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Davison edges Whincup for Bathurst pole

ABC Saturday 6th October, 2012

Bathurst 2795 Ford's Will Davison has secured pole position by the narrowest of margins for Sunday's Bathurst 1000 V8 Supercars endurance race.Davison clocked a lap of 2:08.0693 around the Mount Panorama circuit to just edge Holden's Jamie Whincup for his first Bathurst pole position.Whincup, who was a mere two 10/1000ths of a second ahead of Davison's time after two thirds of his lap, clocked a 2:08.1008 and will start second on the grid for t...

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