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Shootout controversy could prompt Supercars rule change

The Kiwi was unimpressed with officials following his Shootout lap last Saturday after his warm-up was compromised by a crash on the previous lap.Zane Goddard missed his brake pedal on the way into the final corner on his timed lap before spinning and hitting the fence.He did manage to get going and back into pitlane under his own steam, but by that point van Gisbergen had been told by his …Keep reading
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