Sixth in the third and final race was enough to clinch overall round honours. Davison also won a race at Winton later that year.
James Courtney: Race 1, Ipswich 2008
James Courtney finally broke through for a maiden race win at Queensland Raceway for Stone Brothers Racing.
He finished sixth in Race 2, with second in Race 3 enough to finish third overall for the weekend.
Shane van Gisbergen: Race 6, Hamilton 2011
The first of Shane van Gisbergen's 40 career wins fittingly came on home soil, with the Kiwi defeating Lee Holdsworth in the Hamilton finale in 2011.
Then aged just 21, van Gisbergen announced himself with a great drive, and won at Darwin later in the season in a season he finished fourth overall.
Nick Percat: Bathurst 1000, 2011
First Bathurst, first win. Nick Percat's dream came true in a big way in 2011 when he paired with Garth Tander and the Holden Racing Team for a famous victory.
The son of a Holden man, Percat nearly crashed at Griffin's Bend midway through the race, but was consigned to a nervous wait in the pits as Tander defied a rampant Craig Lowndes to win the Great Race.
Fabian Coulthard: Race 3, Tasmania 2013
After years of trying, Fabian Coulthard finally won a points-paying race at Symmons Plains. It came in a thrilling 60/60 sprint, with the Brad Jones Racing driver overtaking Whincup early in the second stanza.
He returned on the Sunday to win again, and claimed a number of brilliant victories for the team afterwards, notably in Adelaide in 2015.
Chaz Mostert: Race 24, Ipswich 2013
Fresh-faced rookie Chaz Mostert helped DJR to its first win in three years during a dramatic finale at Queensland Raceway. He recorded a two-second victory over Will Davison, with Mark Winterbottom and David Reynolds making it a Ford top-four sweep.
Incredibly, he became the 10th different winner of the season, and was the least experienced of the bunch.
David Reynolds: Race 31, Gold Coast 2013
David Reynolds backed up his morning pole position, and made the most of late drama for James Courtney, to claim victory alongside Dean Canto on the Surfers streets.
It ended a long wait for then-28-year-old Reynolds, who benefited from a steering arm failure for Courtney with less than 20 laps remaining.