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Race details Round 11 of 14 in the 2010 V8 Supercar Championship Series on the Surfers Paradise Street Circuit at Surfers Paradise, Queensland. Date 22–24 October 2010 Location Surfers Paradise, Queensland Course Surfers Paradise Street Circuit 2.96 [1] km Distance 2 x 102 laps, 600 km Weather Fine Pole Driver Garth Tander Holden Racing Team Time Race 1 First Garth Tander Cameron McConville Holden Racing Team Second Craig Lowndes Andy Priaulx Triple Eight Race Engineering Third Shane Van Gisbergen John McIntyre Stone Brothers Racing Race 2 First Jamie Whincup Steve Owen Triple Eight Race Engineering Second Shane Van Gisbergen John McIntyre Stone Brothers Racing Third Mark Winterbottom Luke Youlden Ford Performance Racing The 2010 Armor All Gold Coast 600 is the eleventh event of the 2010 V8 Supercar Championship Series. It will be held on the weekend of the October 22 to 24 at the Surfers Paradise Street Circuit in Queensland. V8 Supercars became the naming right category of the event for the first time in 2010 after racing as a support category for international open wheel racing for many of the previous Surfers Paradise events. In 2009 V8 Supercar were the leading category but not the naming rights category as that had been previously marketted as a double header with A1 Grand Prix who failed to arrive. In an altered format for 2010 the races would take place over two 300 kilometre races with a driver change in the first time a third co-driver event was held in an Australian touring car season since 1990. In an effort to keep the events former international flavour each V8 Supercar team has employed a driver with an 'international reputation' with many drivers coming from the IndyCar Series and the World Touring Car Championship. Contents 1 Race 21 2 Race 22 3 Entry list 4 References 5 External links // Race 21 Chaos erupted at the start. Cameron McConville launched away from Garth Tander's pole position, but crept on the line and would be assigned a ten second pit penalty for a jumped start. Jacques Villeneuve, also to be penalised for a too quick start, and Luke Youlden collided at the first corner, with Villeneuve then spinning in front of the pack at the second corner after contact with Greg Ritter, causing damage to several cars. Will Davison stopped on the first lap after contact with the spinning Villeneuve. Dean Fiore also pulled in on the opening lap with Will Power an early stopper after losing all of his cars oil. McConville led the early laps with Michael Caruso climbing through the field into second place. Steve Owen also climbed through the field into third ahead of Warren Luff. Repeated spoiler damage by Tiago Monteiro caused his retirement. On lap 70 Garth Tander was assigned a mechanical black flag, it was assumed for a fuel leak, but as it transpired to be a leak from Tander's drink bottle the flag was withdrawn. Subsequently Tander's car shed a headlight cluster into the path of pursuing cars to no penalty, causing controversy amongst team principals and officials in the pits. Courtney took the lead from Tander just prior to a safety car being called for Andrew Thompson, parked in the first chicane. Immediately at the lap 84 restart, Greg Murphy and Todd Kelly stopped in the second corner after Kelly spun. Team mates Jason Bright and Jason Richards tangled on another safety car restart on lap 97, shortly after race leader James Courtney was penalised a drive-through for slowing down after the safety car pulled away from the queue. Garth Tander pulled out to win from Craig Lowndes and Shane Van Gisbergen. Michael Caruso finished fourth from Alex Davison, Jamie Whincup and Jason Bright. Race 22 Steven Richards outlaunched teammate polesitter Luke Youlden to lead at the start as Greg Ritter crawled away all but stalling. Alain Menu was also slow away and stopped on the track, bringin out the safety car. At the restart there was contact between Cameron McConville and David Brabham, sending Brabham into the wall hard. At the second restart Richards started to build a gap over Youlden and Warren Luff. Steve Owen and Michael Caruso quickly pushed past Youlden and Luff. Safety car emerged again for the stopped car of Andrew Thompson. The safety car emerged again on lap 33 for debris on the circuit as Jack Perkins scrapped a door skin off his car at the top of the circuit. Andrew Jones had an exhaust problem and slowed on the front straight to allow his pitcrew to examine the car as he passed. Three cars came past at differing speeds. Scott Dixon swung to the inside to get around the slowing cars infront as they checked their speed to begin their first safety car lap. Dixon struck the slow moving Jones, tearing the right rear corner from Jones' Commodore and damaging the front left corner of his own Commodore, putting both out of the race. Steven Johnson was shortly afterward put into the wall after contact with Rick Kelly. The final laps saw a close dice between Jamie Whincup and Shane Van Gisbergen which became a physical clash on the final lap into the first chicane. Whincup held out the charging Van Gisbergen, with Mark Winterbottom crossing for third just behind. Entry list source:[2] No Drivers Team Car 1 Jamie Whincup Steve Owen Triple Eight Race Engineering Holden VE Commodore 2 Garth Tander Cameron McConville Holden Racing Team Holden VE Commodore 3 Tony D'Alberto Tiago Monteiro Tony D'Alberto Racing Holden VE Commodore 4 Alex Davison David Brabham Stone Brothers Racing Ford FG Falcon 5 Mark Winterbottom Luke Youlden Ford Performance Racing Ford FG Falcon 6 Steven Richards Will Power Ford Performance Racing Ford FG Falcon 7 Todd Kelly Scott Dixon Kelly Racing Holden VE Commodore 8 Jason Richards Andrew Jones Brad Jones Racing Holden VE Commodore 9 Shane Van Gisbergen John McIntyre Stone Brothers Racing Ford FG Falcon 10 Andrew Thompson Mika Salo Walkinshaw Racing Holden VE Commodore 11 Jason Bargwanna Alex Tagliani Kelly Racing Holden VE Commodore 12 Dean Fiore Gianni Morbidelli Triple F Racing Ford FG Falcon 14 Jason Bright Alain Menu Brad Jones Racing Holden VE Commodore 15 Rick Kelly Owen Kelly Kelly Racing Holden VE Commodore 16 Tony Ricciardello Dale Wood Kelly Racing Holden VE Commodore 17 Steven Johnson Dario Franchitti Dick Johnson Racing Ford FG Falcon 18 James Courtney Warren Luff Dick Johnson Racing Ford FG Falcon 19 Jonathon Webb Sébastien Bourdais Tekno Autosports Ford FG Falcon 21 Karl Reindler Fabrizio Giovanardi Britek Motorsport Ford FG Falcon 22 Will Davison Ryan Briscoe Holden Racing Team Holden VE Commodore 24 Fabian Coulthard David Reynolds Walkinshaw Racing Holden VE Commodore 30 Nathan Pretty Scott Pruett Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport Holden VE Commodore 33 Lee Holdsworth Greg Ritter Garry Rogers Motorsport Holden VE Commodore 34 Michael Caruso Patrick Long Garry Rogers Motorsport Holden VE Commodore 39 Russell Ingall Jack Perkins Paul Morris Motorsport Holden VE Commodore 47 Tim Slade Hélio Castroneves James Rosenberg Racing Ford FG Falcon 51 Greg Murphy Yvan Muller Paul Morris Motorsport Holden VE Commodore 55 Paul Dumbrell Jacques Villeneuve Rod Nash Racing Ford FG Falcon 888 Craig Lowndes Andy Priaulx Triple Eight Race Engineering Holden VE Commodore References ^ "The Race-Track Map". GoldCoast600.com.au. http://www.goldcoast600.com.au/the-race/track-map.  ^ "Championship Series Results & Schedule". The Official Website of the Australian V8 Supercar Championship Series. http://www.v8supercars.com.au/championshipseries/results/tabid/84/default.aspx. Retrieved 2010-10-21.  External links Official website Official timing and results Official series website V8 Supercar Previous race: 2010 Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 2010 V8 Supercar Championship Series Next race: 2010 Falken Tasmania Challenge Previous year: 2009 V8 Supercar Challenge V8 Supercar Challenge Next year: 2011 V8 Supercar Challenge