2009 Clipsal 500

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South Australia 2009 Clipsal 500
Event Information
Round 1 of 14 in the 2009 V8 Supercar Championship Series
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Date 20–22 March 2009
Location Adelaide, South Australia
Venue Adelaide Street Circuit
Weather Fine
Results
Race 1
Distance 78 laps 250 km
Pole position Jamie Whincup
Triple Eight Race Engineering
1:21.8123
Winner Jamie Whincup
Triple Eight Race Engineering
1:59:06.5279
Race 2
Distance 78 laps 250 km
Winner Jamie Whincup
Triple Eight Race Engineering
2:00:39.5887

The 2009 Clipsal 500 was the first race of the 2009 V8 Supercar Championship Series. It was held on the weekend of 20–22 March around the inner city streets of Adelaide, the capital of South Australia.

Qualifying

Qualifying was held on Friday 20 March, and was split into two sessions. Session one lasted for 34 minutes, 15 seconds and saw the top ten drivers qualifying for the Top Ten Shootout, with positions 11–30 being set by times in the session. In this first session, reigning series champion Jamie Whincup set the pace, setting a new qualifying lap record of 1:21.2773.[1] Although he was some half a second slower in the Shootout, Whincup was still quick enough to lead a Triple Eight Race Engineering 1-2 with Craig Lowndes 0.2545 seconds behind.[2] Mark Winterbottom and Lee Holdsworth had both gone faster than Lowndes but both drivers lost their respective times due to excessive use of kerbing during their hot laps.[3] Garth Tander was top Holden in third, with James Courtney qualifying fourth, in his first session as a Dick Johnson Racing driver.

Race 1

Race 1 was held on Saturday 21 March.

Race 2

Race 2 was held on Sunday 22 March.

Results

Race 1 Results

[4]

Pos No Name Team Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 1 Jamie Whincup Triple Eight Race Engineering 78 1:59:06.5279 1 150
2 33 Lee Holdsworth Garry Rogers Motorsport 78 +14.0s 10 138
3 22 Will Davison Holden Racing Team 78 +26.1s 7 129
4 17 Steven Johnson Dick Johnson Racing 78 +28.9s 8 120
5 8 Jason Richards Brad Jones Racing 78 +30.5s 8 111
6 9 Shane van Gisbergen Stone Brothers Racing 78 +35.9s 12 102
7 7 Todd Kelly Jack Daniels Racing 78 +36.3s 24 96
8 39 Russell Ingall Paul Morris Motorsport 78 +41.5s 16 90
9 14 Cameron McConville Brad Jones Racing 78 +43.2s 29 84
10 15 Rick Kelly Jack Daniels Racing 78 +47.6s 17 78
11 111 Fabian Coulthard Paul Cruickshank Racing 78 +48.7s 5 72
12 25 Jason Bright Stone Brothers Racing 78 +53.0s 13 69
13 24 David Reynolds Walkinshaw Racing 78 +1m7.6s 22 66
14 16 Dale Wood Kelly Racing 78 +1m14.7s 30 (DNP) 63
15 4 Alex Davison Stone Brothers Racing 77 + 1 lap 26 60
16 021 Dean Fiore Paul Morris Motorsport 76 + 2 laps 28 57
17 10 Paul Dumbrell Walkinshaw Racing 76 + 2 laps 6 54
18 5 Mark Winterbottom Ford Performance Racing 76 + 2 laps 9 51
19 888 Craig Lowndes Triple Eight Race Engineering 75 + 3 laps 2 48
20 18 James Courtney Dick Johnson Racing 70 + 8 laps 4 45
DNF 2 Garth Tander Holden Racing Team 67 Power steering 3
DNF 6 Steven Richards Ford Performance Racing 65 11
DNF 3 Jason Bargwanna Tasman Motorsport 65 23
DNF 77 Marcus Marshall Team IntaRacing 54 21
DNF 67 Tim Slade Paul Morris Motorsport 48 19
DNF 51 Greg Murphy Tasman Motorsport 34 18
DNF 11 Jack Perkins Kelly Racing 27 25
DNF 333 Michael Patrizi Paul Cruickshank Racing 12 27
DNF 34 Michael Caruso Garry Rogers Motorsport 7 Accident 15
DNF 55 Tony D'Alberto Rod Nash Racing 0 20

Race 2 results

[5]

Pos No Name Team Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 1 Jamie Whincup Triple Eight Race Engineering 78 2:00:39.5887 1 150
2 22 Will Davison Holden Racing Team 78 +0.7s 3 138
3 2 Garth Tander Holden Racing Team 78 +4.4s 21 129
4 888 Craig Lowndes Triple Eight Race Engineering 78 +4.9s 19 120
5 33 Lee Holdsworth Garry Rogers Motorsport 78 +6.9s 2 111
6 17 Steven Johnson Dick Johnson Racing 78 +8.7s 4 102
7 8 Jason Richards Brad Jones Racing 78 +14.8s 5 96
8 51 Greg Murphy Tasman Motorsport 78 +15.6s 26 90
9 6 Steven Richards Ford Performance Racing 78 +16.2s 22 84
10 15 Rick Kelly Jack Daniels Racing 78 +21.2s 10 78
11 25 Jason Bright Stone Brothers Racing 78 +21.8s 12 72
12 111 Fabian Coulthard Paul Cruickshank Racing 78 +22.3s 11 69
13 9 Shane van Gisbergen Stone Brothers Racing 78 +24.3s 6 66
14 77 Marcus Marshall Team IntaRacing 78 +24.9s 24 63
15 39 Russell Ingall Paul Morris Motorsport 78 +26.5s 8 60
16 34 Michael Caruso Garry Rogers Motorsport 78 +28.0s 29 57
17 10 Paul Dumbrell Walkinshaw Racing 78 +43.9s 17 54
18 021 Dean Fiore Paul Morris Motorsport 78 +53.5s 16 51
19 333 Michael Patrizi Paul Cruickshank Racing 78 +1:06.0s 28 48
20 3 Jason Bargwanna Tasman Motorsport 76 + 2 laps 23 45
21 14 Cameron McConville Brad Jones Racing 76 + 2 laps 9 42
22 5 Mark Winterbottom Ford Performance Racing 68 + 10 laps 18 39
23 55 Tony D'Alberto Rod Nash Racing 67 + 11 laps 30 36
24 18 James Courtney Dick Johnson Racing 63 + 15 laps 20 33
25 4 Alex Davison Stone Brothers Racing 62 + 16 laps 15 30
DNF 7 Todd Kelly Jack Daniels Racing 69 7
DNF 24 David Reynolds Walkinshaw Racing 68 13
DNF 16 Dale Wood Kelly Racing 57 14
DNF 67 Tim Slade Paul Morris Motorsport 22 25
DNF 11 Jack Perkins Kelly Racing 0 27

Post-race

Russell Ingall and James Courtney were given ten point deductions after the weekend for careless driving.[6]

Standings

  • After Round 1 of 14
Pos No Name Team Points
1 1 Jamie Whincup Triple Eight Race Engineering 300
2 22 Will Davison Toll Holden Racing Team 267
3 33 Lee Holdsworth Garry Rogers Motorsport 249
4 17 Steven Johnson Jim Beam Racing 222
5 8 Jason Richards Brad Jones Racing 207

Support categories

The 2009 Clipsal 500 had five support categories.

Category Round winner
Fujitsu V8 Supercars Series David Russell (Ford BA Falcon)
Formula 3 Joey Foster (Dallara F307 Mercedes-Benz)
Australian GT Championship Craig Baird (Mosler MT900R GT3)
V8 Utes Gary Baxter (Holden VE Ute SS)
Touring Car Masters Gavin Bullas (Ford Boss Mustang)

References

  1. ^ "2009 Clipsal 500 V8 Supercars - Qualifying". natsoft.com.au. 20 March 2009. Archived from the original on 20 June 2009. Retrieved 26 March 2009.
  2. ^ "2009 Clipsal 500 V8 Supercars - Top Ten Shootout". natsoft.com.au. 20 March 2009. Archived from the original on 25 March 2009. Retrieved 26 March 2009.
  3. ^ "Frosty kerbed in Clipsal controversy". crash.net. 20 March 2009. Archived from the original on 20 June 2009. Retrieved 26 March 2009.
  4. ^ "2009 Clipsal 500 V8 Supercars - Race 1". natsoft.com.au. 21 March 2009. Archived from the original on 20 June 2009. Retrieved 17 June 2009.
  5. ^ "2009 Clipsal 500 V8 Supercars - Race 2". natsoft.com.au. 22 March 2009. Retrieved 17 June 2009.
  6. ^ "2009 V8 Supercar Championship Series - Round 1, Adelaide Parklands: Summary of Penalties". Confederation of Australian Motor Sport. 21 March 2009. Archived from the original on 30 September 2009. Retrieved 26 March 2009.

External links

  • Clipsal 500 website
  • Official timing and results
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2008 NRMA Motoring & Services Grand Finale
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2009 Hamilton 400
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2008 Clipsal 500
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2010 Clipsal 500
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