This collates the single fastest lap set by each team, by any of its drivers, in any session across the three days.
The bulk of the fastest times came during ARMOR ALL Qualifying on Sunday morning, as drivers headed out with refined set-ups in slightly cooler ambient temperatures on a track that was rubbering-up nicely.
Three drivers went quicker in the ARMOR ALL Top 10 Shootout that followed, while another three – Mark Winterbottom, Will Davison and Nick Percat – actually turned their fastest times in Practice 3 on Saturday morning.
In the case of Winterbottom, that was Tickford Racing’s fastest lap of the weekend, while Davison moved 23Red Racing up three places compared to where his Sunday qualifying result would have sat.
From Red Bull HRT’s van Gisbergen to the rookie team and driver combination of Matt Stone Racing and Todd Hazelwood, just 1.2012 seconds covered the teams.
Again, each team is ranked by the single fastest race lap set by one of its drivers, on either day.
There is little change at the top, other than Walkinshaw Andretti United’s position being far more indicative of its Adelaide form than it's outright fastest lap, set by James Courtney to be 14th in Sunday qualifying.
That makes WAU one of only two teams – Tekno Autosports with rookie Jack Le Brocq the other – to get within a second of its best lap for the weekend during the race.
The largest margin is Nissan Motorsport, at 1.454 seconds with a 1:21.4466s set by Rick Kelly after he rejoined the Saturday race 13 laps down, having tagged the Turn 3 wall the first time around.
Kelly, Garth Tander, Percat and Tim Blanchard were the only drivers to turn a faster race lap on Saturday than Sunday.
In race trim, the pack is even closer, with 0.5272s covering every team other than MSR.