Brodie Kostecki has won his first ever Supercars race in a wild sprint at Albert Park this afternoon.

Wet weather played its part again today, with the race declared wet from the outset. They both reacted perfectly from the start though, Will from P2 and Brodie from P4 on the grid.

The two Coca-Cola Camaros went 1-2 through the first complex as they went head to head with both Triple Eight cars.

The Safety Car was deployed not long after when David Reynolds found the gravel, with racing resuming on lap 3.

There was absolute craziness on the restart and a crucial move from Brodie saw him jump from third to take the lead of the race.

Will pit as soon as the pit window opened at the end of lap 3, charging into pit lane and swapping from his hard tyres to his super-soft rubber.

Brodie made his stop on lap 6, and with the race declared wet, he was able to stay on super-soft rubber and only change two rear tyres.

It was at the same time the Safety Car was deployed for a second time, Brodie re-entering the track still in the lead, and now behind Safety Car.

With the race set to a time certain finish, Brodie followed the Safety car past the chequered flag to claim the first win of his career.

Meanwhile, the compulsory four-tyre stop for Will saw him drop out of podium contention to seventh at the end. Although a post-race penalty handed out to James Courteny now elevates him to P6.

Tomorrow will see two early morning qualifying sessions before Race 5 kicks off at 5:30pm local time.