Coca-Cola Racing by Erebus’ Brodie Kostecki has made it three from three at The Bend SuperSprint, clean sweeping the round with consecutive race wins.

Teammate Will Brown didn’t have the same fortune and finished his day with two 13th place finishes.


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Starting from the front row for the 10th time this season, Brodie got a great start and quickly slot in front of Thomas Randle, to lead the field into the first complex.

Will also got away well and moved up two spots at the start to P14 before the end of the first sector.

Like yesterday, there was drama on the opening lap with multiple cars rotating in the middle of the pack at Turn 6. Will narrowly avoided the clash and thread his car like a needle through the other side and up to P10.

The #9 pilot reported his rear tyres had started go on lap 7, before stopping for fresh rears on lap 8. Brodie took his compulsory stop on the next lap and re-joined with still some time in hand over Randle in P2.

Will was effectively P9 at the mid-way point, though with those behind with fresher rubber, he could only hold on for so long. Broc Feeney got up the inside of the Coca-Cola Camaro on lap 16, and as they bang doors on the run to the final corner. Andre Heimgartner and James Courtney capitalised on the bump and run, and got by Will who ended up P13 at the end.

Brodie collected an additional 5 points for setting the fastest lap of the race, on his way to claiming his 5th race win.

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Brodie backed it up a second time, converting his 6th pole of the season with the biggest ever pole winning margin at The Bend – 0.4238seconds.

The #99 driver led from the start and that is where he stayed for the races entirety.

Will moved inside the top ten from P13 on the grid, though had a moment on lap 5 which saw him drop back to the rear of the mid-field.

He then pit for tyres at the end of lap 9, while Will waited until lap 13 to take his compulsory stop

At the end, Will worked his way to up to P13 before the checkered flag. Brodie’s win marked Erebus’ 10th this season, and the first time since this time last year where a driver had won all races in a 3-race round.

His dominance sees him drag out his Championship lead to 137 points. Erebus also remain atop the Teams’ leaderboard as they head into Enduro season.

The team welcome back David Russell and Jack Perkins for the Sandown 500, September 15-17.