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    Supercars driver Richie Stanaway believes Holden's recent aerodynamic changes have bridged the gap to Ford, but not levelled the playing field

    Supercars driver Richie Stanaway believes Holden's recent aerodynamic changes have bridged the gap to Ford, but not levelled the playing field


    The kiwi driver finished fourteenth in the first practice session at Pukekohe.

    The Ford Mustangs have had a clear aerodynamic advantage this season winning 19 of the opening 22 races.

    Holden teams are trialling changes at Pukekohe, but Stanaway says they are still at a disadvantage.



    The second session gets underway at 3-30.

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