Liam Talbot and John Martin have qualified on provisional pole for the 101-lap CAMS Australian GT Championship race at Phillip Island.
The Hot Wheels Car Care Porsche entry sealed the spot with a 1:27.944 lap, which was averaged from both of their best laps from Qualifying 1 and Qualifying 2.
Steve Richards and Michael Almond will share the front row with the Porsche, finishing two-tenths of a second behind the leading car in their BMW M6.
Geoff Emery and Garth Tander will start third on the second row, alongside fellow Audi R8 pair of Tony Bates and Daniel Gaunt.
The Mercedes AMG of Peter Hackett and Jake Fouracre finished fifth in qualifying alongside the McLaren 650S of Fraser Ross and Jaxon Evans.
Max Twigg/Tony D’Alberto were seventh, ahead of Ash Samadi/Dylan O’Keefe, Yasser Shahin/Luke Youlden and Adrian Deitz/Cameron McConville rounding out the top 10.
The 20-car field will kick off with an early warm-up session before heading out for their endurance 101-lap race in the afternoon.