Van Gisbergen runs a supercar in Adelaide.

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Two pole positions, two wins.
After the opening weekend of the Adelaide Supercars championship, Mr. Holden’s Shane van Gisbergen data did not improve.
Horton, because of his red bull racing team steady players and defending champion jamie verne doppler in 136 games for the first time failed to complete the super sports car, van gith bergen 250 kilometers of the finals on Sunday launched four victories in the streets of Adelaide.
Van Gisbergen left south Australia with a 32-point lead in Whincup in front of a record of 85,100 people.
It was the 26th game in his career to win the 2016 title, and he joined Whincup (08,09) and Marcos Ambrose (04,05) to become the only driver to win four straight wins in Adelaide.
David Reynolds, the 1,000th champion of Barcelona, briefly jumped into the van gisbergen midfield after a few laps, then surpassed them in a few laps, ranking second in the rankings and Adelaide in second place.
Holden has secured a stable third place for the 40-year-old driver.
Ford is a fourth star chass moss, his teammate mark winterbottom looks set to position in the 56th circle through free throws before the requirements, because he was in the second round 2.33 km street circuit in excessive cut sections.
Winterbottom will return on Sunday, but he is not the only major name on Sunday.
When his gearbox exploded, Whincup swept 30 times ahead and did not pass.
The seven-time champion tried to bring his Commodore back to the pits for repairs, but his drive bridge was so damaged that he had to retire for the first time since the gold coast race in 2013.
Scott McLaughlin, a ford driver, had to finish 10th in the 25th lap after the red bull’s opening match, ending his hopes for the podium.
The next leg of the tournament is the Australian formula one grand prix, held in Melbourne on March 22 solstice 25.
Horton, because of his red bull racing team steady players and defending champion jamie verne doppler in 136 games for the first time failed to complete the super sports car, van gith bergen 250 kilometers of the finals on Sunday launched four victories in the streets of Adelaide.
Van Gisbergen left south Australia with a 32-point lead in Whincup in front of a record of 85,100 people.


It was the 26th game in his career to win the 2016 title, and he joined Whincup (08,09) and Marcos Ambrose (04,05) to become the only driver to win four straight wins in Adelaide.
David Reynolds, the 1,000th champion of Barcelona, briefly jumped into the van gisbergen midfield after a few laps, then surpassed them in a few laps, ranking second in the rankings and Adelaide in second place.
Holden has secured a stable third place for the 40-year-old driver.
Ford is a fourth star chass moss, his teammate mark winterbottom looks set to position in the 56th circle through free throws before the requirements, because he was in the second round 2.33 km street circuit in excessive cut sections.
Winterbottom will return on Sunday, but he is not the only major name on Sunday.
When his gearbox exploded, Whincup swept 30 times ahead and did not pass.
The seven-time champion tried to bring his Commodore back to the pits for repairs, but his drive bridge was so damaged that he had to retire for the first time since the gold coast race in 2013.
Scott McLaughlin, a ford driver, had to finish 10th in the 25th lap after the red bull’s opening match, ending his hopes for the podium.
The next leg of the tournament is the Australian formula one grand prix, held in Melbourne on March 22 solstice 25.
Then his new ZB Commodore gearbox exploded, forcing the seven-time champion to withdraw from the tournament for the first time since the gold coast tour in 2013 – a total of 136 games.
Sunday’s play brought an incredible start to Whincup, which was hit by qualifying in Friday’s game. On Friday, his team had to rebuild his car for 12 hours on Friday.
The team managed to get him to the pre-season on Saturday, where he won sixth place, but the 35-year-old admitted it was a forgotten event.
“We looked good there, we had some progress, it was tough, it wasn’t the end we wanted,” Whincup told AAP.
“It was a tough weekend and I put it on the wall. We had a 4’amer on Friday night and 1’amer last night.
“This is the peak and the trough of motor racing.”
However, the champion was disappointed at his adopted a way of philosophy, the goal is in this year’s March 22 to 25, the second leg of bounce back in Melbourne at the Australian grand prix.
“It’s early, that’s all you can do,” he said.
“We’re showing some real steps today, so yes, we’re going to leave and see what we can do.”

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