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Supercars has revealed its 2019 calendar, complete with a new night race in Perth and a revamped enduro schedule that kicks off with the Bathurst 1000.
With Craig Lowndes retiring at the end of this season, Steve Richards will need a new endurance partner for 2019. But that doesn’t necessarily mean the now five-time Bathurst 1000 winner needs to leave Triple Eight.
Craig Lowndes will carry primary backing from National Storage as part of a one-off deal at the Pukekohe Supercars round next month.
David Reynolds will consult a doctor to diagnose why he broke down physically in the closing stages of the Bathurst 1000.
David Reynolds has been left devastated by the leg cramps that cost him a shot at winning back-to-back Bathurst 1000 titles.
Craig Lowndes is now a seven-time Bathurst 1000 winner, while Steve Richards has five crowns to his name, after the veterans combined to take a dramatic victory at Mount Panorama.
Reigning Bathurst 1000 winners David Reynolds and Luke Youlden are leading the Great Race at the midway point, while both the Red Bull Holdens have hit trouble.
Cam Waters has slammed Tickford teammate Chaz Mostert after contact between two of the team's Fords in the early stages of the Bathurst 1000.
A Bathurst-winning Peter Brock Holden Commodore has sold at auction for $2.1 million.
David Reynolds has labelled the Shootout lap that secured him a second career Bathurst 1000 pole position "a controlled explosion".
Lee Holdsworth says he's on the Supercar driver market for the 2019 season, with his exit from Team 18 at the end of the current campaign looking more and more likely.
David Reynolds led an Erebus one-two in the final full practice session ahead of the Bathurst 1000, while Scott McLaughlin went within millimetres of hitting the wall.
Craig Lowndes is bracing himself for an emotional final appearance in a Bathurst Top 10 Shootout tomorrow.
Jamie Whincup pipped David Reynolds by just over a tenth in what was a thrilling battle for provisional pole ahead of the Bathurst 1000.
Michael Caruso was fastest in a fifth consecutive weather-affected practice at the Bathurst 1000, the final hit-out before qualifying this afternoon.