Recently, Swedish automaker Volvo joined the Australian V8 Supercar series but when Jaguar was approached to do the same, the British automaker declined without much thought. Continue Reading...
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Volvo has officially announced its entry into the Australian V8 Supercars Series with a pair of S60 race cars developed by Polestar and Garry Rogers Motorsport (GRM). Continue Reading...
28 of Australia’s V8 Supercars will be competing in the first-ever U.S. V8 Supercars race on May 17-19 at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas, and they have just begun arriving in the States. Continue Reading...
Ford and General Motors could have an all-too-familiar rival in the V8 Supercar series and despite some rumors, it won’t be from German or Japan. Hailing from the other side of the world, where they’re cross-town rivals, Chrysler is tipped as the latest possibly entry into the touring car championship. Top Chrysler designer and CEO… Continue Reading...
Move over NASCAR, some new V8 racing cars are coming to town, to show whose the new boss. We are talking about the possible introduction of the Australian V8 Supercar series to North America. Over the last decade, this Aussie racing series has expanded beyond its island home, having staged races in China, New Zealand… Continue Reading...
With Toyota not involved in Formula 1 any more, the company is looking for ways to promote itself in racing, while using the experience to improve its road cars. Rumors of Lexus joining the DTM series in Europe never came to fruition – which makes sense as Lexus is promoting itself as a “green” brand… Continue Reading...
With some big changes coming to the Australian V8 Supercars series, Mercedes-Benz may be looking to get in on the action. Starting in 2012, the Australian NASCAR-meets-Touring Car series will follow after the U.S. stock car series by introducing a Car of the Future platform, essentially making the championship more of a spec series. The… Continue Reading...