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The fifth stop on the 2024 Supercars Championship brought Bendix Racing all the way up to The Top End for the 2024 betr Darwin Triple Crown. Darwin’s Hidden Valley Raceway would set the scene for Race 11 and 12 of the 2024 Championship with Nick Percat piloting the Bendix Racing Camaro sporting its newly-unveiled Indigenous livery.

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The on-track action would kick off with Friday’s practice session which would see Nick Percat claim the 13th fastest lap amongst the pack with a 1m06.763s best time. Qualifying for Race 11 would take place later that afternoon with Nick Percat ending the session in P2, firmly cementing his place in Saturday’s Top 10 Shootout.

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Saturday’s festivities began with another practice session to start the day where Nick Percat would take the 8th fastest lap with a best time of 1m06.841s. The Top 10 Shootout would kick off shortly after and would see Nick Percat earn himself a P4 start on the grid for Race 11 thanks to a 1m06.460s best lap. Race 11 would cap off Saturday at Hidden Valley Raceway and would see Nick Percat earn himself a P7 race result after 48 laps of hard-fought battle. Nick had the following to say to round out his Saturday efforts.

Nick Percat: “It was a good race, we managed to get not a bad start and so we did the first stint and the car was solid. The boys did a really good job at pit stops and we did have to wait for one car to come through which probably hurt the result a little bit. If we had the perfect race and a clean pit lane, we probably could’ve gotten a trophy but it’s just how the cookie crumbles. Good thing is the car is fast and the pit stops are good so we’ll go again tomorrow.”

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Sunday would kick away with Race 12’s Qualifying and would see Nick Percat earn a P13 start on the grid for Race 12 that afternoon after an incredibly close session. An outstanding drive from Nick in Race 12 saw him fight all the way back into the top 10 with a P5 race result after claiming eight places up the pack.

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With the 2024 Darwin Triple Crown in the rearview, we see Nick Percat move up to 4th on the leaderboard with 855 points. In the team standings, Matt Stone Racing remains in 6th place on the leaderboard with a total of 1483 points.

The 2024 Supercars Championship continues next month when the series heads to Townsville, QLD for the 2024 NTI Townsville 500, running from July 5th – 7th.

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