The V8 Supercar community is still recovering from the blow of losing Ford and now, they get hit with a left hook from Volvo.
Severe rain showers ended the final race of the 2014 season prematurely.
Who will win the season finale? Scott McLaughlin is off to a good start.
The downpour was just too severe for officials to allow the race to continue.
An action packed qualifying session also saw two prominent drivers in the wall.
Changes are on the horizon in Australia's beloved touring car series.
Ford's exit from V8 Supercars was expected, but still hard to grasp.
As expected, Super Black Racing will move up to the V8 Supercar ranks in 2015.
V8 Supercar drivers continue to shift around as the conclusion of the 2014 season nears.
When does getting physical on the track cross a line?
The king of the 11th hour strikes again
The man just doesn’t know how to quit.
Whincup crosses the line for the race win and becomes the first ever six-time V8 Supercar champion.
With Scott McLaughlin securing his ninth pole position of the season, things were definitely looking up for the young star.
The young Volvo driver takes another pole as Whincup maintains his championship form.
The 2015 Australian V8 Supercar season will see the return of Marcos Ambrose, which could potentially be bad news for Jamie Whincup.
Whincup continues to edge closer and closer to his sixth V8SC championship.
The young star stunned with a spectacular late charge in qualifying.
Redemption for the Kiwi, who could of, what of, should of won the Bathurst 1000.
The highly anticipated comeback is going to happen a little bit sooner apparently.
The Kiwi was on fire during his performance at the shootout and was rewarded with his second consecutive pole position.
The rising star advances to the top-ten shootout but where’s Winterbottom (Frosty)?
The Winterbottom and Lowndes feud could reignite on the Gold Coast.
FPR looking to benefit from Bathurst victory.
The V8 Supercar season opener will have some added entertainment in 2015.