The 2020 Bathurst 1000 grid

Check out the full starting grid for the Bathurst 1000, the final round of the 2020 Supercars season.

The 2020 Bathurst 1000 grid

Bathurst 1000 starting grid:

Pos

#

Driver

Car

Time

Gap

1

6

Cam Waters

Will Davison

Ford

2m03.559s

 

2

17

Scott McLaughlin

Tim Slade

Ford

2m04.002s

0.442s

3

25

Chaz Mostert

Warren Luff

Ford

2m04.010s

0.450s

4

97

Shane van Gisbergen

Garth Tander

Holden

2m04.451s

0.891s

5

5

Lee Holdsworth

Michael Caruso

Ford

2m04.676s

1.117s

6

99

Anton de Pasquale

Brodie Kostecki

Holden

2m04.768s

1.209s

7

12

Fabian Coulthard

Tony D’Alberto

Ford

2m04.853s

1.294s

8

44

James Courtney

Broc Feeney

Ford

2m05.354s

1.765s

9

888

Jamie Whincup

Craig Lowndes

Holden

2m06.394s

2.834s

10

8

Nick Percat

Thomas Randle

Holden

-

-

11

2

Bryce Fullwood

Kurt Kostecki

Holden

2m04.605s

0.580s

12

20

Scott Pye

Dean Flore

Holden

2m04.632s

0.607s

13

9

David Reynolds

Will Brown

Golden

2m04.673s

0.648s

14

7

Andre Heimgartner

Dylan O’Keefe

Ford

2m04.852s

0.828s

15

55

Jack Le Brocq

James Moffat

Ford

2m04.905s

0.881s

16

14

Todd Hazelwood

Jordan Boys

Holden

2m04.972s

0.948s

17

3

Macauley Jones

Tim Blanchard

Holden

2m05.037s

1.013s

18

18

Mark Winterbottom

James Golding

Holden

2m05.173s

1.148s

19

15

Rick Kelly

Dale Wood

Ford

2m05.259s

1.235s

20

19

Alex Davison

Jonathan Webb

Holden

2m05.332s

1.308s

21

35

Garry Jacobson

David Russell

Holden

2m05.414s

1.389s

22

4

Jack Smith

Jack Perkins

Holden

2m06.349s

2.325s

23

22

Chris Pither

Steven Owen

Holden

2m06.353s

2.329s

24

40

Tyler Everingham

Jayden Odeja

Holden

2m06.681s

2.657s.

25

34

Jake Kostecki

Zane Goddard

Holden

2m14.151s

11.130s



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