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Supercars has confirmed that the Australian Superbike Championship will feature on the undercard for next year's Perth SuperNight.
How did the word 'debris' spark such a fierce furore at Mount Panorama? We attempt to answer that and other burning questions about the 2019 Great Race scandal.
The record-breaking fine imposed on DJR Team Penske will be deposited into the safety-focussed Supercars' Fines Fund, the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport has confirmed.
DJR Team Penske has been hit with suspended $250,000 fine and a loss of 300 teams' championship points for asking Fabian Coulthard to deliberately slow behind the Safety Car during the Bathurst 1000.
This is the moment that Garry Rogers confirmed to his staff that the team won't compete in Supercars beyond the end of this year.
Garth Tander isn't convinced by claims from Bathurst winner Scott McLaughlin that the Safety Car controversy had no affect on the potential outcome of the race.
The hearing into DJR Team Penske's alleged breach of Supercars team orders rules will take place tomorrow.
A proposal to tweak the Supercars entry regulations to allow two drivers to share one entry across a season, and then team up for the endurance races, is dividing paddock opinion.
Supercars race director Tim Schenken addressed drivers and teams about the New Zealand Safety Car controversy in the lead-up to the Bathurst 1000.
This is the video that Supercars pitched to the Bathurst Regional Council as part of its unsuccessful bid for a new event at Mount Panorama.
DJR Team Penske 'blatant cheated' when it told Fabian Coulthard to slow down behind the Safety Car at Bathurst, according to a rival team boss.