The stage is set for the 2019 Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour, starting at 5:45am on Sunday morning.
Teams and drivers have spent two days tackling Mount Panorama, with practice on Friday and a three-stage qualifying on Saturday.
The Aston Martin driven by Jake Dennis dominated the Pirelli Top 10 Shootout, but will not start on pole.
It was handed a two-place grid penalty for pitlane speeding, before later being excluded from the Shootout for a technical breach.
That promotes a pair of Mercedes to the front-row, while the Aston entry is now set to start 12th.
Supercars fans will be tracking the progress of the likes of Chaz Mostert's BMW from 15th and Triple Eight's Mercedes of Jamie Whincup, Shane van Gisbergen and Craig Lowndes from 19th.
Further down the order, Anton De Pasquale starred in the first phase of qualifying to be 10th in a Class I MARC Car, which became 25th in the final qualifying order.
However, a combination of pitlane speeding by co-driver Paul Tracy and the removal of the car's two fastest lap times for breaching the benchmark lap time rules means the MARC entry will start 28th.
With penalties taken into account, here's how they'll line-up for the race start.
The full Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour starting order