Broc Feeney has secured his second Dunlop Series pole of the Repco Bathurst 1000 weekend in a truncated qualifying session.
Feeney, who scored pole for Friday's race earlier on Thursday morning, was one of only seven drivers to set a timed lap in the session.
The afternoon qualifying session was bookended by accidents and red flags, stripping drivers of any chance to clock a lap.
Feeney, who set a 2:07.249s, also secured the ARMOR ALL Pole Champion Award for the Dunlop Series season.
Tyler Everingham swerved to avoid traffic and found the Mountain Straight concrete when cars left pit lane.
The first red flag was waved as Everingham's damaged MW Motorsport Altima was recovered.
The session resumed, only to be halted following simultaneous incidents for Jon McCorkindale and Aaron Seton.
McCorkindale found the wall exiting the Dipper following a major moment at Skyline.
Seconds later, Seton hit the wall under the bridge on approach to Murray's Corner.
The session was backdated in the effort to continue to session, but damage to the wall saw the session declared.
It gifted pole to Feeney, who will start alongside Jordan Boys for Saturday's race.
"That was a weird qualifying, we got the banker lap in early," Feeney said.
"To get this pole award for this year, it's been incredible.
"It's spectacular, these guys have done a great job."
The penultimate race of the 2021 Dunlop Series season will commence at at 3:30pm AEDT on Friday. Click here to view the track schedule.
Every session of the event will be broadcast live on Foxtel (Fox Sports 503) and streamed on Kayo.
The Seven Network will provide live free to air coverage of the event. Tickets for the event are on sale now.