Sandown: Qualifying, Shootout results

<pre> TOP 10 SHOOTOUT 1: Rick Kelly Holden 1:22.1422 2: Marcos Ambrose Ford 1:22.7453 3: Paul Morris Holden 1:22.8858 4: Mark Skaife Holden 1:23.2208 5: Craig Lowndes Ford 1:23.3147 6: ...

Sandown: Qualifying, Shootout results

<pre> TOP 10 SHOOTOUT 1: Rick Kelly Holden 1:22.1422 2: Marcos Ambrose Ford 1:22.7453 3: Paul Morris Holden 1:22.8858 4: Mark Skaife Holden 1:23.2208 5: Craig Lowndes Ford 1:23.3147 6: Steve Johnson Ford 1:23.8786 7: Jason Bright Holden 1:24.7091 8: Paul Dumbrell Holden 1:25.1486 9: Jason Bargwanna Ford 1:25.3394 10: Owen Kelly Ford 1:25.9627

BETTA ELECTRICAL SANDOWN 500 QUALIFYING 1: Paul Morris Holden 1:22.8431 2: Mark Skaife Holden 1:24.0860 3: Rick Kelly Holden 1:24.2157 4: Marcos Ambrose Ford 1:24.4910 5: Craig Lowndes Ford 1:24.6484 6: Steven Johnson Ford 1:24.7509 7: Owen Kelly Ford 1:24.7964 8: Jason Bargwanna Ford 1:25.0367 9: Jason Bright Holden 1:25.0423 10: Paul Dumbrell Holden 1:25.1621 11: Steve Ellery Ford 1:25.1716 12: Steven Richards Holden 1:25.2263 13: Steve Owen Holden 1:25.3246 14: Garth Tander Holden 1:25.4630 15: Russell Ingall Ford 1:25.5462 16: Jason Plato Holden 1:25.6683 17: Craig Baird Holden 1:25.9055 18: David Besnard Ford 1:25.9827 19: Paul Radisich Ford 1:26.1164 20: Jason Richards Holden 1:26.1717 21: John Bowe Ford 1:26.1943 22: John McIntyre Ford 1:26.4247 23: Matthew White Holden 1:26.7128 24: Dale Brede Holden 1:26.8618 25: Nathan Pretty Holden 1:26.9197 26: Dean Canto Ford 1:26.9569 27: Simon Wills Holden 1:26.9775 28: Andrew Jones Ford 1:27.2715 29: Mark Larkham Ford 1:27.3827 30: Anthony Tratt Holden 1:27.7260 31: Phillip Scifleet Holden 1:27.8131 32: Jamie Whincup Holden 1:28.6203 33: Grant Elliott Ford 1:28.7261 34: Glenn Seton Ford 1:29.4066 35: Kurt Wimmer Holden 1:30.2915

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