WInton Round 5 Qualifying

Shell Australian Touring Car Championship Round 5 Winton Motor Raceway Q6 - SATCC Qualifying Session All Cars Combined Date: Saturday 2nd May, 1998 Actual Start Time: ...

WInton Round 5 Qualifying

Shell Australian Touring Car Championship Round 5 Winton Motor Raceway Q6 - SATCC Qualifying Session All Cars Combined Date: Saturday 2nd May, 1998 Actual Start Time: 13:59:31 Distance: 30 mins Track: Fine & light cloud cover

No Driver Laps Last Lap Fastest Lap Gap 1 51 Mark Skaife 10 1:44.6705 1:23.0877 2 19 John Bowe 11 1:30.3946 1:23.3767 -0.2890 3 12 Larry Perkins 11 1:24.5006 1:24.0014 -0.9137 4 9 Russell Ingall 12 1:27.8522 1:24.0303 -0.9426 5 96 Steven Johnson 11 1:25.3674 1:24.0461 -0.9584 6 16 Craig Lowndes 11 1:32.0601 1:24.0736 -0.9859 7 26 Tony Longhurst 11 1:25.1005 1:24.2724 -1.1847 8 18 Dick Johnson 11 1:33.6686 1:24.2785 -1.1908 9 5 Jason Bright 12 1:35.5753 1:24.3120 -1.2243 10 2 Glenn Seton 12 1:25.8285 1:24.4130 -1.3253 11 11 Mark Larkham 11 1:24.4431 1:24.4431 -1.3554 12 36 Jason Bargwanna 11 1:24.8778 1:24.8778 -1.7901 13 47 John Faulkner 11 1:26.0755 1:24.9162 -1.8285 14 32 Darren Pate 11 1:45.9858 1:24.9209 -1.8332 15 25 Paul Romano 10 1:24.9312 1:24.9312 -1.8435 16 10 Alan Jones 12 1:36.6131 1:25.3280 -2.2403 17 28 Terry Finnigan 12 1:38.3073 1:25.3733 -2.2856 18 8 Darren Hossack 9 1:26.2639 1:25.4881 -2.4004 19 135 Garth Tander 9 1:25.6231 1:25.5833 -2.4956 20 3 Steve Ellery 11 1:26.3289 1:25.7901 -2.7024 21 75 Kevin Heffernan 9 1:29.1231 1:26.6568 -3.5691 22 45 Mal Rose 11 1:28.0296 1:26.8176 -3.7299 23 7 Steve Reed 11 1:30.7219 1:27.0345 -3.9468 24 76 Anthony Tratt 10 1:29.2487 1:27.0841 -3.9964 25 56 Rod Nash 10 1:28.8226 1:27.3431 -4.2554 26 44 Paul Weel 11 1:27.9564 1:27.5176 -4.4299 27 40 Chris Smerdon 9 1:43.0341 1:27.7579 -4.6702 28 50 Greg Crick 10 1:29.6101 1:27.7841 -4.6964 29 30 Peter Doulman 10 1:28.5303 1:27.8219 -4.7342 30 17 Melinda Price 11 1:28.5472 1:28.1396 -5.0519 31 23 Danny Osborne 10 1:50.3978 1:28.1560 -5.0683 32 49 Darcy Russell 11 1:28.5101 1:28.3490 -5.2613 33 72 Gary Quartly 10 1:37.9483 1:28.4867 -5.3990 34 80 Mike Conway 10 1:32.2098 1:28.9381 -5.8504 35 81 Michael Donaher 7 1:29.1748 1:29.1748 -6.0871 36 15 Mike Imrie 11 1:29.7129 1:29.6023 -6.5146 37 78 Richard Mork 10 1:31.0829 1:30.6041 -7.5164 38 34 Bob Pearson 7 1:32.9918 1:31.4256 -8.3379 39 55 Simon Emerzidis 9 2:31.9689 1:31.5964 -8.5087 40 53 Barry Morcom 10 1:34.4040 1:32.0478 -8.9601 41 52 Charles Ryman 9 1:32.8540 1:32.7454 -9.6577

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