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Monday September 13 at 6.00pm: 2006 Winton Race 11
The deciding race at Winton Motor Raceway saw Craig Lowndes on pole alongside Paul Dumbrell.
An opening lap tangle sent championship points leader Russell Ingall spearing off the track and out of contention.
After topping qualifying and winning the first race of the weekend, Jason Bright battled with Craig Lowndes throughout the 46-lap thriller, but was unable to topple the #888 driver.
Wednesday September 15 at 10.00am: 2002 Ipswich Race 21
The pre-Bathurst 500-kilometre race was one to remember, seeing Stone Brothers Racing’s David Besnard and Simon Wills claim career-first victories at Queensland Raceway.
Disaster struck for Greg Murphy when his Kmart Commodore coughed and spluttered out of the lead, and Jamie Whincup made his Supercars debut.
Sunday September 19 at 6.00pm: 2002 Perth Race 15
A fierce battle between Greg Murphy and Mark Skaife off the line saw the pair exchanging the lead throughout the opening lap at Barbagallo Raceway.
Lead competitors come unstuck at the Perth circuit, with Skaife, Craig Lowndes, and Marcos Ambrose all spearing off onto the infield.
Jason Bright would prevail to claim victory and the round win in Perth, with Greg Murphy and David Besnard rounding out the podium.