Highlights: Race 29 Sandown 500 | Supercars Championship 2019

Starting from pole after Craig Lowndes’ triumph in the earlier co-drivers race, Whincup got away cleanly and quickly opened up a comfortable margin at the front of the field.

By the end of the race, that buffer had grown to 7.3804 seconds to runner-up Andre Heimgartner, who scored the best result of his career to book a front-row grid slot for tomorrow.

The 11 drivers who started on slicks all lost out, finishing behind all 13 wet-tyre cars still running. Cameron Waters was the best of the slick runners in 14th.

David Reynolds passed Scott McLaughlin for third to join Whincup and Heimgartner on the podium.

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