V8 Supercars has signed a four-year heads of agreement to headline the KL City Grand Prix in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Chaz Mostert says its “special” to be able to fight for pole position, having started five of the last six V8 Supercars races from the front of the field.
Craig Lowndes is confident that Triple Eight adding a third car will make the team better across race weekends next season.
Prodrive Racing Australia boss Tim Edwards says the team’s star young driver Cameron Waters is ready to make the step up to V8 Supercars.
He may be nearing 500 V8 Supercars starts, but Jason Bright says he has no plans on stepping down as a full-time driver at the end of the 2015 season.
V8 Supercars drivers will from Darwin onwards be banned from using wet tyres during dry races, in order to save rubber.
Triple Eight Race Engineering’s expansion to three cars for 2016 is now clear for take-off, after the team successfully won the tender for a 26th Racing Entitlements Contract.
Tekno Autosports is looking to make a decision on who will replace Shane van Gisbergen sooner rather than later, with the team to sit down together “in the next month or so” according to owner Jono Webb.
Having recently celebrated 300 V8 Supercars starts, James Courtney says the category is the best touring car series in the world.
The high-flying stadium trucks will return to the V8 Supercars support bill for the Gold Coast 600 later this year.
Dale Wood has accepted part of the blame for his clash with team-mate Fabian Coulthard at Winton, but says both parties played their part in the incident.
An extra set of soft tyres for Darwin is a step in the right direction, but Nick Percat says V8 Supercars should be looking to use the soft compound even more.
V8 Supercars has confirmed that it is developing its own V6 engine, and that it may complete a demonstration run during this year’s Bathurst 1000 weekend.
Dunlop’s soft tyres will be used for the second of two 60-kilometre sprint races on the Saturday of the upcoming Darwin round, V8 Supercars confirmed today.
Two of Australia’s most iconic motor racing names, Johnson and Bowe, could be competing together again in the near future.
Australian racer James Davison says he’s always wanted to do the V8 Supercars endurance races, but that V8 teams down under don’t take him seriously.
V8 Supercars drivers have thrown their support behind plans to expand the Australian GT Championship to include more two-driver endurance races next season.
Scott McLaughlin says today’s dice with Nick Percat during the Porsche Carrera Cup Pro-Am will do his confidence good, as the Volvo driver endures a tough V8 Supercars season.
Craig Lowndes says the controversial decision to run wets on James Courtney's car during a dry race at the Winton V8 Supercars round will pay off later in the year.
LD Motorsport owner Lucas Dumbrell says 2015 is proof that his squad works best when running a two-car V8 Supercars programme.
The multi-million dollar SA Motorsport Park development in Tailem Bend, near Adelaide in South Australia, has been given the official green light.
Despite Ford’s withdrawal from V8 Supercars, Prodrive Racing Australia’s team principal Tim Edwards says the Ford Falcon FG X is likely to live on next season.
Fabian Coulthard says keeping his points score ticking over is his key to being part of the V8 Supercars title fight come the business end of the season.
Lucas Dumbrell says his LD Motorsport V8 Supercars team is looking outside of Australia for a co-driver to partner Tim Blanchard at the Sandown, Bathurst and Gold Coast races this year.