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The / which placed second in race. The car is pictured in 2015. Datsuns Outta Sight Outta Mind Rare. The 1978 Hardie-Ferodo 1000 was the 19th running of the race. It was held on 1 October 1978, at the just outside. The race was open to cars eligible to the locally developed touring car regulations with three engine capacity based classes. The race was won by, his third win, and racer, his first. The pair drove a to a single lap victory over another Torana, that of and driver.

Third was the first of the, that of veteran and New Zealand open wheel great. Richards became the first New Zealander to win the race and it was the third win. Harris/Clark Toyota Celica The Up to 2000cc class saw a mix of and,,,, and. Hardies Heroes [ ] 1978 saw the introduction of the Hardies Heroes Top 10 runoff (now referred as the Top Ten Shootout) for pole position, devised by race broadcaster and the Australian Racing Drivers Club (ARDC) for extra television time on the day before the race.

With official qualifying now held on the Friday (previously held on the Saturday before the race from 1963-1977), the runoff was held on the Saturday morning with Seven showing half-hour highlights around Australia later in the afternoon. Drivers drew the order in which they would run out of a hat with the order being,,,,,,,, and lucky last. Each driver had two, one lap runs to set a quick time, though the second lap was optional. Morning showers meant that the track was damp during the first run and with most cars on wet weather tyres, times reflected this with Grice recording a first up 2:38.2 and Brock a 2:35.6. No other driver was then able to lap better than 2:27 until Allan Moffat went out and ignoring the puddles (plus a little help from team members on top of the mountain who radioed in that the track was now dry enough for slicks), ran a 2:21.59 lap while hitting 159 mph (256 km/h) on Conrod Straight.

Moffat's time in his powered was some 6 seconds faster than anyone else had managed and 4.8 seconds under his own Group C Touring Car lap record set in 1977. Taking Moffat's cue that the track was now dry enough for quick times, Brock then ran a 2:20.006 in his HDT Torana which was enough to give him his second Bathurst pole in succession and his third overall (his pole time would not be beaten until ).

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Moffat's team mate Colin Bond then joined Brock on the front row with a 2:20.871 lap (0.865 slower than Brock), and while Moffat then tried to respond, he had to settle for the inside of the second row with a time of 2:21.597. Bob Morris, the fastest in official qualifying with a 2:21.7 would start in fourth after equaling his time in the runoff, with his team mate Derek Bell rounding out the top 5, though he was some 2.8 seconds slower than Morris. John French in the second Bryan Byrt Ford Falcon was the slowest in the runoff, his time some 10.2 seconds slower than Brock's pole time and 4.6 seconds slower than team mate Dick Johnson. Pos No Team Driver Car Time Pole 05 2:20.006 2 2 2:20.871 3 1 2:21.597 4 7 2:21.766 5 27 2:24.602 6 17 2:25.632 7 6 Craven Mild Racing 2:25.950 8 8 Jack Brabham Holdings Pty Ltd 2:25.988 9 20 Roadways / Gown-Hindhaugh 2:26.144 10 32 2:30.244 * was fastest qualifier going into Hardies Heroes in his with a 2:21.7 lap, and although he equalled this time in the shootout, he fell to 4th on the grid. * made the first of 20 consecutive starts in the Top 10 runoff at Bathurst.

He finished the shootout in 6th position in his. * 's pole time of 2:20.006 would stand as the fastest pole time at Bathurst until recorded a 2:17.501 to claim pole in a in. * Triple World Champion qualified for his only top 10 shootout at Bathurst in a 4-Door version of the A9X Torana, finishing in 8th position. The Brabham name would not appear in another Bathurst Top 10 runoff until his son qualified 8th in in a. * The top 10 consisted of 6 Holden Torana's and 4 Ford Falcons.

While the Torana's were spread over 5 different teams, the Falcons only came from and.

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