Nick Percat has admitted he’s “nervous” at the prospect of wet weather heading into this weekend’s Gold Coast 600. Rain has been forecasted for the Pirtek Enduro Cup decider, set … Continue Reading Percat “nervous” for potential wet weather running at Gold Coast 600
Tim Slade has taken out the 2017 edition of the Yokohama World Time Attack Challenge at Sydney Motorsport Park in the famed MCA Hammerhead Nissan Silvia S13. The Queensland based driver … Continue Reading Tim Slade victorious in World Time Attack Challenge
New Zealand’s Pukekohe Park Raceway is due to receive a $600 000 track resurface on selective sections of the course ahead of the ITM Auckland SuperSprint. Work has already begun … Continue Reading Pukekohe Park acquires selective resurface ahead of Supercars
Article originally written by Slade Perrins and published on Speedcafe.com — https://www.speedcafe.com/2017/10/11/mixed-fan-reaction-holden-v6-turbo/ — The V6 twin-turbo Holden has been met with mixed reactions from fans following its first public appearance … Continue Reading Fans react to Holden V6 Turbo
Shane van Gisbergen has admitted too many costly mistakes drowned his chances of winning the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000.
Scott McLaughlin has earned his spot in tomorrow’s Top Ten Shootout after setting the fastest time in a red flag effected Qualifying for the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000. The Kiwi … Continue Reading Supercars Bathurst 1000: McLaughlin scores provisional pole, Whincup outside top 10
Brad Jones Racing have confirmed that Andre Heimgartner will replace Ash Walsh alongside Tim Slade for the rest of the Bathurst 1000 weekend. The news comes after speculation about Walsh’s … Continue Reading Walsh out, Heimgartner in for BJR Slade Commodore
Scott Pye is optimistic that fresh investment from Andretti Autosport and United Autosports can transform Walkinshaw Racing’s fortunes in 2018. Yesterday it was confirmed that Walkinshaw Racing will enter into … Continue Reading Pye excited about Walkinshaw/Andretti partnership
Brad Jones Racing will have the mammoth task of repairing Tim Slade’s Holden Commodore overnight after he had a heavy crash in the opening practice session. Slade lost control of … Continue Reading Brad Jones Racing face overnight repair on Slade Commodore
Chaz Mostert has gone quickest in the opening Supercars practice session at Bathurst, amid a highly interrupted hour with multiple crashes. Practice 1 got underway below a glorious sunny Bathurst … Continue Reading Supercars Bathurst 1000 Practice 1: Mostert fastest as Slade and Rullo crash
The 2018 Virgin Australia Supercars Championship calendar has been revealed, spanning over 16 events and including a night race. The full season will be held over 38-weeks, starting and finishing … Continue Reading Supercars 2018 calendar locked in
Extensive testing of the new ZB Holden Commodore has been postponed after the car sustained damage during a straight-line aerodynamic test. Factory Holden team Triple Eight, who have developed the … Continue Reading ZB Commodore test postponed due stone damage
Chaz Mostert will join the factory BMW effort for the FIA GT World Cup on the streets of Macau in November. The Supercars gun will pilot one of two AAI Motorsport … Continue Reading BMW announce Mostert for Macau GP
Supercars have elected to delay their possible expansion of the series calendar into Asia until 2019, with the category set to stay on home turf in Australia and New Zealand … Continue Reading Supercars stall Asia expansion until 2019
Tekno Autosports’ Jonathan Webb has been hit with a $15, 000 fine for his role in Todd Hazelwood’s horrific crash during the Wilson Security Sandown 500 race for the grid number two.
Porsche Supercup star Matt Campbell says he is only focussed on the Supercars enduro season at the moment, and will remain in Australia for almost two months to fulfil his commitments.