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    Shane van Gisbergen is leaving Mount Panorama with two wins to the start the Supercars season, but has some concerns over the quality of racing

    Shane van Gisbergen is leaving Mount Panorama with two wins to the start the Supercars season, but has some concerns over the quality of racing


    A pit-stop strategy enabled the kiwi driver to reel back in Cam Waters, after he'd snatched the lead on the start-line from van Gisbergen.

    Van Gisbergen says the aerodynamic set up of the championship's vehicles is making exciting racing tough to produce.



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