Despite a troubled round at Townsville, Jamie Whincup continues to lead the V8 Supercars Championship standings

Current championship standings of the 2013 V8 Supercars Championship Series after the completion of the Sucrogen Townsville 400 (Round 7 of 14):

  Driver Entry / Team Pen. Points
1. Jamie Whincup Holden Red Bull Racing AU / Triple 8 Engineering 45 1591
2. Craig Lowndes Holden Red Bull Racing AU / Triple 8 Engineering 45 1480
3. Will Davison Ford Pepsi Max Crew / Ford Performance Racing 25 1376
4. Mark Winterbottom Ford Pepsi Max Crew / Ford Performance Racing 0 1337
5. Shane van Gisbergen Holden VIP Petfoods / Tekno Autosports 0 1310
6. Garth Tander Holden Holden Racing Team / TWR 0 1302
7. Fabian Coulthard Holden Lockwood Racing / Brad Jones Racing 30 1291
8. Jason Bright Holden Team BOC / Brad Jones Racing 15 1269
9. James Courtney Holden Holden Racing Team / TWR 15 1243
10. Jonathon Webb Holden Darrell Lea Racing / Tekno Autosports 15 1104
11. Scott McLaughlin Holden Fujitsu Racing / Garry Rogers Motorsport 0 966
12. Rick Kelly Nissan Jack Daniel’s Racing / Nissan Motorsport 0 905
13. David Reynolds Ford Bottle-O Racing / Ford Performance Racing 0 898
14. James Moffat Nissan Norton 360 Racing / Nissan Motorsport 15 825
15. Alex Davison Ford Jeld-Wen Racing / Ford Performance Racing 15 814
16. Tony D’Alberto Holden HIFLEX Racing / Tony D’Alberto Racing 15 753
17. Alexandre Prémat Holden Fujitsu Racing / Garry Rogers Motorsport 30 725
18. Russell Ingall Holden SuperCheap Auto Racing / TWR 25 711
19. Michael Caruso Nissan Norton 360 Racing / Nissan Motorsport 0 637
20. Dean Fiore Holden Dodo Insurance / Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport 0 630
21. Tim Slade AMG Heavy Haulage Racing / Erebus Motorsport 0 597
22. David Wall Holden Wilson Security Racing / Brad Jones Racing 0 581
23. Tim Blanchard Ford Wilson Security Racing / Dick Johnson Racing 15 533
24. Chaz Mostert Ford Wilson Security Racing / Dick Johnson Racing 0 532
=. Todd Kelly Nissan Jack Daniel’s Racing / Nissan Motorsport 40 532
26. Lee Holdsworth AMG IRWIN Racing / Erebus Motorsport 0 523
27. Scott Pye Holden EKOL Racing / Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport 0 510
28. Maro Engel AMG SP Tools Racing / Erebus Motorsport 50 390
29. Jonny Reid Ford Wilson Security Racing / Dick Johnson Racing 0 149

Championship points are awarded on the following basis:

Race Format 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th onwards
Two-Race 150 138 129 120 111 102 96 90 84 78 72 -3pts thereafter
Three-Race 100 92 86 80 74 68 64 60 56 52 48 -2pts thereafter
Four-Race 75 69 64 60 55 51 48 45 42 39 36 -1pt thereafter
Sandown QR 50 46 43 40 37 34 32 30 28 26 24 -1pt thereafter
Sandown 500 200 184 172 160 148 136 128 120 112 104 96 -4pts thereafter
Bathurst 1K 300 276 258 240 222 204 192 180 168 156 144 -6pts thereafter

  • Two-race refers to all rounds of the championship with a two-race format: the Clipsal 500 Adelaide, the Sucrogen Townsville 400, the Armor All Gold Coast 600 and the Sydney 500.
  • Three-race refers to all rounds of the championship with a three-race format: the Tasmania Microsoft Office 365, the Chill Perth 360, the Skycity Darwin Triple Crown, the Coates Hire Ipswich 360, the Winton 360 and the Phillip Island 400.
  • Four-race refers to the rounds of the championship with a four-race format: the ITM 400 Auckland and the Austin 400.
  • Sandown Qualifying Races refers to the unique points system used for the Sandown 500 qualifying races. Both the regular season driver and endurance co-driver will compete in a short "Qualifying Race", which awards points to each driver. These are then totaled up after the second race to decide the grid of the main race.
  • Sandown 500 refers to the unique points system used for the Sandown 500 endurance race, held after the qualifying races.
  • Bathurst 1000 refers to the unique points system used for the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 endurance race.
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