Rick Kelly snatched a famous win for Nissan Motorsport in a stunning conclusion to the opening leg of the Winton SuperSprint. Saturday Just days after Nissan announced it will withdraw its support of the Kelly family-owned team at season’s end, Kelly scored the manufacturer’s first win in nearly two years. Click here for full Race […]

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Scott McLaughlin has claimed his sixth ARMOR ALL Pole Position of the 2018 Supercars season, topping qualifying at the Winton SuperSprint. The championship leader headed a one-two for Shell V-Power Racing at the Victorian circuit, and will share the front row with team-mate Fabian Coulthard later this afternoon. Click here for full ARMOR ALL Qualifying results […]

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Fabian Coulthard will not join team-mate Scott McLaughlin on the front row for the opening race of the WD-40 Phillip Island 500, after being excluded from qualifying. Coulthard set the second-fastest time in ARMOR ALL Qualifying earlier on Saturday, behind the sister Shell Ford of Scott McLaughlin. He has, though, been excluded from the session […]

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Scott McLaughlin led team-mate Fabian Coulthard in a Shell Ford sweep of the front row in ARMOR ALL Qualifying for Saturday’s WD-40 Phillip Island 500 race. With McLaughlin taking his third ARMOR ALL Pole of 2018, the pair were half-a-second clear of their nearest challengers, the three Triple Eight Commodores. Click here for the qualifying […]

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Triple Eight has “developed a rocket ship” with the new ZB Commodore and left Shell V-Power Racing with plenty of work to do, managing director Ryan Story concedes. Holden’s next-generation Commodore, the first hatchback in Supercars, made its race debut in the Adelaide 500, taking one-two and one-two-three finishes led by Shane van Gisbergen each day. […]

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DJR Team Penske will continue to be known as Shell V-Power Racing into the next decade after extending its sponsorship with the oil giant. The reigning Supercars Teams’ champion confirmed the new deal and the continuation of co-drivers Tony D’Alberto and Alex Premat in Adelaide this morning. Its livery is also largely unchanged from 2017. […]

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The group of 26 drivers that will contest the 2018 Virgin Australia Supercars Championship is complete. Tekno Autosport’s long-awaited confirmation that Jack Le Brocq will replace Will Davison rounds out a set of announcements that had been expected since the Coates Hire Newcastle 500 weekend last November. Led by 2017 title protagonists Shell V-Power Racing and Triple Eight, just […]

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Shell V-Power Racing could abandon Ford for another manufacturer for the 2019 Supercars season. The shock move was outlined to Supercars.com by team owner Roger Penske in an interview at the Detroit motor show this week. Penske is clearly frustrated that a licensing deal with Ford Australia to race the Mustang in the Virgin Australia […]

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Kiwi Shane van Gisbergen scored a home win in an intense opening leg of the ITM Auckland SuperSprint that spelt disaster for two title contenders. Forecast rain that officials feared would make racing impossible on the partially-resurfaced circuit held out, although light drops in the closing stages added to the drama. Click here for full […]

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Fabian Coulthard says he’s still not thinking about the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship, despite shooting back into the points lead with just three events remaining. Coulthard started the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 third in the standings, 161 points off top spot, but vaulted into the lead with a third-place finish alongside Tony D’Alberto. The Shell V-Power […]

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