Waters comes back fighting

  • Dunlop Super2 Series
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  • 06/07/2014
  • By V8 Supercars

Cameron Waters has redeemed himself after yesterday's penalty, taking ARMOR ALL Pole Position for the Dunlop Series second race at the Castrol Townsville 500 - Driven by TAFE Queensland.

The 19-year old set a benchmark of 1min13.75 after a quick last sector sent the ENZED Falcon to the top of the time sheets.

Waters lived up to his promises, telling v8supercars.com.au yesterday he was confident in the #56's qualifying pace off the back of Saturday's racing incident.

Ashley Walsh will line up next to Waters on the front row of the grid, who was adrift by a tight 0.02sec - recreating yesterday's grid formation that led to both drivers loosing their respective positions at the last corner of the finallap.

Andre Heimgartner's Finace Ezi Ford will start the 29 lap race in third, followed by series challenger Paul Dumbrell and Saturday race winner Chris Pither.

Former V8 Supercars driver Dean Fiore will begin his final assault of the Townsville circuit in sixth, while Eggleston Motorsport pilot Gary Jacobson, Todd Hazelwood, Andrew Jones and Aaren Russell completed the top 10.

The #170 car of Steven Johnson dropped down the grid order to 13th after qualifying in the top10 yesterday, while Morgan Haber's fastest time of the first qualifying group secured 14th place.

Click here for the full results.

The Dunlop Series will take to the track for a final 29 laps around Townsville this afternoon at 1.15PM AEST.

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