Vote and win: Cash Converters Supercars Eseries favourite moment

02 Sep 2022
Vote for your favourite moment of the Supercars Eseries to win
2 mins by James Pavey

Supercars fans can have their say on their favourite moment of the 2022 Cash Converters Supercars Eseries.

Fans can jump on to Supercars.com 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, 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 2022 Cash Converters Supercars Eseries, click here.

Voting closes at 11:59pm AEST on Tuesday September 13.

Round 1 - Kostecki's high line at Winton

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Brodie Kostecki cruised to All Stars victory in the Cash Converters Supercars Eseries opener.

Erebus Motorsport driver Kostecki, who won last year’s All Stars title, won from pole.

Kostecki suffered a scare when he pitted on lap 8, with the Erebus Commodore finding the grass.

Round 2 - Mid field clash at Sandown

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Kostecki and teammate Jarrad Filsell crushed the field in the Sandown Eseries enduro.

Drama struck at Turn 4 after Jayden Ojeda was turned into a spin by Jordan Boys.


Round 6 - All Stars safety close call at Oran Park

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Kostecki sealed back-to-back Cash Converters Supercars Eseries titles at Oran Park.

The Erebus Motorsport driver won from pole in the 22-lapper ahead of Reuben Goodall.

Zak Best had an interesting encounter with the BP Ultimate Safety Car, while drifting around the historic circuit.

Round 3 - Bystander caught off guard at Michigan

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Jake Burton inherited victory in the Pro Series race at Michigan International Speedway.

Points leader Filsell crossed the line first in the Pro Series 14-lap sprint, but was demoted after copping a five-second penalty.

Wayne Bourke ended up 13th, after being spun by Brenton Hobson.

Round 5 - Netcode fail at Bathurst

Kostecki and Filsell combined for their second Bathurst Eseries enduro win in as many years.

The race was punctuated by a number of incidents, none more dramatic than a first-lap roll for the Jordy Sinni/Jordan Caruso car.

The Monster Mustang was sent airborne exiting The Chase, only to recover to an impressive seventh.


To vote for your favourite moment of the 2022 Cash Converters Supercars Eseries and go into the draw to win a $1000 Visa gift card, click here.

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