2004 Final standings

<pre> 2004 CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS 1: Marcos Ambrose 2174 2: Russell Ingall 1936 3: Jason Bright 1920 4: Greg Murphy 1913 5: Steve Richards 1819 6: Rick Kelly 1793 7: Todd Kelly 1623 8: ...

2004 Final standings

<pre> 2004 CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS

 1: Marcos Ambrose 2174 2: Russell Ingall 1936 3: Jason Bright 1920 4: Greg Murphy 1913 5: Steve Richards 1819 6: Rick Kelly 1793 7: Todd Kelly 1623 8: Jason Bargwanna 1526 9: John Bowe 1502 10: Steve Johnson 1416 11: Garth Tander 1396 12: Mark Skaife 1294 13: Cameron McConville 1292 14: Jason Richards 1245 15: Glenn Seton 1237 16: Brad Jones 1235 17: Paul Weel 1192 18: Mark Winterbottom 1190 19: Paul Radisich 1188 20: Craig Lowndes 1182 21: Warren Luff 1149 22: Paul Morris 1071 23: Anthony Tratt 1047 24: Paul Dumbrell 1018 25: Steve Ellery 991 26: Simon Wills 929 27: Craig Baird 925 28: Max Wilson 865 29: Tony Longhurst 856 30: David Besnard 790 31: Dale Brede 393 32: Greg Ritter 372 33: Cameron McLean 360 34: Fabian Coulthard 330 35: Mark Noske 304 36: Alex Yoong 278 37: Tomas Mezera 272 38: Alex Davison 256 39: Jim Richards 248 40: Christian d'Agostin 240 41: Luke Youlden 240 42: Kurt Wimmer 236 43: Neil McFadden 226 44: Owen Kelly 214 45: Mark Porter 202 46: John McIntyre 199 47: Garth Walden 185 48: Tim Leahey 164 49: Steve Owen 164 40: Jamie Whincup 160 

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