Cameron Waters has denied soon-to-be-crowned champ Paul Dumbrell of a clean pole sweep at the Sydney NRMA 500, taking ARMOR ALL Pole Position for the final race of 2014.
The Ford Performance Racing pilot set his pole-winning flyer in the dying stages of the 30-minute session, with kiwi Andre Heimgartner adrift by .45secs.
With 150 points on offer for the 23-lapper, Waters' pole will pose as an opportunity for him to bridge the 12 point gap that separates him to second place in the championship, currently held by Ash Walsh.
Walsh recorded the fourth quickest time in the session and will line up alongside Dumbrell in third.
Aaren Russell continued his strong form to secure fifth on the grid, while Ant Pedersen, Taz Douglas, Andrew Jones, Todd Hazelwood and Garry Jacobson rounded out the top ten.
Chris Pither sits on the fringes of the top ten in 11th, ahead of Macauley Jones in 13th.