Sandown: Friday practice times

PRACTICE ONE 1: Marcos Ambrose/Greg Ritter Ford 1:10.6006 2: Russell Ingall/Cameron McLean Ford 1:10.7953 3: David Besnard Ford 1:11.0219 4: Steve Ellery/Luke Youlden Ford ...

Sandown: Friday practice times

PRACTICE ONE 1: Marcos Ambrose/Greg Ritter Ford 1:10.6006 2: Russell Ingall/Cameron McLean Ford 1:10.7953 3: David Besnard Ford 1:11.0219 4: Steve Ellery/Luke Youlden Ford 1:11.0662 5: John Bowe/Brad Jones Ford 1:11.1792 6: Mark Skaife/Todd Kelly Holden 1:11.3120 7: Paul Morris Holden 1:11.6256 8: Jason Bright Holden 1:11.6875 9: Simon Wills Holden 1:11.7339 10: Steven Johnson/Warren Luff Ford 1:11.7339 11: Paul Radisich/Max Wilson Ford 1:11.8005 12: Rick Kelly/Greg Murphy Holden 1:11.8372 13: Jason Bargwanna/Mark Winterbottom Ford 1:11.8611 14: Glenn Seton Ford 1:12.0131 15: Jason Richards/Fabian Coulthard Holden 1:12.2079 16: Steven Richards Holden 1:12.2173 17: Matthew White Holden 1:12.2205 18: Cameron McConville/Garth Tander Holden 1:12.3419 19: Alex Yoong Ford 1:12.5963 20: Andy Jones/John Cleland Ford 1:12.6225 21: Tim Leahy/Steve Owen Holden 1:12.6455 22: Dean Canto/Yvan Muller Ford 1:12.7072 23: Mark Skaife/Peter Brock/Jason Plato Holden 1:12.7211 24: Owen Kelly Ford 1:12.8558 25: Paul Dumbrell/Tony Longhurst Holden 1:12.8908 26: Anthony Tratt/Tomas Madera Holden 1:12.9438 27: Mark Larkham/Matt Halliday Ford 1:12.9750 28: Nathan Pretty/Alan Simonsen Holden 1:13.0309 29: Jamie Whincup/Alex Davison Holden 1:13.2410 30: Alain Menu/Adam Macrow Ford 1:13.4517 31: Dale Brede/Will Davison Holden 1:13.6713 32: Phillip Scifleet/Lee Holdsworth Holden 1:13.6856 33: Christian D'Agostin/Kurt Wimmer Holden 1:14.1182 34: Craig Baird Holden 1:14.4048 35 Garth Walden/Grant Elliott Ford 1:14.6348

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