Rick Kelly on Island race two pole

Jack Daniel's Racing's Rick Kelly has taken a narrow pole position for race two of the L&H 500 at Phillip Island, just edging out Jamie Whincup for the top spot

Rick Kelly on Island race two pole

Next on the grid is the second of the Team Vodafone cars with Craig Lowndes at the wheel, with championship leader James Courtney third for Jim Beam Racing ahead of FPR's Mark Winterbottom.

Will Davison, Marcus Marshall, Steven Richards, Lee Holdsworth and Paul Dumbrell complete the top 10 on the grid, while Cameron McConville is in 14th in the car he will be sharing with Garth Tander.

Pos Driver Car Time 1. Rick Kelly Holden Commodore VE 1m32.4448s 2. Jamie Whincup Holden Commodore VE 1m32.4631s +0.0183s 3. Craig Lowndes Holden Commodore VE 1m32.5541s +0.1093s 4. James Courtney Ford Falcon FG 1m32.6858s +0.2410s 5. Mark Winterbottom Ford Falcon FG 1m32.7817s +0.3369s 6. Will Davison Holden Commodore VE 1m33.0556s +0.6108s 7. Marcus Marshall Ford Falcon FG 1m33.0653s +0.6205s 8. Steven Richards Ford Falcon FG 1m33.0748s +0.6300s 9. Lee Holdsworth Holden Commodore VE 1m33.1203s +0.6755s 10. Paul Dumbrell Ford Falcon FG 1m33.2298s +0.7850s 11. Tim Slade Ford Falcon FG 1m33.2338s +0.7890s 12. John McIntyre Ford Falcon FG 1m33.3018s +0.8570s 13. Shane Price Holden Commodore VE 1m33.3023s +0.8575s 14. Cameron McConville Holden Commodore VE 1m33.3206s +0.8758s 15. Greg Ritter Holden Commodore VE 1m33.4380s +0.9932s 16. Fabian Coulthard Holden Commodore VE 1m33.4820s +1.0372s 17. Dale Wood Holden Commodore VE 1m33.5265s +1.0817s 18. Alex Davison Ford Falcon FG 1m33.5359s +1.0911s 19. Jason Bright Holden Commodore VE 1m33.5613s +1.1165s 20. Russell Ingall Holden Commodore VE 1m33.6267s +1.1819s 21. David Russell Ford Falcon FG 1m33.7614s +1.3166s 22. Michael Patrizi Ford Falcon FG 1m33.7697s +1.3249s 23. Nathan Pretty Holden Commodore VE 1m34.1387s +1.6939s 24. Nick Percat Holden Commodore VE 1m34.1781s +1.7333s 25. Andrew Jones Holden Commodore VE 1m34.1928s +1.7480s 26. Tim Blanchard Holden Commodore VE 1m34.4266s +1.9818s 27. Glenn Seton Holden Commodore VE 1m34.5601s +2.1153s 28. Damian Assaillit Ford Falcon BF 1m34.6570s +2.2122s 29. Geoff Emery Holden Commodore VE 1m34.7542s +2.3094s 30. Tony Ricciardello Holden Commodore VE 1m34.7997s +2.3549s 31. David Wall Holden Commodore VE 1m34.8859s +2.4411s 
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