There is all sorts of fantastic content buried on YouTube, and we came across this gem from the Supercars round at Sydney Motorsport Park earlier this year.
Victory in the second race of the weekend meant Jamie Whincup joined Craig Lowndes as only the second driver to win more than 100 championship races.
His last two laps are awesome to watch, driving of the highest calibre, but it's after the chequered flag falls that the real action begins, Whincup shredding the rear tyres off his Triple Eight Commodore.
It also raises a question. As the most successful driver in the history of the sport with six titles, why isn't Whincup's name mentioned more often among the likes of Lowndes, Johnson, Brock and Moffat?
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