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SYMMONS PLAINS TOP TEN SNAPS

There is no doubting that Symmons Plains brought the rain, the carnage, the drama and the high-octane racing that make the sport what it is. Here are the RBHRT top ten snaps that made the Tasmania SuperSprint one of the most memorable race rounds yet for the category.

The heavens opened up 

Jamie Whincup in Car #88 pulling in after a wet practice

It was one of the wettest events we’ve had in a long time and that made qualifying pretty damn exciting.

 

Continued bromance

David Cauchi and Jamie Whincup celebrate a Pole Position

The winning combination of Jamie Whincup and David Cauchi shone as they took home the pole position in Race two.

 

Playing in puddles 

The track was beginning to flood before Race 2

When life gives you puddles, you gotta play in them! The Symmons Plains circuit literally had rivers running across it come Sunday’s qualifying session.

 

One-two-three

The three amigos finishing Saturdays dramatic race

Saturday’s drama brought home a Triple Eight one-two-three. Rightly, no points were awarded, but this bizarre moment was definitely a memorable one.

 

The waiting game 

SVG waiting after Saturdays major crash

Saturday’s disastrous crash that took out half the field saw those still in the running wait on the grid until all carnage was cleared.

 

Post-Race Sportsmanship

Post race handshake between Craig Lowndes and Shane Van Gisbergen

Triple Eight Teammate Craig Lowndes congratulated SVG on his win post-Saturday’s race with a laugh – it sure was a confusing one!

 

Holy Poley

Jamie Whincup claims Pole

JDub claimed his first pole of the year, clocking in some fast laps ahead of Sunday’s race.

 

Romantic Sunsets 

Shane Van Gisbergen drives off into the sunset

Crazy days = stunning nights. SVG driving off into the sunset to claim P1 in Saturday’s race.

 

A podium step

Jamie Whincup finishes in P3

JDub graced the podium step bringing home some silverware on Sunday.

 

Apple Isle Fans

Jamie Whincup stopping for a moment to meet fans

We don’t visit you much, Tassie, but when we do it’s a great crowd. Thanks for coming out and supporting us!