In an action-packed and wet and wild weekend at the Sandown Supersprint, Shane van Gisbergen put on a career performance.
In a performance that is sure to be a talking point for years to come, Shane van Gisbergen took out victory at Sandown in emphatic style, returning after a severe injury.
It’s set to be a massive year of motorsport in 2021 with the Repco Supercars championship revealing its calendar, and it certainly has some surprises.
One of the worst kept secrets in Supercars was confirmed with Shell V Power racing announcing its 2021 lineup.
Shane van Gisbergen, Garth Tander and Holden are the 2020 Kings of the Mountain with a perfect performance at the Bathurst 1000
Today teams who made the move to Queensland early last month to avoid the rapid changing situation in the southern states have now landed in Darwin ahead of the BetEasy Darwin Triple crown this weekend.
With the constantly changing list of border restrictions and a more and more compressed season, Townsville is set to hold a doubleheader of Motorsport
Youngster Jack Le Brocq etched his name into history with his maiden win in Supercars at the Truck Assist Sydney SuperSprint.
Next week will see all of the ten supercar teams move operations temporarily into south-east Queensland.
Driving for Red Bull of-course Verstappen will be behind the wheel of a virtual Holden Commodore with the #33 and sporting a similar livery to his 2020 Aston Martin Red Bull Racing F1 car.
With only a few weeks left until the season opener in Adelaide, championship partners, Supercars drivers and team owners touched down in Sydney to celebrate the start of the 2020
Scott McLaughlin takes his second Championship, Craig Lowndes and Jamie Whincup reign supreme across the weekend and take out the Pirtek Enduro Cup.
Jamie Whincup and Craig Lowndes, have claimed pole position for tomorrow’s Penrite Oil Sandown 500 after taming the wet conditions
Red Bull once again with a one-two on the Gold Coast, Shane van Gisbergen taking the win over teammate Whincup who took out the win on Saturday
The two greatest drivers in the Supercar era, Jamie Whincup and Craig Lowndes, have today claimed victory in the opener of the 2019 Vodafone Gold Coast 600
Cam Waters was the quickest driver in yesterday afternoon’s third and final practice session for this weekend’s Vodafone Gold Coast 600.
Scott McLaughlin has grabbed victory to break Craig Lowndes’ all-time season winning record in chaotic circumstances at the ITM Auckland SuperSprint.
Shane Van Gisbergen has taken a Kiwi win in the ITM SuperSpring on home soil while teammate Jamie Whincup was denied second place following a penalty.