Issue #119 looks back on the 2020 Virgin Australia Supercars Championship and Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000, in addition to a deep dive into the Gen3 technical rules and the arrival of the Chevrolet Camaro from 2022.
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Issue #119 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.
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