The wraps have come off the V8 Supercar Aussie MotoGP champion Casey Stoner will race in the Dunlop Development Series for Triple 8 Racing run Red Bull Racing Australia.
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It’s a complete turn around in form to see a promotional video featuring Craig Lowndes and Jamie Whincup “swearing like sailors” but that’s exactly what Red Bull Racing Australia have released this morning following the initial teaser.
The announcement of the Car of the Future for V8 Supercars was a big win for the sport, with new manufacturers entering to take on the old guards Ford and Holden. But only one newbie is officially in.
This weekend could quite possibly be one of the best weekends on the box for fans of motorsport this year. The combination of the Japanese Formula 1 Grand Prix in our timezone, the possibility of an Aussie World Champion being crowned in Europe and the 50th anniversary Bathurst 1000 makes for one heck of a [...]
After denying that it was thinking of joining Australia’s premier racing category, Mercedes-Benz has done a u-turn and with the announcement that there will be three E-Class cars in the 2013 series. But they won’t be factory supported cars.
Every motorsport fan has spent time behind a Playstation or XBox setting fast times and winning races. They call those games “simulations”, but in reality just how close are they? EFTM took a ride with V8 Supercar driver Garth Tander and checked out some of the best simulators available to answer that very question.
Like a bit of V8 Supercar action but also like to keep your wallet full of cash? Usually you can’t have both, but the relaunch of the Eastern Creek round of the V8 Supercar Championship on August 25/26 has seen a great ticket deal released.
The annual Gold Coast 600 V8 Supercar race which mixes the best in the Aussie series with a range of international drivers has revealed the first international signings. An ex-F1 driver, a current IndyCar star and a Le Mans specialist will join the field.
Ex-F1 World Champion Jacques Villeneuve will drive the Pepsi Max Crew Kelly Racing V8 Supercar at the Townsville round with regular incumbent Greg Murphy remaining on the sidelines due to an injury.
Breaking: Australian two-time MotoGP World Champion Casey Stoner will hang up his helmet at the end of the year. Only 26 years old, Stoner is currently leading the 2012 Championship but will settle down with his wife and daughter in 2013.