Whincup ends van Gisbergen's streak
Van Gisbergen extends winning streak
Supercars to drop roll bar levers
Winterbottom's cracked chassis woes
Engine tweak for Holden teams

Jamie Whincup and Chas Mostert snapped Shane van Gisbergen's seven-race Supercars winning streak with victories at Symmons Plains.

Supercars is set to drop in-car rollbar adjustment as part of its 2022 Gen3 rules that are designed to reduce costs.

Mark Winterbottom says the post-season revelation of cracks in his chassis explained an inconsistent end to his 2020 Supercars campaign.

A number of Holden teams, including series leader Triple Eight Race Engineering, will have an updated engine package at their disposal at some point during the 2021 Supercars season.

Tasmania Supercars: Whincup and Mostert end van Gisbergen's winning streak

Jamie Whincup and Chas Mostert snapped Shane van Gisbergen's seven-race Supercars winning streak with victories at Symmons Plains.

Tasmania Supercars: Van Gisbergen takes seventh straight win

Shane van Gisbergen dominated the opening heat of the Tasmania SuperSprint at Symmons Plains.

Supercars set to drop in-car roll bar adjustment in cost saving push

Supercars is set to drop in-car rollbar adjustment as part of its 2022 Gen3 rules that are designed to reduce costs.

Winterbottom reveals cracked Supercars chassis woes

Mark Winterbottom says the post-season revelation of cracks in his chassis explained an inconsistent end to his 2020 Supercars campaign.

Engine tweak coming for Holden Supercars teams

A number of Holden teams, including series leader Triple Eight Race Engineering, will have an updated engine package at their disposal at some point during the 2021 Supercars season.

Supercars points leader van Gisbergen off painkillers since Sandown

Shane van Gisbergen says he has been off painkillers since last month's Sandown round to better track the recovery of his broken collarbone and ribs.

Bamber joins KGR for 2021 Bathurst 1000

Kelly Grove Racing has signed Le Mans 24 Hours winner Earl Bamber for the 2021 Bathurst 1000.

Van Gisbergen claims Bathurst Triple Crown

Shane van Gisbergen has become just the second driver to win the Bathurst Triple Crown.

COVID outbreak forces Tasmania Supercars round postponement

Supercars has postponed the upcoming Tasmania SuperSprint by a week in response to the COVID-19 outbreak in Queensland.

Supercars teams may make state border dash

Queensland-based Supercars teams may head for the New South Wales border as soon as tomorrow as their home state continues to deal with a new COVID-19 outbreak.

Supercars team owner Walkinshaw contracted COVID-19

Supercars team owner Ryan Walkinshaw was hospitalised during a battle with COVID-19 earlier this year.

Uncertainty over Supercars engine supply

There is uncertainty around the future of in-house engine programmes in Supercars ahead of the introduction of the Gen3 ruleset.

Scans reveal van Gisbergen also had broken ribs for Sandown wins

Scans on Supercars championship leader Shane van Gisbergen's broken collarbone have belatedly revealed that he also cracked three ribs when he crashed his mountain bike.

Reynolds surprised by fume inhalation during Sandown Supercars race

David Reynolds says his Kelly Grove Racing team will investigate how fumes got into the cabin and made him sick during one of Sunday's Supercars races at Sandown.

Miracle man van Gisbergen turned to bike stars for recovery help

Shane van Gisbergen turned to two-wheel superstars Chad Reed and Toby Price to help his recovery from a broken collarbone.

Sandown Supercars: Van Gisbergen keeps perfect run alive

Shane van Gisbergen remains unbeaten in the 2021 Supercars season after winning both of Sunday's races at Sandown.

'Weird' wheel compromise aided van Gisbergen's Sandown win

Shane van Gisbergen says a "weird" steering wheel position helped him take one of the greatest ever Supercars wins while nursing a broken collarbone at Sandown.

Sandown Supercars: Injured van Gisbergen storms to stunning win

Nursing a broken collarbone, Shane van Gisbergen drove from 17th on the grid to a remarkable victory in the opening Supercars race at Sandown.

Fuel concerns prompted Sandown Supercars lap reduction

Fuel range concerns prompted Supercars to reduce the lap count for the three sprint races at Sandown this weekend.

Triple Eight says van Gisbergen will drive at Sandown

Triple Eight part-owner Jess Dane says injured star Shane van Gisbergen will at least try and drive at this weekend's Supercars round at Sandown.

Can DJR still be a Supercars powerhouse after Penske? Plus

Can DJR still be a Supercars powerhouse after Penske?

OPINION: Roger Penske's operation helped lift Dick Johnson's faltering Ford team back to the top of Australian tin-tops. But, despite The Captain's departure, along with star driver Scott McLaughlin, there's no reason to expect an imminent decline from DJR

Supercars
Feb 26, 2021
Why Whincup's next move is no calculated gamble Plus

Why Whincup's next move is no calculated gamble

Supercars' most successful team of the past 15 years is set for a radical shakeup next year when Jamie Whincup retires from driving and takes over the reins at Triple Eight. But the team's outgoing boss Roland Dane has full faith that he'll be up to the task

Supercars
Feb 5, 2021
The top 10 Supercars drivers of 2020 Plus

The top 10 Supercars drivers of 2020

In a year of few constants, the Australian Supercars championship could be relied upon for its usual blend of rough and tumble racing with a V8 soundtrack. But who were its top performers in 2020?

Supercars
Dec 27, 2020
The 'lifetime deal' that broke down in double quick time Plus

The 'lifetime deal' that broke down in double quick time

Last year, David Reynolds signed a decade-long deal with Erebus, seemingly pledging his long-term Supercars future to the team. One year on, "Decade Dave's" contract has been reduced to tatters, with an undercurrent of discontent having brewed in 2020

Supercars
Dec 18, 2020
How Supercars now needs a new "human salt harvester" Plus

How Supercars now needs a new "human salt harvester"

Scott McLaughlin has been a divisive figure in Supercars over the past few years but, as he heads off to a fresh challenge in IndyCar, the Australian tin-top series needs to find someone else to fill his dramatic boots as the category enters a new era

Supercars
Oct 30, 2020
Why McLaughlin is wrong to label 2020 his best title Plus

Why McLaughlin is wrong to label 2020 his best title

OPINION: Scott McLaughlin was quick to describe his third Supercars title as his best yet. But even though it didn't match the dramatic backstory of his 2018 triumph, there's a good reason for him wanting to control the narrative this time around

Supercars
Oct 2, 2020
Why Supercars would settle for an anticlimactic title race Plus

Why Supercars would settle for an anticlimactic title race

It's a predicament that has faced the World Endurance Championship in the past, and now it's the turn of Supercars to have its biggest race - the Bathurst 1000 - taking the final slot on the calendar. Will its wider significance upstage the title battle?

Supercars
Sep 4, 2020
The 10-year wait for a Supercars champion halted by coronavirus Plus

The 10-year wait for a Supercars champion halted by coronavirus

When the Supercars season resumes James Courtney will be a Tickford Racing driver - but it's not the first time the star driver has flirted with the famous Ford squad

Supercars
May 18, 2020