Prodrive top three in qualifying

  • Virgin Australia Supercars Championship
  • |
  • 17/05/2015
  • By V8 Supercars

The Ford Falcon FG X has continued its domination at the NP300 Navara Winton SuperSprint, with Prodrive locking down the top three starting spots for this afternoon's 200km race.

Chaz Mostert nabbed to the top spot - his fifth ARMOR ALL Pole Position for the 2015 season - just 0.189sec faster than teammate Mark Winterbottom, with his 1min23.1334 lap.

"It's a bit crazy, I didn't expect three poles this morning - it's awesome," Mostert said.

"It's a credit everyone at PRA for giving me a lickety-split car."

He was mindful of needing to get off the line quicker than Winterbottom today, after his teammate has gotten the jump the last few times they have started alongside.

David Reynolds backed up his top three qualifying result yesterday to land on the second row, with Michael Caruso alongside in his Nissan Altima. Caruso was confident ahead of qualifying after finishing on the podium yesterday.

Will Davison has continued his form after winning Sunday's race in Perth, with the Erebus Mercedes in fifth.

The first Holdens in the order were Fabian Coulthard and Craig Lowndes, set to line up on the fourth row.

Scott Pye in his DJR Team Penske FG X finished ninth, with rookie Andre Heimgartner 12th - an impressive performance from all the Falcons in the field.

Though the Walkinshaw Racing Commodores were quick early in the piece, the best qualifying result came from Tim Slade, starting 15th and alongside James Courtney.

Jamie Whincup was the shock of the session to start 22nd - the Winton curse continues for the reigning champ.

Click here for full results.

The race begins at 1.45pm local time - follow at home on FOX SPORTS 506.

Stay In The Know
Sign up to the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship Newsletter