Vote and win: Cash Converters Supercars Eseries favourite moment

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  • 22/10/2021
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Supercars fans can have their say on their favourite moment of the 2021 Cash Converters Supercars Eseries.

Fans can jump on to and select their favourite moment across both the All Stars and Pro Series grids from a shortlist of clips.

Fans who vote will go into the draw to win a $1000 Visa gift card.

This year’s Eseries featured a hybrid format of competition for the first time, with two championships featuring within the series.

The All Stars consisted of main game Supercars and Dunlop Series drivers, while the Pro Series featured elite gamers representing Supercars teams.

To vote for your favourite moment of the 2021 Cash Converters Supercars Eseries, click here.

Voting closes Friday October 29.

Round 1 – All Stars final lap at Charlotte

Richie Stanaway claimed his first victory of the All Star Eseries in a dramatic final lap at Charlotte.

Stanaway was poised to strike as Anton De Pasquale tipped Matt Chahda into the air in the closing moments, catching Cameron Waters in his wake.

It cleared the path for a shock Stanaway victory, with Matthew Payne second ahead of Waters and Oscar Piastri.

Round 2 – All Stars finish at Pocono Raceway

Stanaway made it back-to-back victories in Pocono.

The Kiwi crossed the line just 0.01s ahead of Brodie Kostecki, with Waters 0.04s from victory.

Round 2 – Pro Series crash at Long Beach

Pro Series ace Dayne Warren kept his perfect win record alive at Long Beach with another lights-to-flag victory.

A battle between Brady Meyers and Jordan Caruso saw Ethan Warren make contact with the pair, catching out Jobe Stewart, Blake Purdie and Corey Shepherd.

Round 4 – Randle 'helicopter' crash at Monza

The chaotic opening lap at Monza saw Thomas Randle flying through the air at the Parabolica.

Making contact with the barrier, the BP Ultimate Mustang was sent into an airborne spin, coming to rest on its roof.

Round 5 – Thrilling last lap in Bathurst enduro

The enthralling final-lap battle at Mount Panorama saw Kostecki and Jarrad Filsell claim victory.

The first endurance race in Eseries history was one to remember, with Kostecki gapping his All Stars rivals in the opening stanza, before Pro Series ace Filsell was forced to defend for all his might to the end.

Filsell denied Pro Series points leader Warren by just 0.152s in a thrilling finale.


To vote for your favourite moment of the 2021 Cash Converters Supercars Eseries and go into the draw to win a $1000 Visa gift card, click here.

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