Issue #114 celebrates Scott McLaughlin’s record-breaking 2019 season, which included a first win in the Bathurst 1000 and a second consecutive Supercars drivers’ championship.
Included is a two-sided pullout poster featuring McLaughlin’s Bathurst-championship double and the 2020 Supercars calendar.
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Issue #114 also includes the following:
ANALYSIS: 2020 comings and goings. The changes to the grid for the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship in 2020.
ANALYSIS: GRM’s tough call. The why and how of Garry Rogers Motorsport’s decision to withdraw from Supercars.
ANALYSIS: End for the Altima: Kelly Racing on the decision to end a seven-season stint running the Nissan Altima.
ANALYSIS: What’s new for 2020. All the changes to the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship calendar in 2020.
COLUMN: Mark Winterbottom on Team 18’s expansion to two cars for next season.
COLUMN: Craig Lowndes on his record-breaking time with Triple Eight Race Engineering.
COLUMN: Garry Rogers reflects on his team’s 24-season stint in Supercars.
FEATURE: The record breaker. A look back at DJR Team Penske and Scott McLaughlin’s record-breaking season in 2019.
FEATURE: The French connection. Alexandre Prémat on his Bathurst win and teaming up with Scott McLaughlin.
FEATURE: Tech talk. What impact Supercars’ cut in downforce will have on the racing in 2020.
FEATURE: Pony up! How Kelly Racing will look to reset with two Ford Mustangs next season.
FEATURE: Taking Tickford’s Allan Moffat-inspired Ford Mustang for a test drive.
FEATURE: The end of the road. Our tribute to Garry Rogers Motorsport and its Supercars legacy.
FEATURE: Tekno’s Sydney reset. Tekno Autosports on hopes its move to Sydney will help it climb up the grid.
FEATURE: Decade Dave. David Reynolds on his decision to sign a 10-year contract with Erebus Motorsport.
SHOOTOUT: Our top 10 most dominant seasons by a driver in the history of Australian touring cars.
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