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2022 Winton SuperSprint preview
September target for key Gen3 test
Tander joins Karting Australia board
Team 18 appoints new team manager
Supercars appoints new TV boss

Supercars wants to begin formal aero homologation of its Gen3 cars in September, however that will depend on the global launch of the new Ford Mustang.

Supercars legend Garth Tander has been appointed to the Karting Australia Board of Directors.

Bruin Beasley will take over the team manager role at Supercars squad Team 18 effective immediately.

Supercars has appointed David Tunnicliffe as its new Head of Broadcast.

MSR commits to GM after Ford snub

Matt Stone Racing has committed its future to General Motors in the wake of Ford's clear cap on its Supercars entries.

McLaughlin won't return for the Bathurst 1000

Scott McLaughlin won't race in this year's Bathurst 1000 with Dick Johnson Racing confirming Tony D'Alberto and Alex Davison as its co-drivers.

Supercars team boss to make Formula Ford comeback

Supercars team boss Tim Blanchard will make a return to the Australian Formula Ford Series at Winton next week.

Erebus Academy offering Supercars test

The Erebus Academy is offering young drivers a Supercars test at Winton next month.

Ford caps 2023 Supercars entries

Ford has put a firm cap on the amount of Gen3-spec Mustangs that will feature on the Supercars grid next season.

Walkinshaw Andretti United to field Supercars wildcard

Walkinshaw Andretti United will field a wildcard entry for Jayden Ojeda at two Supercars rounds this season.

Crash forces Pye, Winterbottom to share car for test

Scott Pye and Mark Winterbottom will share a car at tomorrow’s Winton Supercars test after Pye’s car was crashed in Perth recently.

Why WAU risked fan backlash for factory Ford deal

The lure of factory support, even at the expense of some diehard fans, drove Walkinshaw Andretti United's defection from GM to Ford.

Walkinshaw Andretti United's Ford Supercars switch official

Walkinshaw Andretti United's sensational defection to Ford for the 2023 Supercars season is now official.

Davison relaxed about Supercars future

Will Davison is confident his solid 2022 form will help sort his future in Supercars with Dick Johnson Racing.

Mostert calls on Supercars to ban abusive fans

Chaz Mostert has called on Supercars to hold fans that are abusive online accountable with sanctions such as lifetime event bans.

Erebus Academy wildcard for Winton, The Bend

Image Racing will field an Erebus Academy wildcard entry for Jordan Boys at the Winton and Tailem Bend Supercars rounds.

Walkinshaw linked to Ford Supercars switch

Walkinshaw Andretti United is set to make a shock switch to Ford Mustangs next season.

Van Gisbergen unsure of "rude" Waters penalty

Shane van Gisbergen says he felt sorry for rival Cam Waters for the "rude" penalty that took him out of contention for a race win in Perth yesterday.

Doubts over New Zealand Supercars round

There are lingering doubts over whether Supercars will make the trip to New Zealand later this season.

Kostecki "pissed off" by cousin crash

Jake Kostecki says he was "pissed off" to have a Top 10 result taken away by a run-in with his cousin Brodie at the Perth SuperNight.

Why Courtney and Tickford are a dream match Prime

Why Courtney and Tickford are a dream match

James Courtney has been around the block in his motorsport career it's fair to say. After a single-seater career cut short, he's won everything there is to win in Supercars. Following a rocky ride recently in the Australian category, he's found a happy hunting ground with Tickford Racing.

How taming his temper shaped Supercars' slow-burn star Prime

How taming his temper shaped Supercars' slow-burn star

His decision to leave Brad Jones Racing was the biggest shock of the Australian Supercars silly season so far. But for Nick Percat, it comes as the culmination of a personal journey that has made him into one of the most rounded drivers in the series, now in search of a seat that can make him a champion

Why replacing Supercars' GOAT with a teenager is worth the risk for T8 Prime

Why replacing Supercars' GOAT with a teenager is worth the risk for T8

On the face of it, picking an 18-year-old rookie to replace arguably the greatest Supercars driver of all time is a risky move. But as Jamie Whincup takes up a team principal role and hands his car to Broc Feeney, it's one that he is confident will be rewarded in the fullness of time - time which wasn't afforded to Whincup in his early days

How Randle went from fighting cancer to battling for Supercars contention Prime

How Randle went from fighting cancer to battling for Supercars contention

After his fledgling career was paused by a battle with testicular cancer, Thomas Randle then had to wrestle with finding a drive in Supercars after he got the all-clear. It's been a long road for the Melbourne native but, after two lengthy battles, he's finally got a full-time drive to look forward to