Ford's Chaz Mostert leads an all Prodrive Australia V8 Supercars front row ahead of championship leader Mark Winterbottom as the Pepsi Max Crew look to complete another clean sweep of victories at Queensland Raceway.

The Ford Falcon FG X driver set a 1 minute 09.7802 second lap, beating his team mate Winterbottom by a whisker of half-a-tenth around the 3.12km circuit.

Such has been the success of his starts, second position will almost come as pole-position for the double-winner Winterbottom. Mostert has already struggled to contain the electric getaways of his team mate so far this weekend.

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The destination of pole-position didn't become clear until the final seconds of the 20 minute session as the majority of the field played their cards close to their chest.

Like in yesterday's two session's, the Red Bull Holden's were the first to blink as Craig Lowndes and reigning six-time champion Jamie Whincup both generated times to go top of the pile.

Ultimately, the qualifying pace of the Falcon FG X's proved a step too far for Whincup and Lowndes but their efforts has set up a classic Prodrive/Triple Eight duel ahead of today's pit-stop induced feature race.

The Bottle-O Falcon FG X of David Reynolds acts as a handy rear gunner for the Prodrive cause in fifth position while Team BOC's Jason Bright turned around his qualifying form and shares row three with Reynolds.

Erebus' Will Davison and Nissan's James Moffat have both been ever present within this weekend's top-ten qualifying classification and the pair upheld that statistic in seventh and eighth.

LD Motorsport's Nick Percat was able to make the best of the harder compound tyre and qualified his Holden Commodore in ninth ahead of Michael Caruso's Nissan Altima in tenth.