ARMOR ALL Pole Comp

ARMOR ALL® and Speedcafe.com are giving you the chance to win!

Guess the pole position time for the first race of the weekend and the closest estimate to the classified pole time will win an ARMOR ALL® prize pack! Winning entries will go into the draw to win a total set of 2018 ARMOR ALL® Pole hats from every ARMOR ALL® Pole qualifying race this year – signed by each pole winner!

 

Queensland Raceway
Circuit Length | 3.12km
Type of Circuit | Permanent circuit
Corners | 6 (Left 2, Right 4)
Direction of travel | Clockwise
Average circuit speed | 162km/h
Top Speed | 255km/h

Driver with the most pole positions
Craig Lowndes + Jamie Whincup 6
Team with the most pole positions

Qualifying record
1:08.4208 (Scott McLaughlin, FGX Falcon, 2017, Super soft compound)

 

Last Year's
ARMOR ALL®
pole position

1:08.8167

Scott McLaughlin,
Shell V-Power Racing Team,
Ford Falcon FGX

Last five ARMOR ALL®
Pole Position Times

1 Shell V-Power Racing Team 17 Scott McLaughlin Ford Falcon FGX 1:08.4208
2 Super Black Racing 111 Chris Pither Ford Falcon FGX 1:10.0378
3 Red Bull Racing Australia 88 Jamie Whincup Holden Commodore VF 1:09.4113
4 Pepsi Max Crew 6  Chaz Mostert  Ford Falcon FGX 1:09.7755
5 Red Bull Racing Australia 888 Craig Lowndes Holden Commodore VF 1:09.3102

Form Guide

  • Super Black Racing’s only pole position came at Queensland Raceway when Chris Pither was fastest in qualifying for the Saturday race in 2016
  • All but one of the models which have raced at the circuit during the Car of the Future era have been qualified on pole at least once there (VF Commodore, FG Falcon, FGX Falcon, Volvo S60, Nissan Altima)
  • Last year’s twin poles for Scott McLaughlin were in fact the first ever for DJR Team Penske, in its past or present incarnations, at the Ipswich circuit

Your Deadline

Clock

Saturday, 21/07/2018, ARMOR ALL® Qualifying

13:15 VIC/NSW | 13:15 QLD | 12:45 SA | 11:15 WA | 12:45 NT | 15:15 NZ

Entries close 10 (ten) minutes before Qualifying is scheduled to start in the event’s Supplementary Regulations

By entering, you accept the competition terms and conditions.

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