In case you missed it: Watpac Townsville 400

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  • 12/07/2017
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The weather at the Watpac Townsville 400 lifted the spirits of the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship in an eventful weekend on and off the track. fills you in with the behind the scenes action as the series fight heated up.

Seeing double


Craig Lowndes shared a close moment with himself.

Cowboy country


Local NRL stars Kyle Feldt and Antonio Winterstein joined coach Paul Green and team-mate Ethan Lowe in getting a lap around the Reid Park circuit.

Bright's water fight


Jason Bright chatted away to his father Ken while he worked out where to plug in his cool suit.

On the same page


Fabian couldn't quite uncover Scott's secrets at Townsville despite looking at his homework.

Working class fan


Jimmy Barnes joined Erebus to give the team a rev-up.

Flashy kicks


Mark Winterbottom sported a new pair of race boots designed by Indigenous artist, Trent Duffy.

A good read


Rick Kelly brushed up on some light reading before a Sunday drive around the streets of Townsville.

The good Wood


Erebus racer Dale Wood was pretty pleased with his weekend in car #99.

Best seats in the car


No, it isn't an updated Altima. This is the new seat of wheels Nissan will chaperone fans around at select events.

A special welcome


The Wulgurukaba dancers joined Wilson Security GRM for a special Welcome to Country and blessing of its cars.

Something to celebrate


James Courtney had reason to be cheery after returning to the top 10 for the first time since the Clipsal 500.

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