LIVE: The 104-day wait ends when Supercars returns with night blockbusters

After 104 days, the Supercars field is back in the running – this time under the dazzling lights of the Sydney Motorsport Park.

And it’s Shell V-Power Racing star Anton de Pasquale who’s the one who catches it after jumping on pole for more than half a second. The 26-year-old has topped the timesheets in every session so far this weekend and is expected to add six more podium finishes to his only race win this season, if not his sixth place in the championship.

Joining him in the front row is 23-year-old rookie Will Brown, who has not yet reached a podium in his first campaign. The duo teamed up twice at the Bathurst 1000, but no love will be lost in the race between de Pasquales Ford and Brown’s Erebus Motorsport Commodore.

Brown is in 10th place in the championship race, but leader Shane van Gisbergen only has to do sixth after qualifying – his lowest starting position in the last 10 races.

From 7:10 p.m. AEDT it should be a thriller.

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De Pasquale tops the timesheets in practice | 03:38

QUALI WRAP: De Pasquale storms to pole, Brown’s all-time best result

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RACE CENTER: Live lap times and placements, results of the entire session


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