Issue #125

Issue #125 includes pullout poster featuring the Ford Falcon versus Holden Commodore and the Nissan Skyline R32 GT-R.

Also includes the following:

The original reborn: The rebirth of the first winner of the Armstrong 500, the Vauxhall Cresta.

Mustang’s racing pedigree. The Mustang’s successes in the Australian Touring Car Championship, highlighted by its domination of the 1960s.

Iconic cars: Holden HT Monaro GTS 350. The Monaro that gave Holden its first Australian Touring Car Championship title.

When Davids beat Goliaths. The small cars that defied the odds and defeated their bigger rivals.

The last of the Big Bangers. Holden’s famed Holden VK Commodore, which crushed the opposition in its brief time in the endurance events of 1984.

Iconic cars: Holden VL Commodore. The Holden that scored surprising Bathurst 1000 wins in very different forms in the Group A era.

Sensational Sierra. Ford’s turbo-charged rocket that became the car to have under the Group A rules.

Cars of the Rising Sun. Nissan’s history in Australian touring cars leading into its dominant spell with the Skyline.

Pushing the limits. The technical innovations that pushed the limits of the V8-powered parity era.

Iconic cars: Ford BA Falcon. The Falcon that ended the Commodore’s domination and put Ford back on top.

Welcome to the jungle. The challenge of getting the Nissan Altima and AMG Mercedes-Benz E-Class Supercars competitive.

Secrets behind the success. Holden’s VF Commodore and its strengths under the Car of the Future rules.

The X factor. The final Falcon, the FG X, which gave the model a fitting farewell for the Blue Oval.

Under the skin of the ZB. A deep dive into Holden’s final-ever Commodore Supercar, the ZB.

Pony power. The birth and development of Ford’s current Mustang Supercar.

Around The Bend. What’s on offer at Australia’s best motorsport facility, The Bend Motorsport Park.

Shootout: The top 10 cars. Counting down the most successful cars in the Australian Touring Car Championship/Supercars.

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Issue #123

Issue #123 includes pullout poster featuring Australian touring-car legends Dick Johnson and Mark Skaife.

Also includes the following:

ANALYSIS: The movers & shakers. How the 2022 Supercars grid is taking shape with the delay of Gen3 until 2023.

ANALYSIS: The biggest shoes to fill. Broc Feeney’s promotion into the main game as Jamie Whincup’s replacement at Triple Eight Race Engineering.

ANALYSIS: The long-awaited step up. Thomas Randle on getting his big break in the main game with the expanding Tickford Racing.

ANALYSIS: The end of the road for the Kellys. Todd and Rick Kelly’s farewell to Supercars team ownership.

COLUMN: Mark Winterbottom on the challenges of 2021 and his prospects for Bathurst.

COLUMN: Craig Lowndes on Jamie Whincup’s full-time farewell at Bathurst.

FEATURE: The old guard. Greg Murphy and Russell Ingall on their return to the driver’s seat in wildcard entries at Bathurst.

FEATURE: The wildcard combos. A look back on some of the most intriguing wildcard entries in the history of the Great Race.

FEATURE: The season that was. Reflecting on 2011, which saw Jamie Whincup win the title and Garth Tander and Nick Percat claim Bathurst.

FEATURE: The golden child. What made Mark Skaife and the Holden Racing Team’s Holden VX Commodore so special.

FEATURE: When godzilla crushed the Mountain. Profile of the all-conquering Nissan Skyline R32 GT-R.

FEATURE: Redemption. Dick Johnson’s championship and Bathurst 1000 double in 1981.

FEATURE: The Phase III dominator. Allan Moffat’s record-breaking Ford XY Falcon GT-HO Phase III.

FROM THE ARCHIVES: The first international Australian Touring Car Championship/Supercars round from 2001.

Issue #124

Issue #124 includes pullout poster featuring the Supercars class of 2022 and the champions of 2021.

Also includes the following:

New dawn for Supercars. A new ownership group and leader for Supercars ahead of the introduction of Gen3 in 2023.

Commodore farewell. The final season for the Holden Commodore in Australian touring cars.

Entry list. The driver and team combinations set to do battle in 2022.

What’s new for 2022. The driver and team changes in Supercars for the 2022 season.

The teams. How each team is shaping up for the 2022 Repco Supercars Championship.

The drivers. Profiles of the 25 full-time drivers on the Supercars grid.

The race formats for 2022. The key rules and regulations for the 2022 Repco Supercars Championship.

The circuits. A guide to the circuits hosting Supercars events in 2022.

The big step up. Broc Feeney on his graduation into the main game with Triple Eight Race Engineering.

From the archives. Jamie Whincup’s race-winning debut with Triple Eight Race Engineering.

Through the decades. A look back at the key events in the history of Australian touring cars from the decade anniversaries.

Issue #122

Issue #122 includes pullout poster featuring Chaz Mostert and Marcos Ambrose.

Also includes the following:

ANALYSIS: Gen3 ramps up. The latest on the development of the Gen3 Supercar and the philosophy behind it.

ANALYSIS: Title battle heats up. The state of play in the 2021 Repco Supercars Championship entering the second half of the season.

ANALYSIS: Returning to New Zealand. Supercars’ hopes to celebrate its New Zealand anniversary with a return to Pukekohe Park Raceway.

ANALYSIS: Bathurst wildcards. The wildcard entry set to make history at the 2021 Repco Bathurst 1000.

COLUMN: Mark Winterbottom on the challenge of competing in Supercars.

COLUMN: Craig Lowndes on how he would like the Supercars calendar to look moving forward.

FEATURE: Chazzle dazzle. The union and progression of Chaz Mostert and Walkinshaw Andretti United.

FEATURE: The greatest of all time. The case for Jamie Whincup being the greatest driver in the history of Australian touring cars.

FEATURE: The next generation Dane. Jessica Dane on her rise through the ranks and future with Triple Eight Race Engineering.

FEATURE: The will to win. Will Brown’s journey to his full-time main-game arrival with Erebus Motorsport.

FEATURE: The solo path. Jake Kostecki and Zane Goddard on moving into their own entries at Matt Stone Racing.

FEATURE: Racing links. The ties that connect Supercars/Bathurst 1000 and the IndyCar Series/Indianapolis 500.

FEATURE: The rookie sensation. Marcos Ambrose and Stone Brothers Racing’s arrival as Ford’s great hope in 2001.

FEATURE: Arrival of ‘The Kid’. Craig Lowndes’ sweep of his full-time debut season in 1996.

FROM THE ARCHIVES: A look back at the reverse-grid experiments from 2000 to 2006.

Issue #121

Issue #121 includes pullout poster featuring the Supercars class of 2021 and Jamie Whincup the Triple Eight Race Engineering years.

Also includes the following:

ANALYSIS: The great paddle shift debate. An examination of why the prospect of a paddle shift has led to so much angst amongst Supercars drivers.

ANALYSIS: SVG the one to beat. Shane van Gisbergen’s remarkable start to the 2021 Repco Supercars Championship. 

ANALYSIS: Changing of the guard. How the impending introduction of Gen3 has led to the arrival of new investors into Supercars teams. 

ANALYSIS: Tyres going super soft. The debut of Dunlop’s new super soft tyre and the trend to softer rubber. 

ANALYSIS: Digging into the archives. What you’ll find in Supercars’ SuperArchive full-race replay playlist. 

COLUMN: Mark Winterbottom on Gen3 and the future direction of Supercars. 

COLUMN: Craig Lowndes on Jamie Whincup’s full-time retirement and the changes at Triple Eight Race Engineering. 

FEATURE: The state of Triple Eight. Examining the changing of the guard at Triple Eight Race Engineering with Roland Dane, Tony Quinn and Jamie Whincup. 

FEATURE: Rising Waters. The rise of Cameron Waters into the role of team leader at Tickford Racing and Ford’s championship challenger. 

FEATURE: A racer’s racer. The immediate impact Brodie Kostecki is having in his full-time rookie season. 

FEATURE: Television numbers game. The changes to Supercars’ media-rights deal and the evolution of the landscape.

FEATURE: How Holden won the war. A retrospective on how Holden prevailed over Ford in the V8 Supercars era. 

FEATURE: The technical underground. The technical developments that defined the battle between the Holden Commodore and Ford Falcon.

FEATURE: Around The Bend. What The Bend Motorsport Park has to offer beyond the race track. 

FROM THE ARCHIVES: A look back to the start of the Car of the Future era at the 2013 Adelaide 500. 

Issue #120

Included is a two-sided pullout poster featuring the Supercars class of 2021 and the Holden Commodore in Australian touring cars.

Also includes the following:

ANALYSIS: The dark horse. The prospects for David Reynolds and Kelly Grove Racing.

ANALYSIS: Getting back on track. How the 2021 Supercars calendar is shaping up. 

ANALYSIS: The last dance. The end of an era at Triple Eight Race Engineering. 

ANALYSIS: Cool runners. Introducing Blanchard Racing Team. 

ANALYSIS: Betting on the young. The all-rookie line-ups this season. 

ANALYSIS: Bathurst field takes shape. The state of play in the endurance co-driver market.

COLUMN: Mark Winterbottom on Team 18’s 2021 goals. 

COLUMN: Craig Lowndes previews the new season. 

FEATURE: What’s new for 2021. The ins and outs for the Supercars season. 

FEATURE: The entry list. The 2021 Repco Supercars Championship field. 

FEATURE: The entrants. Team-by-team profile of this season’s entrants. 

FEATURE: The circuits. Profile of the circuits on the 2021 calendar. 

FEATURE: A new dawn. Dick Johnson Racing’s reset on and off track.  

FEATURE: Rolling back the decades. A look back at the decade anniversaries marked in 2021.

FEATURE: The heart of the lion. The origins of the Commodore in Australian touring cars.

FEATURE: Remembering John Harvey. Commemorating the life of John Harvey. 

FROM THE ARCHIVES: The last time the reigning champion didn’t defend the title. 

Issue #119

Included is a two-sided pullout poster featuring the 2020 Virgin Australia Supercars Championship and Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 winners.

Also includes the following:

ANALYSIS: Gen3 locked in. How the Gen3 rules pave the way for the Camaro to replace the Commodore, setting up a muscle-car battle in 2022.

ANALYSIS: Beyond Penske and McLaughlin. What the departure of Team Penske and Scott McLaughlin means to Dick Johnson Racing.   

ANALYSIS: Back on track in 2021. How the 2021 Repco Supercars Championship calendar shapes up and the demise of the Adelaide 500.

ANALYSIS: Wide open. Why the race for the 2021 championship is too close to call without Scott McLaughlin on the grid. 

ANALYSIS: Generational change. Why Rick Kelly’s full-time retirement marks another significant step in the generation change in Supercars. 

COLUMN: Mark Winterbottom on re-signing with Team 18 and the team’s prospects in 2021.

COLUMN: Craig Lowndes on what the Camaro’s arrival means for Holden/General Motors fans moving forward.

FEATURE: Behind Gen3. Our look into the Gen3 rules, the arrival of the Camaro and what it means for 2022 and beyond. 

FEATURE: A season like no other. The review of the 2020 season with a team-by-team report, results and standings.

FEATURE: The ultimate road trip. How the Victorian teams hit the road for 100-plus days to keep the 2020 season going. 

FEATURE: THE Bathurst finale. The review of the 2020 Bathurst 1000, the Great Race season finale.

FEATURE: Bowing out. A look back at Rick Kelly’s full-time driving career, from a young lion to team co-owner. 

FEATURE: The glory years. Mark Skaife on his championship and Bathurst-winning run with the Holden Racing Team from 2000 to 2002. 

FROM THE ARCHIVES: The last time a Ford driver won three championships in a row: Ian Geoghegan in 1968.  

Issue #118

Included is a two-sided pullout poster featuring 40 years of DJR/DJR Team Penske and Peter Brock’s first Bathurst win from 1972. 

Also includes the following:

ANALYSIS: THE LONG ROAD TO THE MOUNTAIN. How Supercars met the requirements for a season despite the challenges presented by COVID-19. 

ANALYSIS: LOOKING TO 2021. A change of free-to-air television partners headlines the changes to Supercars in 2021.  

ANALYSIS: DAVISON’S RETURN. Will Davison’s wild ride from being sidelined to a Bathurst contender in 2020. 

WINTERBOTTOM COLUMN. Team 18’s Mark Winterbottom on the challenges of being on the road for most of the 2020 season. 

LOWNDES COLUMN. Red Bull Holden Racing Team’s Craig Lowndes on gearing up for the only endurance event of 2020. 

FEATURE: TRUE-BLUE LEGEND. Dick Johnson recounts his tangle with a rock at Mount Panorama in 1980 and his love of the Bathurst 1000.

FEATURE: DJR/DJR TEAM PENSKE’S 40 DEFINING MOMENTS FROM 40 YEARS. Dick Johnson Racing/DJR Team Penske’s journey from its foundation in 1980 to the present day. 

FEATURE: HONOUR ROLL AND RECORDS. The numbers, names, milestones, records and more from Dick Johnson Racing/DJR Team Penske’s 40 years. 

FEATURE: THE DOMINATORS. The drivers and combinations who went on winning runs in the Bathurst 500/1000. 

FEATURE: THE BATTLERS. Garry Rogers Motorsport’s greatest moment, winning the 2000 Bathurst 1000. 

FEATURE: THE UNDERDOGS. Holden Racing Team’s surprise and defining win in the 1990 Bathurst 1000. 

FEATURE: THE ORIGINAL. Tracking down the first winner of the Great Race from the 1960 Armstrong 500. 

FROM THE ARCHIVES. The last time full-time main-game drivers teamed up in the Bathurst 1000.

FEATURE: THE RACE THAT MADE A LEGEND. Special feature on Peter Brock’s first Bathurst win in 1972. 

Issue #117

Included is a two-sided pullout poster featuring 60 years of ATCC/Supercars champions and Jamie Whincup.

Also includes the following:

ANALYSIS: Getting back on track. Supercars’ new-look calendar for the current season.

ANALYSIS: Beyond Holden. The latest on the Gen3 plans post-Holden.

ANALYSIS: Courtney gets a Ford boost. James Courtney lands at Tickford Racing.

ANALYSIS: Virtual moves. Supercars’ virtual racing push.

COLUMN: Ryan Story on the future of Supercars.

COLUMN: Mark Winterbottom on racing virtually.

COLUMN: Craig Lowndes on sprint-racing formats.

FEATURE: Virtual reality. Behind the scenes of the BP Supercars All Stars Eseries.

FEATURE: Top 60 drivers. Ranking the top 60 drivers of the ATCC/Supercars.

FEATURE: Top 10 makes. Holden versus Ford and the rest.

FEATURE: Top 10 teams. From Total Team to Triple Eight Race Engineering.

FEATURE: Top 10 cars.Commodores, Falcons and more.

FEATURE: Top 10 circuits. The iconic race tracks of the championship.

FEATURE: Top 10 seasons. The most memorable seasons.

FEATURE: Top 10 races. The classic contests.

FEATURE: Top 10 (multi-car) crashes. The biggest rollovers, pile-ups and more.

FROM THE ARCHIVES: The Brabham-Moss powerhouse combination at Bathurst.

Issue #116

Included is a two-sided pullout poster featuring the Holden class of 2020 and Holden legends.

Also includes the following:

ANALYSIS: GM accelerates Gen3. How the retirement of Holden has forced Supercars to bring forward its Gen3 plans.

ANALYSIS: Racing suspended. The delay to the 2020 Supercars season.

ANALYSIS: Indy star. Scott McLaughlin’s future with 
Team Penske in IndyCar.

ANALYSIS: Locked in. Jamie Whincup and Shane van Gisbergen re-sign with Triple Eight Race Engineering.

ANALYSIS: Enduro movers. How the field for the 2020 PIRTEK Enduro Cup 
is shaping up.

COLUMN: Ryan Story on the current state of Supercars.

COLUMN: Mark Winterbottom on Supercars’ Gen3 future.

COLUMN: Craig Lowndes pays tribute to Holden.

FEATURE: Holden, in memoriam. Holden’s long and storied history in 
Australian touring cars.

FEATURE: Where to now? How Supercars’ Gen3 plans are shaping up 
in the wake of Holden’s demise.

FEATURE: New beginnings. Chaz Mostert on his big off-season move
to Walkinshaw Andretti United.

FEATURE: Top end talent. Bryce Fullwood on his main-game graduation with Walkinshaw Andretti United.

FEATURE: Supercharged. Jack Le Brocq on his career reset at 
Tickford Racing.

FEATURE: Ride-share racers. Zane Goddard and Jake Kostecki on splitting 
their rookie seasons at Matt Stone Racing.

FEATURE: The battles 
to watch in 2020. The manufacturer, team and driver battles that will define the 2020 Supercars season.

SHOOTOUT: Holden heroes. The top 10 legendary Holden drivers.

Issue #115

Included is a two-sided pullout poster featuring the Class of 2020 and the Holden Commodore.

Also includes the following:

ANALYSIS: Ford versus Holden, Mustang versus Commodore. The legendary rivalry that reignites in 2020. 

ANALYSIS: The dark horse. Kelly Racing’s potential with its two Mustangs. 

ANALYSIS: Hampton Downs Supercars debut. The new home for Supercars’ New Zealand event.

ANALYSIS: Superlite ride share. How Supercars’ ride-share program works. 

COLOUMN: Mark Winterbottom on Team 18’s goals for 2020.

COLOUMN: Craig Lowndes previews the new season. 

FEATURE: What’s new. The changes for the 2020 Supercars season.

ENTRY LIST: Teams and drivers. The 2020 Supercars entry list. 

FEATURE: The contenders. Team previews for the 2020 entrants. 

FEATURE: Event guides for the 2020 season. 

FLASHBACKS: As the decades roll on… Looking back on the decade-on anniversaries in Australian touring cars. 

FEATURE: Like a red rag to a bull. The ongoing rivalry between Triple Eight Race Engineering and DJR Team Penske. 

FEATURE: Expansion and celebration. Brad Jones on his team’s expansion and 20th anniversary. 

FEATURE: Jack be quick. Profile of Brad Jones Racing rookie Jack Smith. 

FEATURE: Betting on 18. Scott Pye on his move to the expanding Team 18. 

SHOOTOUT: Championship runs. The top 10 most dominant championship runs by drivers in Australian touring cars.