V8 Supercars' manufacturers are getting prepared for what is sure to be a riveting 2015 season.
The V8 Supercar community is still recovering from the blow of losing Ford and now, they get hit with a left hook from Volvo.
Who will win the season finale? Scott McLaughlin is off to a good start.
Changes are on the horizon in Australia's beloved touring car series.
V8 Supercar drivers continue to shift around as the conclusion of the 2014 season nears.
Michael Caruso was shattered by a late race penalty for punching into the side of Scott McLaughlin.
Chaz Moster held off an assault by Craig Lowndes to win his first race of 2014.
Craig Lowndes led from start to finish in the 15th race of the 2014 V8 Supercar season.
Today was the final of what has been four races at Auckland this weekend for the V8 Supercars.
V8 Supercar (V8SC) Volvo driver Scott McLaughlin may one day end up trading his V8 Supercar for a 900 horsepower NASCAR stock car.
This year is the 45th anniversary of the first Australian Touring Car Championship event held at Symmons Plains in 1969.
In extraordinary scenes after an extraordinary final lap 20-year-old Scott McLaughlin brought the 80,000-strong crowd to its feet and punters opening stating 'now I'm going to go buy a Volvo'.
Volvo will be first luxury car brand to join V8 Supercars with factory team. Garry Rogers Motorsport with Polestar joins forces with Volvo to race two S60 V8 Supercars from 2014 Championship onwards.