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The Aussie Driver Search programme has revealed a $1 million prize pool for its 2019 season, which includes a funded drive at the Bathurst 12 Hour.
Triple Eight boss Roland Dane says an eagerness to be "polite" to Jamie Whincup sparked the controversy over a misconceived team orders regulation in Supercars.
Triple Eight manager Mark Dutton says he underestimated the impact that missing out on the Supercars teams' championship last year would have on his team this season.
Chaz Mostert says he expected on-the-move Supercars veteran Mark Winterbottom to retire as a Tickford Racing driver.
DJR Team Penske's protest against the decision not to penalise Shane van Gisbergen at Pukekohe sets a precedent Supercars team should avoid, according to Triple Eight team manager Mark Dutton.
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.
The controversial wheel-spinning saga at Pukekohe could have so easily cost Shane van Gisbergen any chance of winning the 2018 Supercars title. How did he and Triple Eight beat what's seen as a black-and-white rule and keep their title dream alive?
Triple Eight team manager Mark Dutton says the team had words with Shane van Gisbergen about the infamous park-in at Pukekohe, something the driver himself has labelled as a 's**t fight'.
Seven-time Bathurst 1000 winner Craig Lowndes is planning to bring his favourite Ford Falcon to Goodwood Festival of Speed next year
Scott McLaughlin capped off a drama-filled weekend at Pukekohe with a solid race win, while Triple Eight swapped its lead drivers to hand second to Shane van Gisbergen.
DJR Team Penske won't take any legal action or further appeal after its protest over yesterday's Pukekohe race result was unsuccessful.