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Red Bull Holden Racing Team
24 NOV 2019
Whincup wins final race of the 2019 season
Jamie Whincup - Car #888
Qualifying Second (01:10.1281)
Top Ten Shootout First (01:10.5551)
Race 2 First
Championship Third (3,208 points)


Shane van Gisbergen - Car #97
Qualifying 18th (01:10.7626) * Penalty -21st
Top Ten Shootout N/A
Race 2 Seventh
Championship Second (3,310 points)


Jamie Whincup - Car #88
"I learnt from Bathurst in 2014 that it's not the result that's the most important thing, it's the effort. We threw everything at it this year as a team, we had our backs against the wall at the start of the season and if you were to take a guess that we would be winning both races in the final round; if you said we were going to do that we'd say we were absolutely kidding ourselves. But we ground away hard all season long and from New Zealand onward we were as competitive as anyone. It's something we should definitely be proud of. The effort was as great as any other season that we've done. Given the circumstances, unfortunately we didn't end up with the biggest trophies for the year and we won't be at the end of pit lane that we wanted to be, but in saying that I couldn't be prouder of everyone. No doubt the vibe is good, it's as good as it's ever been and we will keep pushing on the next month or so; look forward to a nice break and then make sure that we come out of the box fast in 2020."


Shane van Gisbergen - Car #97
"Again, we struggled on the new tyre and I just couldn't put a lap together in qualifying, the car was too hard to drive. I did my qualifying time on yesterday's race tyres, so it was a real battle again and I couldn't string a lap together. I started 21st after a penalty, so that made it a hard day, but we came up with a strategy to try make it better. I got I think a foursome of cars on the first lap, but then the safety car hurt that strategy, so then we tried something different again. To get seventh is a pretty good recovery from how much that hurt us. I think it's still decent but I would have loved to have started up the front and raced those guys. Thanks to all our fans and supporters, it's been pretty fun. We finished strong which gives us good momentum for next year. For Scotty (McLaughlin) and his championship, he deserves it he's been the best driver all year, so congratulations to him."
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Supercar Drivers Championship
1 Scott McLaughlin Ford 288  
2 Jamie Whincup Holden 261  
3 Chaz Mostert Holden 234  
4 Cameron Waters Ford 231  
5 Will Davison Ford 231  
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1 DJR Team Penske 450  
2 Triple Eight Race Engineering 390  
3 Walkinshaw Andretti United 330  
4 Kelly Racing 300  
5 Tickford Racing (5/55) 297  
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1 Holden 1
2 Ford 1
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