Shane van Gisbergen won the BP Supercars All Stars Eseries as championship rival Scott McLaughlin was unable to answer the challenge.
Wildcard entries Brodie Kostecki and Harley Haber would prove to be the pace-setters of the evening, with the latter securing victory in the final race at Bathurst.
Race 1 (Oran Park)
Van Gisbergen took the pole for the opening race, with championship rival McLaughlin down in sixth.
Van Gisbergen led off the line on the approach down to turn 1 while Kostecki lost second to De Pasquale. McLaughlin meanwhile gained two positions with a clean start.
Kostecki and Haber rubbed shoulders through the second corner, forcing the latter into a spin. Multiple cars were caught up in the calamities as a result.
Some drivers elected to pit early, although the leaders continued to circulate.
McLaughlin would be the first of the leaders to pit on lap 6, in his effort to undercut Van Gisbergen. The gap, however, was sufficient for the Red Bull driver to re-join the race in the effective lead.
After the competition of the first round of stops, the battle between de Pasquale, Kostecki, and McLaughlin intensified, with the margin going down to one second between all three.
The race remained quiet for a few laps before McLaughlin began the second round of pitstops.
However, van Gisbergen managed to complete his second stop, sustaining the gap he had built.
De Pasquale meanwhile, began to gradually reel in the leader, with the gap falling to under a second with two laps remaining.
It would come to nought however, as van Gisbergen would take the first win of the evening with de Pasquale and Kostecki rounding out the podium.
Race 2 (Bathurst)
Kostecki and Haber locked out the front row for the finale, with the latter snatching the lead into the first corner.
Championship rivals van Gisbergen and McLaughlin settled into fourth and sixth, respectively.
The first of the leaders to pit were Kostecki and McLaughlin. The DJR Team Penske driver spun into the wall upon entering the pitlane, losing valuable time.
Haber retook the effective lead of the race from Kostecki in an aggressive move at Griffin’s Bend, which sent the latter into a spin.
As the race headed into the dying laps, drivers began to complete their second compulsory pitstops.
Haber was the first of the leaders to complete both stops with de Pasquale in hot pursuit.
Van Gisbergen began lowering the fastest time, lap after lap, in his bid to catch the leaders.
However, van Gisbergen and de Pasquale came to blows at Forest Elbow on the penultimate lap, sending the Erebus car into a spin.
Van Gisbergen stopped to readdress the situation, which left Haber with a clear run home.
McLaughlin’s race went from bad to worse after blowing an engine on the final lap.
Haber would cross the line the victor with Kostecki in second and de Pasquale in third. Van Gisbegren’s fourth-place finish secured the title for the Red Bull driver.