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Mustang Bathurst wildcard entry doomed

PARKED UP PLUS podcast outlines why the Anderson Motorsport Bathurst wildcard entry is now unlikely to happen.

15 August 2022

As well as detailing Dick Johnson Racing’s ownership restructure, this week’s PARKED UP PLUS podcast reveals why Michael Anderson’s Ford wildcard entry for the Repco Bathurst 1000 won’t go ahead.
Anderson wanted to run an ex-Dick Johnson Racing Mustang with an international co-driver, but his bold plan appears to have been defeated.
The Bathurst builder, already denied a Super Licence, hasn’t met the other requirements to have his throwback privateer-style entry confirmed.
Listen why here:

PARKED UP PLUS presenter Mark Fogarty also talks to ex-Supercars regular French ace Alexandre Prémat about why he isn’t coming back to defend the pre-COVID Bathurst 1000 title he won with Scott McLaughlin in 2019.
Supercars’ Gen3 reaches a milestone ahead of this weekend’s round at Sandown – and V8 legend Mark Skaife explains why cost blow-outs won’t harm the next-gen Camaro and Mustang.
Plus Skaife’s expert verdict on whether anyone can stop Shane van Gisbergen’s charge to his third Supercars crown.
PARKED UP PLUS also hears from Aussie FIA representative Garry Connelly about the voting to decide the next Formula 1 power unit rules from 2026.
Connelly is one of the 25 members of the FIA’s World Motor Sport Council who will vote on the more sustainable F1 engine regulations.
It’s all in the latest PARKED UP PLUS podcast, presented by Australian motorsport authority Fogarty, named Journalist Of The Year in the delayed 2021 Motorsport Australia National Awards. The accolade highlights Foges’ 50th anniversary as a journalist here and overseas.
A multi award-winner for his motor racing coverage over the past decade, he continues to break the big news each week on PARKED UP PLUS.