Craig Lowndes takes pole again for race three at Queensland Raceway

Craig Lowndes' superb weekend at Queensland Raceway continued in Sunday qualifying as he took pole position for the third race of the event

Craig Lowndes takes pole again for race three at Queensland Raceway

The Triple Eight Holden driver had already taken a double victory in Saturday's twin 22-lap races, before adding pole for today's 65-lap finale as well.

Lowndes leads an all-Triple Eight front row, 0.2 seconds quicker than team-mate Jamie Whincup.

Tim Slade also maintained his strong Saturday form as he qualified third, while Jason Bright and Shane van Gisbergen made big gains over day one to take fourth and fifth.

Pos Driver Team/Car Time Gap 1. Craig Lowndes Triple 8 Holden 1m09.5725s 2. Jamie Whincup Triple 8 Holden 1m09.7248s + 0.1523s 3. Tim Slade Rosenberg/SBR Ford 1m09.7612s + 0.1887s 4. Jason Bright Brad Jones Holden 1m09.8593s + 0.2868s 5. Shane van Gisbergen Stone Brothers Ford 1m09.8689s + 0.2964s 6. David Reynolds Kelly Holden 1m09.9302s + 0.3577s 7. Steven Johnson Dick Johnson Ford 1m09.9486s + 0.3761s 8. Fabian Coulthard Walkinshaw Holden 1m10.0030s + 0.4305s 9. Russell Ingall Paul Morris Holden 1m10.0108s + 0.4383s 10. Will Davison FPR Ford 1m10.0328s + 0.4603s 11. James Moffat Dick Johnson Ford 1m10.0732s + 0.5007s 12. Rick Kelly Kelly Holden 1m10.1047s + 0.5322s 13. Jonathon Webb Tekno Ford 1m10.1287s + 0.5562s 14. Steve Owen Paul Morris Holden 1m10.1638s + 0.5913s 15. Michael Caruso Garry Rogers Holden 1m10.1831s + 0.6106s 16. Alex Davison Stone Brothers Ford 1m10.1894s + 0.6169s 17. Jason Bargwanna Brad Jones Holden 1m10.2325s + 0.6600s 18. Dean Fiore Triple F Ford 1m10.2648s + 0.6923s 19. Garth Tander HRT Holden 1m10.2726s + 0.7001s 20. Mark Winterbottom FPR Ford 1m10.2986s + 0.7261s 21. Greg Murphy Kelly Holden 1m10.3013s + 0.7288s 22. James Courtney HRT Holden 1m10.3481s + 0.7756s 23. Tony D'Alberto D'Alberto Ford 1m10.3520s + 0.7795s 24. Lee Holdsworth Garry Rogers Holden 1m10.3552s + 0.7827s 25. Paul Dumbrell Rod Nash/FPR Ford 1m10.4006s + 0.8281s 26. Karl Reindler Britek Holden 1m10.4099s + 0.8374s 27. Todd Kelly Kelly Holden 1m10.4197s + 0.8472s 28. Warren Luff Dumbrell Holden 1m10.4985s + 0.9260s 
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