Escaping the cold weather snapping the south of Australia the V8 Supercars headed to Reid Park, but it was ‘Frosty’ that escaped his competitors in the Townsville 400 as his championship rivals missed their marks
After a frustratingly long wait between rounds, the V8 Supercars Championship headed north to escape the winter at Darwin’s Hidden Valley Raceway. A recently resurfaced track promised quick lap times while the high temperatures led to some hot action. Familiar faces showed up at the front and history was made in this great weekend up in the top end.
For the first time this year, the V8 Supercars championship went bush and headed to Winton Raceway in country Victoria after …
After a month long break, the V8 Supercars championship reignited in the Perth SuperSprint. We wrap up the weekend’s action and present our winners and losers
Marcos Ambrose’s shock decision not to race in the Tasmania SuperSprint was soon forgotten after a great weekend of racing, the re-emergence of a champion team, a mixed bag of results and some unsavoury actions on track
DJR Team Penske has announced that Marcos Ambrose will temporarily stand down from full-time driving duties after just two events of the season
On a weekend where V8 Supercars play second fiddle to Formula One, it was clear that no one wanted to lift off in this non-championship round
The streets of Adelaide provided yet another spectacular opening to the V8 Supercars season and right from the first race, it was clear that this season is set to be one of the closest yet
Aero changes have marked another key step for parity in 2015, so what’s gone into making this season’s crop of V8 Supercars so competitive?
The V8 SuperTest saw teams shakedown their machines for the first time this year and there were plenty of interesting points to come out of the weekend
Five key areas to look out for in the 2015 V8 Supercars season
With the V8 Supercars season set to get underway next month V8SCGlobal takes a closer look at the new season’s runners and riders for 2015