Greg Crick has won pole position for round 2 of the Speed Energy Drinks Australian GT Championship, aboard his Dodge Viper ACR.

Qualifying was a closely fought battle, with the top four cars in the thirty car field setting times within one second of Crick's 2:16.32.

In other classes, des wall was the fastest historic qualifier in his one-of-a-kind Geoghegan Mustang, while Jack Elsegood and Andrew Miedecke edged out Damien White and Neil Cropton by the narrowest of margins in the Legends V8 Ute race.

The day was spoilt for some when Team Australia announced that their Champ Car had no engine, and thus would not be running.

The car had an engine issue two weeks ago that forced the team to send the V8 power plant back to the United States; the motor did not return in time.

The only significant crash of the day was Ian Palmer's effort behind the wheel of his Honda NSX, when he half-spun and backed the white Honda into the outside wall on pit straight.

Keep checking this week as we bring you news, results, features and photos from the Bathiurst International Motoring Festival.



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