Macauley Jones triggered a red flag in the sixth minute of Practice 2 when he fired off at the Chase, with the #96 Coca-Cola becoming stuck in the sandtrap. He recovered on Sunday to finish 15th in Race 2.
Andre Heimgartner was slapped with a drive-through penalty for a dangerous re-entry in Race 1. The Kiwi had been running eighth at the time, and speared off at Turn 1. He completed a flick-spin, but he returned in the path of an unsuspecting Brodie Kostecki. Kostecki lost a position to James Courtney, while Heimgartner was dropped out of contention.
Courtney's Sunday came to an abrupt end following an error at the Cutting, which resulted in the 2010 champion crashing rearwards into the wall. Courtney had just made his first stop, and was 17th at the time of his accident.
Fullwood's no-nonsense pit entry
With Courtney slowly bringing his car into the lane, Bryce Fullwood steamed in behind him and was eager to get on with his race. The Walkinshaw Andretti United youngster was in no mood to wait, getting as close as he could to the damaged #44 Boost Mobile Mustang.
One of the best exponents of celebratory burnouts, van Gisbergen led an almighty skid rip following his Race 2 victory on Sunday, making for an entertaining spectacle for spectators around the mountain.
The Repco Supercars Championship field will return to Victoria for the Penrite Oil Sandown SuperSprint across March 20-21. Tickets are on sale now.