The Nissan Altima Supercar will run at the Sandown 500 this month dressed in Nissan’s Calsonic GT-R R32 livery…
The next-generation Holden Commodore Supercars Concept has been revealed and will hit the track at selected rounds of next year’s season. Hopefully.
Ever see a car with wheels like the one in the picture above? The wheels are splayed right out… Why?
The upcoming Kia GT has been teased again boasting a 0-100km/h time of 5.1 seconds, making it the quickest accelerating Kia ever…
The new Holden Commodore which is also the Opel/Vauxhall Insignia and Buick Regal will be the country’s next Gen2 Supercar… what will challenge it?
Lewis Isaacs wonders about the future of motorsports when Audi pulls out of WEC to race electric cars.
Jamie Whincup is being cast as the villain at the recent Bathurst 1000 but, as Lewis Isaacs argues, his desire to win has done him more good than harm…
Production of the Falcon ended last Friday but, as I write this, prior to the running of the Bathurst 1000 there were a bunch of Falcons inside the top 10…
Nissan celebrates 50 years in Australia at the Sandown 500 this weekend running its V8 Supercar in the colours of its original racer, the Datsun 1300.
We get a lesson in how to drive properly fast by following ace V8 Supercar driver, Steve Johnson, around Phillip Island.
Stephen Richards’ BMW Team SRM will run the first BMW M6 GT3 in Australia in the Australian GT Championships this year.
Australian V8 Supercars racing driver, David Russell, will join Bentley Team M-Sport for its Mount Panorama 12-hour campaign next month (5-7 February).
The 2016 Liqui Moly Bathurst 12-Hour race in February will see three McLaren GT teams take to the grid with a bunch of Aussie racers in the mix.
Lexus has announced it won’t enter V8 Supercars with it RC-F under the Gen2 changes for 2017, but it will continue to provide support vehicles.
As part of its tie-up to help promote the new Star Wars film, Garth Tander’s Holden Racing Team V8 Supercar has revealed its new Star Wars: The Force Awakens livery for the Bathurst 1000.