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Brickstar fir, ale THERE'S simply nosubstituteforexperience. The Bathurst crowdlast night roared louder than a V8 engineas Supercar veteran Cmig Lowndesclimbed the podiumto claim his sixthtitleat Mount Panorama The extraordinary victory notonly ended Ford's two-year reignaskingof the mountain but
edged Lowndesonestep closer to hero Peter Brock's record nine wins. FULL REPORT PAGE 9. SPORT