Chaz Mostert has taken his maiden win in the V8 Supercar series, with Scott McLaughlin taking his second this year after an eventful two races in Queensland.
The youngest drivers in the V8 Supercars category won both races at the Coates Hire Ipswich 360, with Scott McLaughlin taking Race 2 and Chaz Mostert taking his maiden victory winning Race 3.
20-year-old McLaughlin took the first race by leading current series leader Jamie Whincup, making it a top-five finish for Holden.
Mostert then managed to qualify second for Race 3 to Ford Performance Racing’s Will Davison, giving Mostert the advantage at the start in the dry line.
The Dick Johnson Racing driver led the race from start to finish, as McLaughlin failed to challenge after he suffered from a flat front-left tyre.
The flat tyre drama also cost Whincup, James Courtney and Alex Davison crucial positions in the race.
Tim Blanchard also created some drama, causing an oil spill at the entry of Turn 3 under braking, forcing a few drivers to run wide and go off the circuit.
Race 3 also saw Ford take out the top four positions, with Dick Johnson Racing taking its first win since Jonathon Webb won three years ago.
The next round of the V8 Supercar Championship is held at Winton Raceway for the Winton 360, on the 23-25 August.
Written by Loren Hazelwood, @LorenHazelwood