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Issue #121

Issue #121 includes pullout poster featuring the Supercars class of 2021 and Jamie Whincup the Triple Eight Race Engineering years.

Also includes the following:

ANALYSIS: The great paddle shift debate. An examination of why the prospect of a paddle shift has led to so much angst amongst Supercars drivers.

ANALYSIS: SVG the one to beat. Shane van Gisbergen’s remarkable start to the 2021 Repco Supercars Championship. 

ANALYSIS: Changing of the guard. How the impending introduction of Gen3 has led to the arrival of new investors into Supercars teams. 

ANALYSIS: Tyres going super soft. The debut of Dunlop’s new super soft tyre and the trend to softer rubber. 

ANALYSIS: Digging into the archives. What you’ll find in Supercars’ SuperArchive full-race replay playlist. 

COLUMN: Mark Winterbottom on Gen3 and the future direction of Supercars. 

COLUMN: Craig Lowndes on Jamie Whincup’s full-time retirement and the changes at Triple Eight Race Engineering. 

FEATURE: The state of Triple Eight. Examining the changing of the guard at Triple Eight Race Engineering with Roland Dane, Tony Quinn and Jamie Whincup. 

FEATURE: Rising Waters. The rise of Cameron Waters into the role of team leader at Tickford Racing and Ford’s championship challenger. 

FEATURE: A racer’s racer. The immediate impact Brodie Kostecki is having in his full-time rookie season. 

FEATURE: Television numbers game. The changes to Supercars’ media-rights deal and the evolution of the landscape.

FEATURE: How Holden won the war. A retrospective on how Holden prevailed over Ford in the V8 Supercars era. 

FEATURE: The technical underground. The technical developments that defined the battle between the Holden Commodore and Ford Falcon.

FEATURE: Around The Bend. What The Bend Motorsport Park has to offer beyond the race track. 

FROM THE ARCHIVES: A look back to the start of the Car of the Future era at the 2013 Adelaide 500.