Supercars has confirmed that a parity review has been triggered in accordance with the championship’s regulations.
The parity review system is designed to identify and evaluate any imbalances among the competing models, using the analysis of lap times across a number of races to determine whether a disparity exists.
The threshold to trigger a review must be achieved consistently over either five consecutive races or five of eight races, which were met following the final race in Darwin.
The Chevrolet Camaro has won 14 of the 15 races held in 2023, with the only win for the Ford Mustang following the disqualification of two Triple Eight Race Engineering Camaros.
“The parity review system has been a foundation of the parity assessment throughout the championship over many years,” said Supercars CEO Shane Howard.
“Now that a review has been triggered, we have commenced the nominated process.
“Supercars have met and are working with both Homologating Teams to formulate appropriate recommendations for a parity adjustment.”