Shell V-Power Racing has won the Pirtek Pit Stop Challenge for the second year in a row after beating Brad Jones Racing on Friday night at Mount Panorama.
The contest resulted in a near dead-heat with the crew of Scott McLaughin's car proclaimed winner.
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“Well that was great,” exclaimed Penske.
“I guess maybe we should just split it (the prize money) and so we both won – is that a good idea? We're going to split it with these guys next to us, how's that?
“It was so close we're going to spit it.”
“You could not pick that in a million years,” added Pirtek managing director Steve Dutton.
An elated Ryan Story, Shell V-Power Racing's managing director, said the team have plans for the prize money.
“I'm considering myself the Vince Lombardi of the Pirtek Pit Stop Challenge; I gave the boys a pep talk before the first one, a pep talk before the second one,” enthused Story.
“Let me let you in on a little secret, I told them the winnings will go towards the team Christmas party, so they were well motivated to get this one done.”
This put Brad Jones Racing and Shell V-Power Racing's against each other in the final, with the latter winning the Pirtek Pit Stop Challenge to take home the Golden Pirtek Rattle Gun.