Australian motor racing legend Dick Johnson has set tongues wagging by announcing a new car for his famed V8 Supercar operation.
Wild rides for former Longhorn stars
The ultimate Australian invasion, the V8 Supercars of Ford, Holden, Nissan and Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG will take to the track with aggressive, do-or-die racing that is sure to have U.S. motorsport fans hungry for more.
The Australian V8 Supercar is 400lbs lighter than a Sprint Cup car, but only has 650 horsepower compared to 950 in NASCAR.
Kiwi Coulthard dedicates grand prix success to JR with victories at Albert Park for the V8 Supercars non-points support event for the Formula One season opener in Australia.
From the youngest to the newest, being an owner in the V8 Supercars is not an easy job; especially when one increases the number of cars in their garage.
Pirtek's support of the new Enduro Cup will create a championship-within-a-championship in the popular Australian racing series.
Two separate crashes happened in V8 Supercars third and final race of the weekend took place but neither Pye nor Reynolds ended up with injuries
John Maricic, V8 Supercars Australia
In the first year of introducing new brands to the sport there were two Mercedes-Benz and four Nissan Altimas in the top ten in Friday's V8 Supercars practice at the Hidden Valley circuit.
The action concluded at Winton Sunday with an impeccable performance by Mark Winterbottom, who easily took the win in the ninth race of the season.
Changes in the V8 Supercars made for an interesting first day of the Clipsal 500 on the streets of Adelaide. Besides the addition of Nissan and Mercedes to the series, a new driver appeared from the MotoGP ranks.
HRT absolutely dominated the second race at Townsville.
Today was the final of what has been four races at Auckland this weekend for the V8 Supercars.
Once again the V8 Supercars Australia put on quite the show and today was no different when Will Davison put the moves on Garth Tander to take the lead on lap 2 at Homebush.
Winterbottom held off a hard-charging Van Gisbergen to win the third race of the weekend at Hidden Valley Raceway.
Craig Lowndes led from start to finish in the 15th race of the 2014 V8 Supercar season.
The victory also marks the first in the 11 year history of the Castrol-backed Ford Performance Racing outfit.
The third race of the weekend for the V8 Supercars was a masterful display of what the series is all about.
The streets of Surfers Paradise was filled with action and crashes. The survivors were Craig Lowndes and co-driver Warren Luff.