Supercars has confirmed that it will undertake a parity review after criteria was met for its parity review system following another dominant round for the Chevrolet Camaro at Bathurst.
Supercars said in a statement: “Supercars can confirm that, in accordance with the rules of the Parity Review System, adjustment considerations have now commenced.
“The Head of Motorsport (HoM) has provided the Supercars Commission with an update following a comprehensive review of the data collected during the Repco Bathurst 1000.
“As outlined in the Parity Review System Terms of Reference, the HoM in conjunction with the Ford Homologation Team, is mandated to present recommendations, including relevant adjustments to the Vehicle Specification Documents and the Rules, to the Commission for implementation.
“The changes, once approved, can be implemented prior to the Boost Mobile Gold Coast 500.
“The 2023 Repco Supercars Championship will resume on the streets of Surfers Paradise on October 27-29.”
Changes to the Ford Mustang were rejected before Bathurst as the parity trigger hadn’t been met and it did not receive support from the majority of teams.