2017 Bathurst 1000: Full results

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    David Reynolds and Luke Youlden have taken out the 2017 Bathurst 1000 for Erebus Motorsport. Below is the complete finishing order of the race, which took over seven hours.

    Pos. Main driver Co-driver Car No. Team Manufacturer Time/Gap
    1 David Reynolds Luke Youlden 9 Erebus Penrite Racing Holden 7 hours and 12 minutes
    2 Scott Pye Warren Luff 2 Mobil 1 HSV Racing Holden 3.8895
    3 Fabian Coulthard Tony D’Alberto 12 Shell V-Power Racing Ford 4.5913
    4 Dale Wood Chris Pither 99 Erebus Galvanizing Racing Holden 6.345
    5 Shane Van Gisbergen Matthew Campbell 97 Red Bull Racing Holden 10.626
    6 Michael Caruso Dean Fiore 23 Nissan Motorsport Nissan 13.6874
    7 Todd Kelly Jack Le Brocq 20 Nissan Motorsport Nissan 24.3004
    8 Jason Bright Garry Jacobson 56 Mega Racing Ford 28.1674
    9 Tim Slade Andre Heimgartner 14 Freightliner Racing Holden 29.6276
    10 Chaz Mostert Steve Owen 55 Supercheap Auto Racing Ford 59.306
    11 Craig Lowndes Steven Richards 888 Vortex Racing Holden 160 laps
    12 Tim Blanchard Todd Hazelwood 21 CoolDrive Racing Holden 160 laps
    13 Rick Kelly David Wall 15 Nissan Motorsport Nissan 159 laps
    14 Will Davison Jonathon Webb 19 Tekno Woodstock Racing Holden 159 laps
    15 Alex Rullo Alex Davison 62 Repair Management Aust Racing Holden 159 laps
    16 Cameron Waters Richie Stanaway 6 Monster Energy Racing Ford 159 laps
    17 Aaren Russell Taz Douglas 3 Repair Management Aust Racing Holden 154 laps
    18 Garth Tander James Golding 33 Wilson Security Racing Holden 152 laps
    19 James Courtney Jack Perkins 22 Mobil 1 HSV Racing Holden 147 laps
    20 Jamie Whincup Paul Dumbrell 88 Red Bull Racing Holden 124 laps
    DNF Nick Percat Macauley Jones 8 Boost Mobile Racing Holden
    DNF Mark Winterbottom Dean Canto 5 Bottle-O Racing Team Ford
    DNF Simona De Silvestro David Russell 78 Team Harvey Norman Nissan
    DNF James Moffat Richard Muscat 34 Wilson Security Racing Holden
    DNF Lee Holdsworth Karl Reindler 18 Preston Hire Racing Holden
    DNF Scott McLaughlin Alexandre Premat 17 Shell V-Power Racing Ford
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