressive form, claiming a 1-2 on Sunday.
Supercars.com takes you behind the scenes of a race weekend that will be talked about for a long time.
Fabian Coulthard, Phil Keed, Michael Caruso, Lee Holdsworth, Charlie Schwerkolt and Russell Ingall compare notes under the red flag.
Wide as plates
Scott must have seen the repair bill across the field.
James Courtney was caught striking a pose...
Then tried to get revenge on the paparazzi.
New lid, new lights
Chaz Mostert's new helmet has some fancy tricks.
It's not just crews and drivers who work hard.
Passing on tips
Wonder what was being said here...
Moff took the fan signing session too literally.
In the mist
Friday's early racing plans were halted by the fog. So were some PR opportunities.
Taz Douglas and James Courtney reinterpret the famous Overland Track for themselves.
BJR wreckers open today 8am - 5pm— Tim Slade (@_TimSlade_) April 8, 2017
Holden Commodore VF II specialists
Symmons Plains Intl Raceway
14872 Midland Hwy
Perth Tas 7300 pic.twitter.com/meMVUUqRO8
Anyone in the market for a heavily modified Nissan Altima? 14 months old, only driven on weekends. Near new. May need wheel alignment..— Rick Kelly (@rickkelly) April 8, 2017
Saturday night was the chance to pick up a few cheap spares.
Watch your back
Craig Lowndes may have two admirers in this pic.
Make it rain!
Chaz's little trick didn't quite go to plan.
The BJR truck looks like a place for a decent chin-wag.
@daffidreynolds haha can't believe my cars not knackered for once!— Lee Holdsworth (@LeeHoldsworth) April 8, 2017
Holdsworth finally had a change of fortune.
Off to a flying start
Todd Kelly's zipline was probably the smoothest part of this weekend.
Say no more.