Will Davison turned things around after the incident in race one to win race two ahead of championship leader Jamie Whincup.
Davison took the lead from pole man Whincup early on in the race thanks to starting on softer tyres. Whincup gained on Davison towards the end of the race when the roles changed regarding soft and hard tyres, but the Ford driver managed to stay ahead to win with 2.9 seconds.
Mark Winterbottom, who won the first race, was initially involved in the top fight but dropped back as the race progressed. The Ford driver finished third, just over ten seconds from team mate and race winner Davison.
Fabian Coulthard made his way up to fourth position ahead of Lee Holdsworth and Craig Lowndes. Tim Slade and Jason Bright rounded off the top eight.