Bathurst seems to have arrived quietly on Oppo this year.
Okay, the main 1000km event doesn’t actually start for another 14 hours, but there has been two days of practice, qualifying and support races each with their own fair share of action.
Enduro Season. If you utter this phrase to most motorsport fans, they’ll have no idea what you’re talking about. However, say it in the presence of the devout V8 Supercars fans, and their ears will perk up.
After four incredibly dull Saturday races which saw a grand total of two passes inside the top five after the opening lap(and zero changes inside the top two), V8 Supercars upper management has confirmed they are looking at tweaking the formula, with a change to made possibly in time for the next round in Winton, in…
Will Davison plays his cards right and wins race 9 of the 2015 International V8 Supercars championship series. It was followed by a whole buncha skids and donuts in glorious super slo-mo, which I’ll need to find a .gif of soon.
Don't know if it's been posted yet.
Marcos Ambrose will be driving the Xbox Ford Falcon this year. I always liked him in NASCAR so I can't wait to see what he does in his actual element.
The 2015 V8 Supercars season is about to start with this weekends V8 Supercars Supertest in Sydney.
Fell asleep last night and missed the finish. Found the last 2 laps on youtube and I swear this race never disappoints! Here they are if you want to watch.
Sorry to put a dampner on your Bathurst weekend, but Ford is dead. According to high level V8 Supercars officials Australia's greatest sporting rivalry is to be killed off by the end of next year.
It was announced today that Team Penske and Dick Johnson Racing have formed a partnership that will have Marcos Ambrose drive the #17 Ford Falcon beginning in 2015. I will definitely be following V8 Supercars more closely than I have have in the past.
♫ working for the Sandown ♪
...like how to drive a rear-engined Porsche GT3 competitively.
American's love their V8's. We have them in trucks, cars, racecars, and Corvettes, lots of Corvettes. Some have even found their way into less likely showcases, like motorcycles and blenders among other contraptions. But what we don't have is a truly awesome V8 race series. Now here is where I will get all the hate…