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Scott McLaughlin's flying start to 2019 may have caused a stir, but it's a Holden legend that still holds the record for early-season Supercars dominance.
United Autosports boss Zak Brown has revealed that his initial contact with the HSV Racing V8 Supercars team was triggered when he bought a works Holden to add to his collection of historically-significant racecars.
Garth Tander says his impending exit from the Walkinshaw Racing set-up won’t be a distraction as he looks to add a fourth Bathurst title later this week.
Wet weather will lead to today’s Sandown 500 being ‘all over the place’, according to pole-sitter Jamie Whincup.
The Holden Racing Team as we know it will be no more as of the end of the current Supercars season, with Triple Eight set to take over as the brand’s factory squad. But what does it all actually mean? Andrew van Leeuwen investigates.
Nick Percat won a storm-affected, shortened final race at the Clipsal 500 at Adelaide.
James Courtney held off Jamie Whincup to win what was a thrilling second race at the Clipsal 500.
Warren Luff survived a brush with the concrete to go fastest in the first all co-driver session of the Bathurst 1000 weekend.
James Courtney admits he is unlikely to be fit enough to race at this year’s Sandown 500, after being injured in a freak incident involving a helicopter at Sydney Motorsport Park.
V8 Supercars driver James Courtney has been hospitalised after being hit with debris in pit-lane during a Navy helicopter flyover at Sydney Motorsport Park.
Between crashing into his team-mate and warning other teams not to step on their collective privates, James Courtney has become the V8 Supercars Villain this season. And it's exactly what the category needs, argues Andrew van Leeuwen.
A massive storm created havoc for a second day at the NRMA Sydney 500 at the Homebush street circuit, forcing the final race of the 2014 V8 Supercars Championship to be abandoned, with Coates Hire Racing’s Nick Percat finishing both the race and his maiden championship in 11th place.
Severe rain showers ended the final race of the 2014 season prematurely.
Who will win the season finale? Scott McLaughlin is off to a good start.
The king of the 11th hour strikes again
Whincup crosses the line for the race win and becomes the first ever six-time V8 Supercar champion.
With Scott McLaughlin securing his ninth pole position of the season, things were definitely looking up for the young star.
The Kiwi was on fire during his performance at the shootout and was rewarded with his second consecutive pole position.
There's some controversy in Bathurst and the race hasn't even begun!
FPR proves once again that they’re the team to beat this weekend.