Holden driver James Courtney has become a YouTube hit among his V8 Supercar rivals.
Robert Grant Fabian Coulthard breaks through for his second win of the weekend on Sunday.
A spectacular 160km/h head-on crash almost brought an end to the final race of the V8 Supercars round at Symmons Plains, before Fabian Coulthard broke through for his second win of the weekend on...
Mark Fogarty V8 Supercar drivers are set to be drug tested up to three times more often.
Stephen Ottley DANICA Patrick will never be forgotten. Not even halfway through her career, and without even reaching her full potential, she has already secured her place in the history books.
Mark Fogarty But what the fallen V8 Supercar squad needed most was a new broom.
Mark Fogarty Ford folk hero Dick Johnson's V8 Supercars team faces an uncertain future.
Ford driver Will Davison won the season-ending V8 Supercars race to ensure Holden didn't claim all the bragging rights from the historic weekend.
Mark Fogarty, Sydney It was redemption of sorts for Ford's Will Davison and Holden's James Courtney at Sunday's Sydney 500.
Mark Fogarty It was redemption of sorts for both Ford's Will Davison and Holden's James Courtney at the Sydney 500 on Sunday, although their returns to form were overshadowed by Jamie Whincup's long-awaited...
Winton Ford's Mark Winterbottom has given himself the best possible chance to push Jamie Whincup in the V8 Supercar title chase, grabbing pole position for the opening race at Winton this weekend.
Stephen Ottley It was the final Holden-versus-Ford duel at the Mountain, and it was arguably the best.
Guy Hand IN A THRILLING race which came down to a last lap passing move, Holden's Jamie Whincup yesterday started his V8 Supercar title defence as a winner.
A misfiring engine was behind Holden hero Jamie Whincup slipping from the lead in both the Clipsal 500 and the V8 Supercar championship.
Guy Hand There was enough self-belief, and this time, there was enough petrol for Ford's Will Davison to post his first V8 Supercar win in two-and-a-half years at the Clipsal 500 yesterday.
The V8 Supercars' annual dilemma of how best to showcase their brand at the Australian Formula One Grand Prix shows no signs of going away.
Robert Grant Brotherly love will be put on hold this year as Alex and Will Davison rub bumpers in opposing V8 Supercar teams.
Liam Fitzgibbon Ford star Jamie Whincup significantly extended his V8 Supercars championship lead with a comfortable win in race one of the Desert 400 in Bahrain.
Guy Hand Ford's rising star Will Davison is set to replace retiring V8 champion Mark Skaife at the Holden Racing Team next year.
Guy Hand The man likely to spark the V8 Supercar driver-go-round for 2009, Ford's Will Davison, aims to ignore speculation about his future for the rest of the season.