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    Chaz Mostert has dominated the Bathurst 1000 in his Walkinshaw Andretti Holden Commodore, winning at Mt Panorama for a second time

    Chaz Mostert has dominated the Bathurst 1000 in his Walkinshaw Andretti Holden Commodore, winning at Mt Panorama for a second time


    Mostert and co-driver Lee Holdsworth started on pole.

    When a slew of safety cars chopped and changed the order at the three-quarter stage of the race, they maintained the lead and pulled away.

    Mostert says the pressure built.



    Holdsworth says their credentials stacked up.



    Mostert won in 2014 but the win was Holdsworth's first in 18 attempts.

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