V8 Supercars

Nissan Australia confirms Australian Supercars exit after 2018

May 15, 2018

After a six-year stint, Nissan Australia has officially confirmed it will be exiting the Australia Supercars Championship (formerly called V8 Supercars) at the end of the 2018 season. Nissan Australia joined the series with motorsport...

Ford Australia confirms Mustang for 2019 Supercars series

Apr 17, 2018

Ford has announced its Ford Performance sub-brand is coming to Australia, headlined by the confirmation of the Mustang entering the 2019 Supercars championship. As rumoured last year, the Mustang will enter Australia’s biggest racing series. The...

2018 Holden ‘Supercars’ previewed with new V6 engine

Jul 03, 2017

The first public showing of Holden’s V6 racing future has taken place, using the Red Bull Sandman as a development mule. Initially built to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Sandman ‘shaggin/ wagon,’ the panelvan...

2018 Holden Commodore Supercar race car revealed

Jun 09, 2017

Holden has unveiled its next-generation Commodore Supercar racing car concept, which will compete in the 2018 Supercars Championship. The Supercars Championship (stupid name, we know) replaces V8 Supercars, allowing more engine choices and thus more...

Potential Kia Stinger Australian Supercars racer rendered

Mar 08, 2017

It’s no secret that Kia is looking long and hard at entering the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship, to compete with Holden, Nissan, Volvo and any other manufactuers who might be signing on come 2018 when...

2018 Holden Commodore V8 Supercar (Supercar) rendered

Jan 24, 2017

2018 will usher in a new era of Australian motorsport for many reasons. Our premier racing series, rebranded the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship, will switch from its previous V8-only policy to include V6 turbo engines...

Potential Kia Stinger V8 Supercar rendered

Jan 18, 2017

With rumours abound that Kia is set to challenge Holden, Ford, Volvo and Nissan in the V8 Supercars championship (now just ‘Supercars’) when the rules change to allow V6 engines next year, Nik of Digi-Kustoms...

Kia Australia could enter V8 Supercars racing series

Nov 28, 2016

Kia is believed to be in negotiations with at least one team to enter the future Virgin Australia Supercar Championship (to replace current V8 Supercars), with its entrant likely based on a rear-wheel drive ‘four-door...

Holden confirms next-gen Commodore for 2018 V8 Supercars

Aug 17, 2016

The all-new Commodore in 2018 will have a Supercars counterpart (currently called V8 Supercars) for fans to cheer on at the racetrack, as a three-year deal has been signed with Triple Eight Race Engineering. The...

More details on ‘Gen2’ 2017 V8 Supercars regulations emerge

Jul 16, 2015

The shape into which Australia’s much-loved V8 Supercars series will evolve has become clearer, with more details outlined in a draft plan released by the organisation. Following December’s announcement that in 2017 the series would...

Toyota 86 Pro-Am racing series for Australia, to run with V8 Supercars

Mar 02, 2015

Exciting news for Toyota 86 enthusiasts in Australia. Toyota has announced plans for a Pro-Am race series which will run along side V8 Supercars. Sanctioned by the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport, the series will...

Lexus RC F to run as Safety Car for 2015 V8 Supercars season

Feb 09, 2015

While it might not be the inclusion into V8 Supercars that most would have thought, Lexus has announced it will be supplying an RC F Safety Car for the 2015 season. Joining the RC F...

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