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Among the stories on the final day of the Repco Mt Panorama 500 was the furore surrounding Cameron Waters’ actions in the ARMOR All Top 10 Shootout.
In the post-race press conference, Waters denied he intentionally dragged dirt onto the circuit following his shootout lap.
Waters qualified second behind Shane van Gisbergen, who went on to win the race after the former lost the lead during the first round of stops.
However, Waters had already earned the ire of some of his rivals, and fronted driving…

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