In a weekend where Shell V-Power Racing scored their first (and second and third) race wins, and Chaz Mostert stood on top of the podium for the first time since 2015, there was plenty to talk about around Albert Park.
Supercars.com takes you through what you may have missed from a busy weekend racing at the Australian Grand Prix.
Chaz won a race and the battle for best photo bomb of the weekend.
Cam Waters broke the local laws by passing a footy this way.
Getting a lift
Taz Douglas went from an excavator to race car, while his team worked just as hard changing liveries mid-way through the weekend.
Odd man out
Someone at Preston Hire Racing missed the memo about posing.
Scott's side gig
When he's not racing cars, Scott McLaughlin spends his time trying out as the newest member of Daft Punk.
Cool story, bro
Team boss Ryan Story is clearly a fan of McLaughlin and Fabian Coulthard's sweet sounds with this jig.
Best seats in the house
Prodrive proves it can upcycle old tyres into new chairs.
Former F1 driver and Triple Eight co-founder Derek Warwick passes on some advice to Shane van Gisbergen after getting a lift around Albert Park in his Supercar.
Old sparring partners, now mates
Craig Lowndes catches up with former F3000 rival and Red Bull Racing boss Christian Horner.
Will Davison's cousin, James, took a break from racing in the US to head home and cheer the family on, with other cousin Alex racing in Carrera Cup and grandfather Lex honoured with an entrance road at Albert Park named after him.
Rick Kelly sets a new high score in Snake II after an up and down weekend in the Altima.
Kimi told us to leave him alone because he knew what he was doing 😜 Nah he actually was really chatty and it was so cool to meet the Iceman! pic.twitter.com/FhpAn2pLBt