Konica: Winton results, standings

<pre> Round 3 of the Konica Minolta V8 Supercar Series, held at Victoria's Winton Raceway. Race Three Top Ten 1.

Konica: Winton results, standings

<pre> Round 3 of the Konica Minolta V8 Supercar Series, held at Victoria's Winton Raceway.

Race Three Top Ten 1. #30 Luke Youlden Super Cheap Auto Racing 24-laps 2. #27 Cameron McLean Howard Racing/Weathered & Howe 3. #19 Andrew Jones Team BOC 4. #81 Jose Fernandez Team Fujitsu 5. #28 Matthew White Gulf Western Oil/Jayco 6. #98 Grant Elliot Sydney Star Truck & Bus 7. #69 Robert Jones Spies Hecker Racing 8. #65 Marcus Zukanovic Actron Air/PCR 9. #64 Tony D'Alberto Independent Race Cars - Australia 10. #72 Lee Holdsworth Smiths Trucks

Race Two Top Ten 1. #71 Owen Kelly Team Fujistu 17-laps 2. #46 Steve Owen Holden Young Lions 3. #111 Mark Porter TKR/Hydraulink Racing 4. #65 Marcus Zukanovic Actron Air/PCR 5. #69 Robert Jones Spies Hecker Racing 6. #40 Wayne Wakefield Greenfield Mowers Racing 7. #19 Andrew Jones Team BOC 8. #89 Adam Wallis Rupprecht Motorsport 9. #32 Jay Verdnik Hi-Trans Racing 10. #98 Grant Elliot Sydney Star Truck & Bus

Race One Top Ten 1. #19 Andrew Jones Team BOC 16-laps 2. #30 Luke Youlden Super Cheap Auto Racing 3. #111 Mark Porter TKR/Hydraulink Racing 4. #28 Matthew White Gulf Western Oil/Jayco 5. #40 Wayne Wakefield Greenfield Mowers Racing 6. #27 Cameron McLean Howard Racing/Weathered & Howe 7. #71 Owen Kelly Team Fujistu 8. #300 Tony Evangelou Dexion Racing 9. #96 Kurt Wimmer Holden Young Lions 10. #81 Jose Fernandez Team Fujistu

Konica Minolta V8 Supercar Series Points Top Ten 1. #30 Luke Youlden 491 2. #28 Matthew White 457 3. #81 Jose Fernandez 441 4. #27 Cameron McLean 441 5. #111 Mark Porter 423 6. #19 Andrew Jones 391 7. #71 Owen Kelly 386 8. #89 Adam Wallis 377 9. #98 Grant Elliot 358 10. #66 Gary MacDonald 330

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