There's some controversy in Bathurst and the race hasn't even begun!
Some big news out of Bathurst as we will see one of the star teams absent from Sunday's grid.
Warren Luff and Craig Lowndes have suffered a heavy shunt in practice.
Although Frosty puts FPR on top yet again, his accomplishment was eclipsed by mayhem on the track.
We now know which ten drivers will fight for pole.
FPR proves once again that they’re the team to beat this weekend.
FPR shows that they’re ready to come out swinging to defend their title.
The Bathurst 1000 action has gotten underway.
The five-time series champion looks to be on his way to a sixth, but is he worthy enough to be put in the same league as the great Senna da Silva?
All five marques will have the opportunity to to do so, but it is not required.
Caruso has been Nissan’s best performing driver in 2014.
Roger Penske, Dick Johnson, Marcos Ambrose ... It doesn't get much better than that.
NASCAR and V8 Supercars have learned a lot from each other, but the addition of oversized door numbers is something few saw coming.
Shane Van Gisbergen can not be stopped.
A slippery Race 26 went to Shane Van Gisbergen today.
Kelly brothes have had success at Sydney.
Moffat took pole for today’s 200km race, Nissan’s first in the V8 Supercars Championship.
By the end of the 65-lap race Percat crossed the line seventh.
The championship lead has changed hands after the third race at Queensland Raceway
The Nissan Motorsport V8 Supercars team has endured the highs and lows of motorsport at Queensland Raceway today.
Two ten minute qualifying sessions and two 100km races
Michael Caruso was shattered by a late race penalty for punching into the side of Scott McLaughlin.