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Lowndes wins in Perth

May 7, 2020 Mat Coch

Craig Lowndes and his Triple 8 team manager Ludo Lacroix transformed an audacious strategy call into victory in the opening V8 Supercars race at Barbagallo. Running fourth midway through the race, Lacroix called Lowndes into the pits for a fresh […]

Polestar announces V8 Supercars exit

May 5, 2020 Mat Coch

Polestar boss Niels Moller has confirmed Volvo’s performance arm will not continue with Garry Rogers Motorsport beyond the end of the 2016 season. ”We have enjoyed a good cooperation with Garry Rogers Motorsport and the championship […]

The end of the V8 era

April 27, 2020 Mat Coch

The end of the V8 era has come six months early after Australia’s leading motorsport category announced a new naming rights sponsorship deal with Virgin Australia. Heavily touted in recent weeks, V8 Supercars CEO James Warburton has […]

Penske not planning third entry

April 25, 2020 Mat Coch

Penske has moved to distance itself from reports that it could expand to a three car deal, should it be able to lure Scott McLaughlin from GRM. Reports have suggested the outfit could up its […]

V8 Supercars says no to Dubai

April 23, 2020 Mat Coch

V8 Supercars has moved to distance itself from suggestions that it plans to host an event in Dubai next season. The report came as news of V8 Supercars’ partnership with Virgin was announced, with the […]

McLaughlin dominates at Phillip Island

April 18, 2020 Mat Coch

Scott McLaughlin carried on where he left off on Saturday to seal an impressive eighth career V8 Supercar win and his second of the weekend at Phillip Island. McLaughlin was forced to work hard in the opening […]

LDM shows off new colours for Tasmania

March 31, 2020 Mat Coch

Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport have revealed a new look for their two VF Holden Commodores ahead of Symmons Plains this weekend. Team owner, Lucas Dumbrell has announced that ABRO will partner with the Melbourne based team for this […]

V8 Supercars axes Sydney Olympic Park

March 22, 2020 Mat Coch

This year’s race around Sydney Olympic Park will be the last time V8 Supercars roar around the Homebush streets, the series has confirmed. The event had initially been moved forward into November, condensing the season, though […]

Falcon gets V8 Supercar lifeline

March 12, 2020 Mat Coch

Though Ford has rolled back its motorsport involvement, and will cease production of the Falcon road car at the end of the year, the family saloon will remain on the V8 Supercar grid until at […]

Perfect Percat reigns in Adelaide

March 6, 2020 Mat Coch

Nick Percat has claimed his first solo V8 Supercars race win, and the first for Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport, in a chaotic finale to the Clipsal 500. Percat managed to stay out of trouble as torrential rain […]

Courtney wins thriller in Adelaide

March 5, 2020 Mat Coch

A measured drive from James Courtney has seen the Holden Racing Team driver hold on to victory by his fingernails in Race 2 of the 2016 V8 Supercar season around the streets of Adelaide. Courtney wouldn’t be denied […]

Whincup claims victory in season opener

March 5, 2020 Mat Coch

Jamie Whincup has opened his account with maximum points after the first race of the V8 Supercars Clipsal 500. Starting from the front row, Whincup reached the first turn ahead of pole sitter Scott Pye, an […]

Audi lands 1-2 in Adelaide street fight

March 5, 2020 Mat Coch

James Koundouris and Marcus Marshall have combined to win race two of the Australian GT Championship around the streets of Adelaide. The Supabarn Supermarkets entry emerged from the compulsory pit stops with a commanding lead, Koundouris […]

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