2014 Bathurst 1000 race results

The following are the complete results from the 58th running of the Bathurst 1000.

2014 Bathurst 1000 race results
Pos. No. Drivers Team
1 6 Chaz Mostert/Paul Morris Ford Performance Racing
2 360 James Moffat/Taz Douglas Nissan Motorsport
3 222 Nick Percat/Oliver Gavin James Rosenberg Racing Holden
4 9 Will Davison/Alex Davison Erebus Motorsport
5 1 Jamie Whincup/Paul Dumbrell Triple Eight Racing Holden
6 5 Mark Winterbottom/Steve Owen Ford Performance Racing
7 7 Todd Kelly/Alex Buncombe Nissan Motorsport
8 15 Rick Kelly/David Russell Nissan Motorsport
9 14 Fabian Coulthard/Luke Youlden Brad Jones Racing Holden
10 888 Craig Lowndes/Steven Richards Triple Eight Racing Holden
11 111 Andre Heimgartner/Ant Pederson Super Black Racing Ford
12 18 Jack Perkins/Cameron Waters Charlie Schwerkolt Racing Ford
13 22 James Courtney/Greg Murphy Holden Racing Team
14 8 Jason Bright/Andrew Jones Brad Jones Racing Holden
15 36 Michael Caruso/Dean Fiore Nissan Motorsport
16 97 Shane Van Gisbergen/Jonathon Webb Tekno Autosport Holden
17 33 Scott McLaughlin/Alexandre Premat Volvo Polestar Racing
18 23 Russell Ingall/Tim Blanchard Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport Holden
19 4 Lee Holdsworth/Craig Baird Erebus Motorsport
20 55 David Reynolds/Dean Canto Rod Nash Racing Ford
21 34 Robert Dahlgren/Greg Ritter Volvo Polestar Racing
22 10 Tim Slade/Tony D'Alberto Walkinshaw Racing Holden
23 16 Scott Pye/Ash Walsh Dick Johnson Racing Ford
24 17 David Wall/Steven Johnson Dick Johnson Racing Ford
25 21 Dale Wood/Chris Pither Brad Jones Racing Holden
DNS 2 Garth Tander/Warren Luff Holden Racing Team
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