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Mostert turns first Holden Supercars laps

Chaz Mostert has turned his first laps in a Walkinshaw Andretti United Holden Commodore.

Mostert's first Walkinshaw Holden Supercar unveiled

This is the first Holden Commodore that former Ford star Chaz Mostert will race in Supercars.

Mostert bringing engineer to Walkinshaw

Renowned race engineer Adam De Borre will follow Chaz Mostert from Tickford Racing to Walkinshaw Andretti United for the 2020 Supercars season.

Is WAU's rookie Supercars signing the real deal?

He may be bringing a sponsor to Walkinshaw Andretti United for the 2020 Supercars season, but according to those that have worked closest with Bryce Fullwood, write him off as a pay driver at your own peril.

Fullwood completes 2020 Walkinshaw line-up

Rookie Bryce Fullwood has been confirmed as Chaz Mostert's teammate at Walkinshaw Andretti United for the 2020 Supercars season.

Walkinshaw confirms first major 2020 backer

Walkinshaw Andretti United has confirmed its first major partner for the 2020 Supercars season, with Mobil 1 continuing its co-naming rights deal with the Holden team.

Rossi donates Bathurst helmet to fire relief

Alexander Rossi has put the helmet he used at last year's Bathurst 1000 up for auction to raise funds for bushfire relief in Australia.

Rossi pledges Bathurst return, excited by IMSA opportunities

Alexander Rossi, who made his Bathurst 1000 and Supercars debut this year alongside fellow IndyCar rookie James Hinchcliffe, has pledged to return to the event wiser and better prepared, but confirmed it wouldn’t happen in 2020 due to IMSA commitments.

Walkinshaw: We can win with Mostert

Ryan Walkinshaw believes that his Walkinshaw Andretti United has signed the right driver to help it win titles and races in Chaz Mostert.

Mostert's Holden Supercars switch confirmed

The worst kept secret in Supercars has been confirmed, with Chaz Mostert's move to the Walkinshaw Andretti United squad for the 2020 season now official.

Pye not backing down over Instagram clash

Scott Pye is unapologetic over his controversial Instagram clash with Scott McLaughlin, explaining he felt a need to defend the Supercars driver group over claims of toxicity in the paddock.

Pye woke up in hospital before stirring drive

Scott Pye was only discharged from hospital at 7:30am this morning, ahead of an action-packed day in Newcastle that included a qualifying crash and a stirring drive from last to sixth in the first race.

Walkinshaw eyeing 2020 with shocks switch

Walkinshaw Andretti United has changed its damper package for this weekend's Supercars finale in Newcastle in a bid to bank data ahead of the introduction of control units in 2020.

Instagram clash sparks Supercars intervention

Supercars will reiterate its social media policy in a letter addressed to all of its drivers and teams following an Instagram clash between Scott McLaughlin and Scott Pye.

Walkinshaw Andretti United nearing 2020 driver decision

The Walkinshaw Andretti United squad is nearing a decision on its driver line-up for the 2020 Supercars season.

Famous HRT livery returns to Walkinshaw Holdens

Walkinshaw Andretti United has recreated the famous 1999 Holden Racing Team livery for this weekend's retro-themed Sandown 500.

Pye announces Walkinshaw Andretti United exit

Scott Pye will leave Walkinshaw Andretti United at the end of the current Supercars season, paving the way for the 29-year-old to join Team 18 in 2020.

Walkinshaw could provide Stanaway lifeline

The second seat at Walkinshaw Andretti United has emerged as a potential Supercars career lifeline for Richie Stanaway.

Heimgartner slams Courtney after Gold Coast clash

A frustrated Andre Heimgartner reckons he was "tipped into the fence" by James Courtney in the closing stages of today's Supercars race on the Gold Coast.

Andretti teases "big changes" for Supercars squad

Michael Andretti has hinted at some “big changes“ in the pipeline for the Walkinshaw Andretti United Supercars squad off the back of a difficult 2019 campaign.

Bathurst 1000: Hinchcliffe hits the wall as practice continues

IndyCar driver James Hinchcliffe got his first taste of the Mount Panorama concrete in the sixth practice session for the 2019 Bathurst 1000.

Walkinshaw Supercars squad adds simulator programme

Walkinshaw Andretti United has ramped up its Supercars simulator programme as part of a new deal with Motum Simulation.

New major backer for Walkinshaw Supercars squad

Walkinshaw Andretti United has secured a new major backer for the remainder of the 2019 Supercars season.

Hinchcliffe happy with brief Supercars 'refresher'

James Hinchliffe was satisfied with his 10-lap 'refresher' in a Supercar on Tuesday, despite the brief run being interrupted by an off-track excursion.

Rossi surprised by quick Supercars transition

IndyCar star Alexander Rossi has surprised himself with a quick transition to Supercars, following his first run in the Walkinshaw Andretti United Bathurst entry at Winton.

Covers come off Rossi/Hinchcliffe Bathurst 1000 entry

The covers have come off the Walkinshaw Andretti United Holden that Alexander Rossi and James Hinchcliffe will race at this year's Bathurst 1000.

Sponsor loss won't affect Walkinshaw's 2020 driver line-up

The loss of major backer Mega Limited won't affect Walkinshaw Andretti United's driver plans for the 2020 Supercars season, says co-owner Ryan Walkinshaw.

Walkinshaw rejects Courtney passion jibe

Ryan Walkinshaw has played down a jibe from outgoing driver James Courtney that called the team owner's passion for Supercars into question.

Walkinshaw Supercars squad reveals new look

Walkinshaw Andretti United has confirmed that its Holdens will run in Mobil 1 colours during this weekend's Supercars round in New Zealand.

Walkinshaw Andretti United terminates Mega sponsorship

Walkinshaw Andretti United has officially split with troubled naming rights backer Mega Limited.

Courtney announces 2020 Walkinshaw Supercars split

James Courtney has announced that he'll part ways with Walkinshaw Andretti United at the end of the current Supercars campaign.

IndyCar stars' Bathurst wildcard "a big deal" for Supercars

Having IndyCar stars Alexander Rossi and James Hinchcliffe compete in the Bathurst 1000 as wildcard entrants is a “big deal” for Supercars, according to Ryan Walkinshaw.

Rossi, Hinchcliffe join Bathurst 1000 field

IndyCar stars Alexander Rossi and James Hinchcliffe will race a Walkinshaw Andretti United Holden at the 2019 Bathurst 1000.

Supercars squads name Eseries signings

Walkinshaw Andretti United is the latest Supercars squad to name its driver line-up for this year's Gfinity Supercars Eseries.

Holden committed to Commodore, V8 engine in Supercars

Holden has committed to keeping both the Commodore bodyshape and the V8 engine in Supercars until at least the end of the 2021 season.

Mostert closing in on sensational Holden Supercars switch

Ford Supercars ace Chaz Mostert is understood to be closing in on a deal to race a Walkinshaw Andretti United Holden next season.

Courtney to run tweaked livery in Townsville

James Courtney's Walkinshaw Andretti United Holden will run a tweaked livery at this weekend's Townsville Supercars round.

Why an ambitious Holden squad must sign Mostert for 2020

For the good of both its own lofty ambitions, and Supercars itself, Walkinshaw Andretti United should do everything it can to sign off-contract superstar Chaz Mostert for 2020.

"Not acceptable" – Walkinshaw squad promises Supercars fight back

Walkinshaw Andretti United has vowed it will fight its way back to the front of the Supercars field after a showing in Perth it's deemed "not acceptable".

Supercars Camaro needs '50 to 80 millimetre' roll hoop adjustment

The roll hoop on the control Supercars chassis would need to be lowered "50 to 80 millimetres" for the Camaro to join the series, according to Ryan Walkinshaw.

Rival teams may have to take Mustang "year of pain" – Walkinshaw

The Holden and Nissan Supercars teams may have to take a "year of pain" from the Ford Mustang for the good of Supercars, says team boss Ryan Walkinshaw.

Final Holden Racing Team winner set for online auction

The last chassis to win in Holden Racing Team colours, currently used as James Courtney's Walkinshaw Andretti United car, will be auctioned off online next week.

McLaren boss revives Bathurst 1000 plan

McLaren boss and Supercars team part owner Zak Brown has revived plans to visit the Bathurst 1000, with a trip to Mount Panorama scheduled for this October.

Walkinshaw on Mustang parity: Supercars will 'do the right thing'

Supercars will want to 'do the right thing' when it comes to parity between Ford's new Mustang and the other two models, says Ryan Walkinshaw.

Alonso confirms he's had Bathurst 1000 talks

Fernando Alonso has confirmed that he's spoken to Supercars team part-owner Zak Brown about racing at the Bathurst 1000 in the future, although it's not in the former F1 ace's short-term plans.

Alonso targeting Bathurst 1000 start

Fernando Alonso could race at the Bathurst 1000 as soon as 2020, with the jewel in the Supercars crown on the Spaniard's radar.

Holden explains expanded Supercars backing

Holden has explained its expanded Supercars backing deal, which now includes every team on the grid running Commodores.

Walkinshaw squad names unchanged line-up for Supercars enduros

Walkinshaw Andretti United has re-signed Jack Perkins and Warren Luff for the 2019 Supercars endurance races.

Walkinshaw Andretti United unveils 2019 Supercars livery

Walkinshaw Andretti United has pulled the covers off its 2019 Supercars challenger, complete with new major backing from Mega Fuels.

How Stanaway got an unlikely second Supercars chance

Few expected Richie Stanaway to return to the Supercars grid following a disastrous rookie campaign that saw him fired from Tickford Racing. But a shock deal orchestrated by a telco has given him one last chance.

The Top 10 Supercars drivers of 2018

Scott McLaughlin and Shane van Gisbergen stole the Supercars show with their epic title fight this year, however there was more to 2018 than the all-Kiwi showdown. Here are our Top 10 Supercars drivers of the season.

Eaton extends Australian stay as Supercars talks continue

Abbie Eaton has opted to stay in Australia longer than first expected, as talks continue regarding a drive in the second-tier Super2 Supercars series for 2019.

Eaton impressed with Supercars 'hustle' after maiden test

Supercars rookie Abbie Eaton has come away impressed from her maiden Aussie test at Winton, with a need to 'hustle' the 600-plus-horsepower car the key takeaway from her time behind the wheel.

Eaton set for Walkinshaw Supercars evaluation

Abbie Eaton will kickstart her Supercars testing programme with an evaluation day with Walkinshaw Andretti United at Winton tomorrow.

Reynolds, Walkinshaw honoured at Supercars prize giving

David Reynolds won a second consecutive Barry Sheene Medal at the Supercars Gala Awards in Sydney last night, while the late Tom Walkinshaw was inducted into the sport's Hall of Fame.

Supercars Mustang sparks mixed social media reaction

The Supercars-spec Mustang breaking cover has inspired a wave of social media reaction over the past 24 hours, with opinion split on the look of Ford's new flagship Aussie racer.

Sponsor backs Walkinshaw Camaro switch

Walkinshaw Andretti United sponsor Boost Mobile has backed the team’s vision of bringing the Camaro to Supercars.

Andretti labels Triple Eight “beatable”

Michael Andretti is confident that Supercars powerhouse Triple Eight is “beatable”, as his Walkinshaw Andretti United squad targets a 2020 title push.

Major backer planning new Supercars squad

Boost Mobile wants to mimic the sponsor/owner model used by Red Bull in Formula 1 and start its own Supercars team, according to CEO Peter Adderton.

GM blessing ‘critical’ to Supercars Camaro bid

GM’s tick of approval will be ‘critical’ to Walkinshaw Andretti United bringing the Camaro bodyshape to Supercars, according to team co-owner Ryan Walkinshaw.