The Super2 and 3 fields have had another qualifying session affected by red flags, with much of the field not setting a representative time in the final qualifying session of the weekend.
Matthew Payne was amongst the majority of the field who didn’t set a time leaving him qualified in 24th.
Payne had a tough start to the session, making contact with Tyler Everingham on the opening lap of the session while the field was warming their tyres.
The incident left Everingham stranded on the track with damage to the left rear, bringing out the red flag before anyone set a lap time.
Despite the contact, Payne was able to make it back into the lane, and continue the session though the incident will be investigated after the session.
A second red flag was brought out with less than 10 minutes remaining when Jon McCorkindale spun and made contact on the way down the Mountain leaving the car stranded.
Just as the red flag came out Aaron Seton had a moment on the exit of the chase, which saw him hit the wall.
Despite the session being initially extended, the cars weren’t able to get back out on track, leaving only seven cars setting a representative lap time.
Current championship leader Broc Feeney was abler to set a time that would secure him pole position for the final Super2 race at Bathurst.
The series first race of the weekend is at 5.30 pm tomorrow night, with their final race of the weekend scheduled for 5.55 pm on Saturday.