Broc Feeney sweeps Hidden Valley races to close in on Will Brown

Triple Eight driver Broc Feeney made a clean sweep of the Supercars Championship races at Hidden Valley to close in on team-mate Will Brown in the standings.

James Golding started from pole in the first race and claimed the lead as the lights went out with Feeney right behind.

Feeney managed to get past on lap three, quickly building up a gap that he extended throughout the race.

Team18 driver Mark Winterbottom completed a strong first race and climbed to second place ahead of Feeney’s team-mate Brown.

Pole sitter Golding dropped back to finish fourth after a slow pit stop.

Feeney was on his own at the top, winning the race close to nine seconds ahead of Winterbottom, while points leader Brown was close to eleven seconds behind in third.

Golding came home in fourth ahead of Walkinshaw Andretti United driver David Reynolds who once more was the top Ford Mustang driver.

Feeney started from pole in the second race ahead of Erebus Motorsport driver Brodie Kostecki and Brown.

Feeney once more claimed the lead as the race went underway, with Brown beating Kostecki in the drag race to the first corner.

The safety car was brought out on the first lap after a spectacular incident between Andre Heimgartner and Cooper Murray, with Heimgartner’s Chevrolet climbing up and over wildcard entry Murray.

Racing resumed soon after as both cars could head back to the pits under their own power.

Brown closed in on team-mate Feeney as the race neared its end but could not get close enough to challenge for the lead.

Feeney won the race by 1.3 seconds, with Kostecki a distant third, 17 seconds adrift.

Golding claimed yet another fourth place finish ahead of Nick Percat.

Will Davison of Dick Johnson Racing was the top Ford Mustang driver in seventh place behind Jack Le Brocq.

Brown heads the standings on 1353 points with Feeney second on 1245 while Mostert, who finished 15th, is third on 1075 points.