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TODAY’S TIMES

Qualifying (Race 28)

Qualified: 18th – 1:27.6815 / Pole Position: Shane Van Gisbergen – 1:26.6272

Race 28 / 250km

Finished: 18th / Winner: Jamie Whincup

THE WORD FROM JASON

The street circuit of Homebush provided an unusual result for Jason, who has had 7 top 10 finishes from his last 9 Sydney 500 races. After qualifying in 18th, the 250 kilometres were not quite enough to turn the mid-pack qualifying position into a positive result. Team BOC put their strategy into play quite early, pitting Jason on lap 4 and getting him out of the traffic to focus on driving consistent and fast lap times, in hopes a safety car or two would see him move through the order in the latter part of the race. The one and only safety car didn’t move Jason forward, so the team are set to regroup and unlock more speed for the final 250 kilometre race. Tomorrow, Jason will line up for his final race with Team BOC / Brad Jones Racing. Qualifying begins at 11am.

JASON

“We had a lot to make up for after qualifying today. We decided to go with a different strategy to pit really early and try to make up some track position later in the race. From what the engineers and I were discussing over the radio I thought we were going to pop out at a better position towards the end as we were reaching our target pace and keeping it consistent. Hopefully tomorrow we can be a bit more competitive like we were last year.”

COMING UP

Sunday 4th December

11:00-11:20 - Qualifying (Race 29)

13:05-13:35 - Top Ten Shootout

15:40-17:45 - Race 29 / 250km

MEET JASON

Sunday 4th December

9:30-10:00 – Autograph Session @ Supercars Paddock, Team BOC Garage

12:10-12:20 – Autograph Session @ Merchandise Alley

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Published: 03 December 2016.

#8 Nick Percat

Brad Jones Racing

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