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Chaz Mostert says Mark Winterbottom's experience will be sorely missed next season as Tickford Racing looks to bounce back from a tough Supercars season.
Coming in at number 18 on our Top Stories of 2018 countdown is the tale of a bitter year-long battle between Supercars' two pre-eminent teams: DJR Team Penske and Triple Eight.
Taiwan-based GT team HubAuto has called on Supercars drivers Tim Slade and Nick Percat to spearhead its Ferrari 488 GT3 entry for next year's Bathurst 1000.
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.
Supercars’ knockout qualifying system, first seen this year at Symmons Plains, Barbagallo and Sydney, will be employed to set the grid for 13 races next season.
A number of Supercars stars will debut a series-first helmet design feature next season, with Chaz Mostert, Jamie Whincup and Shane van Gisbergen among those to introduce custom colours for cheek pads.
Triple Eight team manager Mark Dutton says the squad will review both its own procedures and those used by rivals as it looks to extinguish a run of costly pitlane mistakes.
David Reynolds will race an Erebus Motorsport-run Mercedes at the Bathurst 12 Hour next February along with Luke Youlden and Yasser Shahin.
The decision to form an in-house technical alliance with Tickford Racing is a sign of progress for the 23Red Racing squad rather than a failure of its single-car model, says boss Phil Munday.