By Cameron Tomarchio Ford's Jamie Whincup took out the first leg of V8 Supercars' season-opening Clipsal 500, but the event was marred by a serious accident in a support race.
By Cameron Tomarchio Last year's V8 Supercar championship runner-up Jamie Whincup broke the lap record on the way to pole position at the season-opening Clipsal 500 today.
By Cameron Tomarchio The build-up may have been quiet but the V8 Supercars are set to roar into the streets of Adelaide for the season-opening Clipsal 500 on Friday.
By Cameron Tomarchio Ford Performance Racing were so excited about their 2008 V8 Supercar title prospects they wanted to work through Christmas.
Peter McKay It’s exactly 12 months to the day since James Warburton took over as chief executive of V8 Supercars Australia, and the former television executive this week reviewed his first hectic year steering...
Peter McKay After his tough learning experiences last year, Maro Engel has offered up some insights into the challenges for foreigners coming into the rough-and-tumble Australian race series.
Peter McKay There are clear winners and losers from V8 Supercars' six-year $241 million media deal starting from 2015.
Peter McKay Watching the intriguing events unfolding at V8 Supercars Australia has long been an exciting spectator sport, more so since private equity firm Archer Capital bought a majority shareholding in mid...
Peter McKay Time is the enemy as the anointed Nissan team for the 2013 V8 Supercars series, Kelly Racing, works feverishly to get four Altima lookalike cars on the grid for next year's opening race, the Clipsal...
Valencia Life after MotoGP for Casey Stoner will involve driving a V8 Supercar. It's just a question of when.
Ed Jackson V8 Supercars has unleashed its version of cricket's Twenty20 format, with the motorsport championship announcing a dramatic change to its race formats for next year.
Mark Fogarty Former world motorcycle champion hasn't yet committed to racing in V8 Supercars, but he soon will.
Peter McKay Maro Engel hasn't left a career in the high-profile German touring car (DTM) championship and a heady life in Monaco to move halfway around the world and then fail in Australia's highly competitive...
Michael Lynch Less than three months ago Shane Van Gisbergen walked away from V8 Supercars declaring that he was disillusioned and burnt out, that he needed time away to think about the world outside the narrow...
Michael Lynch ANYONE expecting a new ball game with the advent of the V8 Supercars Car of the Future era might have to wait a little longer.
Michael Lynch, Adelaide All involved in the sport are tipping that the new set-up will bring a shake-up.
Peter McKay Let's go to the verdict on the bold experiment - exporting Australian V8 Supercars to Texas. Did someone say ''coals to Newcastle'' or ''fridges to Eskimos"? The envelope please …
Peter McKay There are some grey flecks in his dark hair and he'll hit 40 next birthday, but don't think Craig Lowndes is planning a quieter life.
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.