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Red Bull Holden Racing Team
14 APR 2019
Red Bull Holden tough weekend in Phillip Island
Jamie Whincup - Car #88
Practice 4 12th (Fastest Time: 01:30.8099)
Qualifying 10th (Fastest Time: 01:30.8483)
Race 2 12th
Championship Ninth (679 points)

Shane Van Gisbergen - Car #97
Practice 4 21st (Fastest Time: 01:31.4807)
Qualifying Seventh (Fastest Time: 01:30.5526)
Race 2 Seventh
Championship Fourth (802 points)

Jamie Whincup - Car #88
"It's an end of a massive fortnight when we look back at the double header and put these two races together. We had a plan but unfortunately sometimes it doesn't matter how good your plans are if you're off track you must change your plan to get back on track. It's been one of the toughest weekends that we've done. Sometimes you are struck with bad luck and you don't quite get the result you want but what this weekend proved is that it's all about pace. If you don't have pace, then you aren't having any fun out there especially when you've had that pace. If you're used to running mid-pack, then it's not so bad but when you're used to running at the front and you don't, unfortunately that fun factor is taken out of it for you. We are all about having fun so we want to make sure we will get there. There will be plenty of questions asked next week without a doubt and we're not going to hide behind them. We need to have an honest debrief when we get back to the workshop on Tuesday afternoon and nut out exactly why we are in this position. As the boss would say assume nothing. And to our supporters we guarantee that our results haven't been through a lack of trying by the team, it's been through possibly a lack of direction and we definitely want to get back on track and get back to being the Red Bull Holden Racing team striving to be back out in the front again."

Shane Van Gisbergen - Car #97
"That was a tough race and a tough weekend without a doubt. It is made even tougher when you set your own standards and expectations especially after the great run last weekend we had in Tasmania. The whole team have worked hard trying a lot of things on the cars and there were certain times at which it got better but obviously not to where we would like to be. At the end of the day we are a team, we will keep working hard and have some fun along way, even if it doesn't include winning. We will keep at it and just look forward to the next race in Perth."
25 Oct - 27 Oct 2019
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Supercar Drivers Championship
1 Scott McLaughlin Ford 2438  
2 Shane Van Gisbergen Holden 1944  
3 Fabian Coulthard Ford 1927  
4 Chaz Mostert Ford 1898  
5 Jamie Whincup Holden 1798  
Supercar Teams Championship
1 DJR Team Penske 4365  
2 Triple Eight Race Engineering 3742  
3 Tickford Racing (5/55) 3299  
4 Erebus Motorsport 3092  
5 Brad Jones Racing (8/14) 2698  
Supercar Manufacturer Championship
1 Ford 17
2 Holden 2
3 Nissan 0
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