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Boost Supercars return confirmed

Team Sydney has confirmed that Boost Mobile will back James Courtney for the 2020 Supercars season, as first reported by Motorsport.com.

Pither's Team Sydney deal confirmed

Chris Pither has finally been confirmed as Team Sydney's second driver for the 2020 Supercars season.

Sydney Supercars squad to launch on Tuesday

The new Team Sydney squad will be fully unveiled at tomorrow's 2020 Supercars season launch, with Chris Pither set to be named as the second driver.

Supercars to review Sydney plan this week

Supercars will review the plans for the new Sydney-based team this week, amid ongoing uncertainty as to how the project will be structured.

Tekno reveals famous 1970s colours for Sandown

Jack Le Brocq and Jono Webb will pay tribute to Australian Touring Car Championship legend Bob Morris at the Sandown 500.

Le Brocq favourite for 2020 Tickford Supercars seat

Jack Le Brocq has emerged as the favourite to join Tickford Racing for the 2020 Supercars season should Chaz Mostert leave the team.

Le Brocq to stay with Tekno for remaining Supercars season

Jack Le Brocq will see out the 2019 Supercars season after extending his deal with the Tekno Holden team on the eve of this weekend's Perth SuperNight round.

Tekno hoping to avoid mid-season driver switch

Tekno Autosports boss Jonathon Webb says his preferred option is to have Jack Le Brocq in the team's car for the remainder of the Supercars season.

Holden explains expanded Supercars backing

Holden has explained its expanded Supercars backing deal, which now includes every team on the grid running Commodores.

Star Supercars rookie expecting upgrades for 2019

Last season's top Supercars rookie Jack Le Brocq is waiting on crucial car upgrades ahead of his 2019 campaign with Tekno Autosports.

Tekno presents 2019 Supercars livery

Tekno Autosports has unveiled the livery that Jack Le Brocq will use for the 2019 Supercars season.

Le Brocq expecting Tekno return

Supercars rookie Jack Le Brocq says he expects a "business as usual" return to Tekno next season, amid uncertainty over the make-up of the single-car team in 2019.

Davison mystified by 'pretty stupid' rookie clashes

Will Davison says he was bemused by some 'pretty stupid' antics by rookie Supercars drivers in the closing stages of Sunday's Townsville race, which ultimately left him with damaged car and a DNF.

Tekno confirms Supercars rookie Le Brocq

Tekno Autosports has officially confirmed that rookie Jack Le Brocq will join the single-car squad for the 2018 Supercars season, as well as the appointment of a high-profile team boss Adrian Burgess.

Will Davison back in training after crash injury

Supercars star Will Davison has returned to full fitness training as the fracture in his back he sustained in Tasmania last month continues to heal.

Davison enlists Stoner's physio for crash recovery

Will Davison will have two-time MotoGP champion Casey Stoner’s physiotherapist on-hand for the remainder of the Phillip Island Supercars weekend, as he manages a fracture in his back sustained last time out in Tasmania.

Nissan, Tekno complete chassis rebuilds

Nissan Motorsport and Tekno Autosports have both confirmed that they have race-ready cars for Phillip Island after round-the-clock rebuild efforts since Tasmania.

Davison chassis rebuild on-track after ‘inspiring’ team effort

Will Davison’s Tekno Commodore is on course to be repaired in time for this weekend’s Phillip Island Supercars round, after what the injured driver describes as an ‘inspiring’ rebuild effort from the team.

Will Davison eyes Phillip Island return

Will Davison says he plans to be on the grid at Phillip Island next weekend, despite sustaining a back injury during the multi-car pile-up in Tasmania last Saturday.

New primary backer for Davison Commodore

Will Davison’s Tekno Commodore will carry major backing from Woodstock for the key races during the 2017 Supercars season.

Tekno McLaren confirms Bathurst line-up

Reigning Bathurst 12 Hour winner Tekno has revealed the driver line-up for its two-car assault on the 2017 edition of the race.

Gallery: Shane van Gisbergen's journey to the Supercars title

Take a look back through Shane van Gisbergen's decade-long Supercars career, and his journey from being a rookie to the Champion.

Aussie TV star keen on overseas GT tilt

Australian TV star and GT driver Grant Denyer has set his sights on some of the world’s biggest endurance events, as he looks to take his racing overseas.

The Bathurst winner who almost slept through the finish

Jono Webb couldn’t watch the closing stages of the Bathurst 1000, worried that a repeat of his 2014 heartbreak might leave him devastated for a second time.

Davison on Bathurst appeal: “We won the race and that’s it”

Bathurst winners Will Davison and Jono Webb say they aren't fussed about Triple Eight’s appeal over on-the-road winner Jamie Whincup’s penalty.

Davison: Win is a ‘big weight off the shoulders’

Will Davison says his victory in Tasmania yesterday will go a long way towards restoring the confidence he lost during his stint with midfield squad Erebus.

Australian V8 Supercars - Between NASCAR Sprint Cup cars and GT cars

During our stay in Melbourne for the Australian Grand Prix, Motorsport.com spent some time in the paddock of the famous, fast and furious Australian V8 Supercar series.

Tekno retains lead sponsor

The Tekno Autosports Commodore will continue to be backed by Australian chocolate company Darrell Lea for the 2016 season.

Top 10 photos of the week: 2016-02-10

Your weekly dose of top 10 photos from around the world, shot by the award-winning Motorsport.com photographers and contributors.

Van Gisbergen: I had Chiyo covered

Shane van Gisbergen says he wasn’t concerned about Katsumasa Chiyo’s pace on the final laps of the Bathurst 12 Hour, despite the Nissan driver closing to within 1.2s at the finish.

Slower V8s tougher than record-setting McLaren

His 2m01.286s in qualifying for the Bathurst 12 Hour is the fastest lap to ever be officially recorded at Mount Panorama – but Shane van Gisbergen says it was far from the hardest lap of his career.

Bathurst 12 Hour: Record-breaking pole for McLaren

Lap records continued to tumble at Mount Panorama as Shane van Gisbergen gave the #59 Tekno McLaren pole position for tomorrow’s Bathurst 12 Hour.

McLaren names drivers for three-car Bathurst 12 Hour assault

McLaren has announced the names of the nine drivers who will pilot the manufacturer's 650S GT3 cars in February's Bathurst 12 Hour.

Tekno is back, says van Gisbergen

Shane van Gisbergen scored a podium result in the Sandown 500 last weekend.

Van Gisbergen shakes down new Commodore

V8 Supercars driver Shane van Gisbergen is impressed with his new Triple Eight/Tekno Holden Commodore following this morning’s shakedown at Queensland Raceway.

Tekno closing in on driver decision

Tekno Autosports is looking to make a decision on who will replace Shane van Gisbergen sooner rather than later, with the team to sit down together “in the next month or so” according to owner Jono Webb.

Van Gisbergen to debut new car in Darwin

Shane van Gisbergen will have a brand new Holden Commodore V8 Supercar for the Darwin round of the championship.

Analysis: Coulthard the key to the 2016 V8 Supercars silly season

We’re not yet half-way through the year, and already the V8 Supercars paddock is rife with silly season rumours. Andrew van Leeuwen looks at the potentially vacant seats, and who might be on the move.

Top 10 photos of the week: 2015-05-05

Your weekly dose of top 10 photos from around the world, shot by the award-winning Motorsport.com photographers.

Van Gisbergen purposely throws Saturday for Sunday

V8 Supercars title contender Shane van Gisbergen admits that his poor Saturday form was all about saving tyres for today’s 200-kilometre main race.

Van Gisbergen focussed on winning 2015 title

Shane van Gisbergen says his impending move to Triple Eight won’t distract him from fighting for this year’s V8 Supercar title.

McLaughlin tops qualifying as Winterbottom fails to advance into shootout

The rising star advances to the top-ten shootout but where’s Winterbottom (Frosty)?

MacNeil and Bleekemolen head to inaugural series race at COTA

Cooper MacNeil: "My favorite part of the circuit would be the high speed esses, because of how fun they are to drive through fast."

Whincup beats teammate Lowndes in first two V8 Supercars' races on Circuit of The Americas

Red Bull domination in Texas as it was the first time that the RBRA scored 1-2 finishes in successive races on the same day.

Fast facts for this weekend's Chill Perth 360

With seven race winners from nine races so far, the 2013 V8 Supercars Championship can instantly be labeled the most competitive on record to this point.

Fabian Coulthard scores pole at Albert Park for Lockwood Racing

Top performance by Coulthard puts him in prime spot for Friday's race.

Kiwi front row lock out for race one on Albert Park Circuit

Fabian Coulthard and Shane van Gisbergen nailed down the front row in Melbourne as the V8 Supercars teams prepare for the first of the two non-points race. Jason Bright was second in qualifying but had to pay a penalty.

Whincup shines as Ford fights back in practice two in Melbourne

Whincup set a lap time of 1m 56.6623 seconds with Ford Performance Racing's Mark Winterbottom responding with a 1m 56.8156 on the Albert Park Circuit.

Shane van Gisbergen completes successful weekend with Clipsal 500 win

The Tekno Autosports driver led from pole position to win the Clipsal 500 Adelaide in front of a record single-day crowd for a V8 Supercar race, of 95,000 people.

SVG does it again in Clipsal 500 race 2 qualifying

Shane van Gisbergen lands his second pole of the weekend in the V8 Supercars opening event in Adelaide, Australia.

Owning a V8 Supercar team can lead to joy and headaches

From the youngest to the newest, being an owner in the V8 Supercars is not an easy job; especially when one increases the number of cars in their garage.

The Adelaide concrete jungle will see plenty of action

Ready, set, action for the opening race of the V8 Supercars Clipsal 500 in Adelaide, Australia on and off the circuit.

SVG in the spotlight again with Clipsal 500 pole

Shane van Gisbergen hails from New Zealand and today he grabbed the pole for the V8 Supercars Clipsal 500 beating Craig Lowndes and Mark Winterbottom the fastest lap.

Adelaide is first real test for the Cars of the Future

Changes in the V8 Supercars made for an interesting first day of the Clipsal 500 on the streets of Adelaide. Besides the addition of Nissan and Mercedes to the series, a new driver appeared from the MotoGP ranks.

Whincup completes Abu Dhabi sweep with third victory

The result also ensured that Holden can no longer be beaten in the V8 Supercars Manufacturers Championship.