Perkins Trophy awarded to Kostecki as Feeney emerges victorious in Albert Park finale

The Supercars Championship wrapped up its season with a thrilling finale at Albert Park, where young driver Shane Feeney emerged victorious in the final race of the weekend. Feeney’s win was the perfect way to cap off an impressive debut season in the championship, and fans were treated to some fantastic racing as the drivers battled it out on the track.

Feeney, who had secured pole position for the final race, managed to hold off challenges from the rest of the field to take the checkered flag. The young driver’s victory was a testament to his talent and determination, and it was clear from his performance throughout the season that he has a bright future ahead of him in the sport.

But while Feeney may have taken the top spot in the final race, it was Brodie Kostecki who took home the coveted Larry Perkins Trophy. The trophy is awarded to the driver who scores the most points across the four races held at Albert Park, and Kostecki’s consistent performance throughout the weekend earned him enough points to claim the trophy.

Kostecki had a strong showing in all four races, finishing in the top five in each one. His performance was a clear indication of his talent and potential, and it was no surprise that he was able to take home the Perkins Trophy.

The weekend’s races at Albert Park were full of excitement and drama, with plenty of action on the track to keep fans on the edge of their seats. The drivers battled it out for supremacy, and there were several incidents and accidents that added to the excitement of the races.

Feeney’s win and Kostecki’s trophy were just two of the highlights of what was a thrilling weekend of motorsport. But there were many other notable performances from the drivers that deserve recognition.

Chaz Mostert, who had a disappointing start to the weekend with a DNF in the first race, bounced back to take victory in the second race. His win was a reminder of the talent and skill that he possesses, and it was a great way for him to end the season on a high note.

Jamie Whincup, who is retiring from the sport at the end of the season, also had a solid showing at Albert Park. The seven-time champion finished on the podium in the first race and managed to secure a top-five finish in the final race of the weekend.

The weekend’s races at Albert Park were a fitting end to what has been an exciting season in the Supercars Championship. There were several standout performances throughout the year, and it was clear that the drivers had given their all in pursuit of the championship title.

Scott McLaughlin, who won the championship in 2018 and 2019, was unable to secure a third consecutive title this year. But the New Zealander still had a strong season, finishing in second place overall behind Shane Van Gisbergen.

Van Gisbergen, who had a dominant season with 11 race wins, was a deserving champion. The Kiwi driver was consistent throughout the year and showed that he is one of the best drivers in the sport.

As the Supercars Championship comes to a close, fans will no doubt be looking forward to the start of the next season. With several talented drivers coming through the ranks, the future of the sport looks bright, and there is sure to be plenty of exciting racing to come.

But for now, it is time to celebrate the end of another thrilling season in the Supercars Championship. Congratulations to Shane Feeney on his victory at Albert Park, and to Brodie Kostecki on winning the Larry Perkins Trophy. It was a weekend to remember, and one that will go down in the history books as a fitting end to a fantastic season.