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V8 Supercars 2009 Season Highlights


V8 Supercars 2010 Season Highlights


The 2009 V8 Supercars season ushered in a new-look Championship, featuring the introduction of the Top 10 Shootout, the addition of new tracks and meet formats, a new points system and new constructor rules. However the changes didn't soften the age-old rivalry between Ford and Holden, with the battle waged in earnest by Triple Eight Racing's FG Falcons driven by Jamie Whincup and Craig Lowndes and Holden Racing Team's VE Commodores piloted by Garth Tander and new teammate Will Davison. After moving to HRT following a strong season with Dick Johnson Racing in 2008, Davison proved to be the revelation of the season. Overcoming a mediocre start to the year, Davison went on to chalk up wins at Sandown, Ipswich, Phillip Island and Bathurst to challenge points leader Jamie Whincup for the title, but the reigning champ rose to the occasion and reeled off three straight victories late in the season, taking his round wins tally to eleven...

With the 2009 V8 Supercars Championship debuting in the desert with back-to-back events in Abu Dhabi and Bahrain, defending Champion Jamie Whincup dominated the season early in Triple Eight's new VE Commodore, shooting out to a sizeable points lead. However as the season wore on, two retirements and a string of poor finishes for Whincup - at Ipswich, Winton, Townsville, Phillip Island and then critically in the first race in Sydney - meant that the Championship would be decided on the Homebush street circuit on the final day of the season. Dick Johnson Racing's James Courtney, whose consistency throughout the year in his FG Falcon saw him leading the points going into the final round - despite winning five races to Whincup's nine - needed only to finish the final race to be crowned Champion for 2010. On a tense December afternoon in Sydney, Courtney crossed the line unscathed, denying Whincup the opportunity of recording three successive Championship victories.

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