Jamie Whincup and Cameron Waters will share pole positions for the final two races of the Supercars WD-40 Townsville SuperSprint.
Meanwhile, championship leader Shane van Gisbergen will start second for both races as he aims to pad his points advantage.
A pair of ten-minute sessions determined the starting order for both races.
Whincup pipped van Gisbergen for the top spot in the first session with a handful of minutes left.
Walkinshaw Andretti United driver Chaz Mostert snuck in between the two Red Bulls before a late improvement from van Gisbergen snared a front-row lockout for the powerhouse team.
Will Davison was the lead Mustang driver and will start fourth, ahead of David Reynolds and Waters.
Yesterday’s pole-sitter Anton de Pasquale will be wondering where his pace disappeared to after only managing 14th on the grid.
Of the rest of the Kiwis, Andre Heimgartner starts 16th, while Fabian Coulthard is 19th.
The second session witnessed most of the field don fresh rubber, and lap times were expectedly up on the previous qualifying segment.
A few drivers shared time on provisional pole, including Davison and van Gisbergen. However, it was Waters who emerged at the top after all the runs were complete.
Yesterday’s race winner was a mere two-hundredths quicker than van Gisbergen to claim his first pole since Tasmania earlier this year.
De Pasquale will front an all-Shell V Power Racing second row, with Todd Hazelwood and Whincup behind.
Heimgartner’s troubles continues and he starts 19th.
Zane Goddard was en route for another standout lap before he was blocked at the final corner by Jack Smith, leaving him ruing down in 21st.
Coulthard rounds out the order and will start on the last row in 24th.