Sandown: Race results

<pre> BETTA ELECTRICAL SANDOWN 500 -- RESULTS 1: Marcos Ambrose, Greg Ritter Ford 160 Laps 2: Russell Ingall, Cameron McLean Ford 3: Steve Johnson, Warren Luff Ford 4: Cameron McConville, Garth Tander Holden 5: ...

Sandown: Race results

<pre> BETTA ELECTRICAL SANDOWN 500 -- RESULTS 1: Marcos Ambrose, Greg Ritter Ford 160 Laps 2: Russell Ingall, Cameron McLean Ford 3: Steve Johnson, Warren Luff Ford 4: Cameron McConville, Garth Tander Holden 5: Greg Murphy, Rick Kelly Holden 6: Jason Bargwanna, Mark Winterbottom Ford 7: Brad Jones, John Bowe Ford 8: Paul Dumbrell, Tony Longhurst Holden 159 Laps 9: Jason Richards, Fabian Coulthard Holden 10: Jason Bright, Paul Weel Holden 11: Marcus Marshall, Matthew White Holden 12: Anthony Tratt, Tomas Mezera Holden 158 Laps 13: Craig Baird, Mark Porter Holden 14: Peter Brock, Jason Plato Holden 156 Laps 15: Steven Richards, Jim Richards Holden 155 Laps 16: David Besnard, Charlie O'Brien Ford 154 Laps 17: Paul Morris, Alan Gurr Holden 153 Laps 18: Craig Lowndes, Glenn Seton Ford 152 Laps 19: Alain Menu, Adam Macrow Ford 20: Kurt Wimmer, Christian D'Agostin Holden 21: Alex Yoong, John McIntyre Ford 148 Laps 22: Steve Ellery, Luke Youlden Ford 142 Laps 23: Mark Skaife, Todd Kelly Holden 133 Laps 24: Garth Walden, Grant Elliott Ford 123 Laps DNF Nathan Pretty, Allan Simonsen Holden 122 Laps DNF Dale Brede, Will Davison Holden DNF Mark Larkham, Matt Halliday Ford 121 Laps DNF Owen Kelly, David Brabham Ford 111 Laps DNF Simon Wills, Paul Stokell Holden 108 Laps DNF Jamie Whincup, Alex Davison Holden 83 Laps DNF Dean Canto, Yvan Muller Ford 39 Laps DNF Paul Radisich, Max Wilson Ford 37 Laps DNF Tim Leahey, Steve Owen Holden 28 Laps DNF Phillip Scifleet, Lee Holdsworth Holden 16 Laps DNF Andrew Jones, John Cleland Ford 10 Laps

CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS After 9 of 13 rounds 1: Marcos Ambrose 1487 2: Jason Bright 1464 3: Steven Richards 1397 4: Rick Kelly 1373 5: Russell Ingall 1347 6: Greg Murphy 1284 7: Todd Kelly 1163 8: Garth Tander 1155 9: John Bowe 1004 10: Jason Bargwanna 962 11: Paul Weel 881 12: Mark Skaife 863 13: Paul Morris 861 14: Cameron McConville 860 15: Paul Dumbrell 844 16: Steven Johnson 832 17: Tony Longhurst 826 18: Craig Baird 814 19: Brad Jones 789 20: Jason Richards 788 21: Glenn Seton 783 22: Mark Winterbottom 764 23: Paul Radisich 763 24: Warren Luff 736 25: Anthony Tratt 720 26: Craig Lowndes 637 27: Steve Ellery 590 28: David Besnard 560 29: Max Wilson 504 30: Simon Wills 499 31: Mark Noske 304 32: Dale Brede 292 33: Fabian Coulthard 214 34: Mark Porter 202 35: Greg Ritter 192 36: Cameron McLean 188 37: Garth Walden 181

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