Issue #123 includes pullout poster featuring Australian touring-car legends Dick Johnson and Mark Skaife.
Also includes the following:
ANALYSIS: The movers & shakers. How the 2022 Supercars grid is taking shape with the delay of Gen3 until 2023.
ANALYSIS: The biggest shoes to fill. Broc Feeney’s promotion into the main game as Jamie Whincup’s replacement at Triple Eight Race Engineering.
ANALYSIS: The long-awaited step up. Thomas Randle on getting his big break in the main game with the expanding Tickford Racing.
ANALYSIS: The end of the road for the Kellys. Todd and Rick Kelly’s farewell to Supercars team ownership.
COLUMN: Mark Winterbottom on the challenges of 2021 and his prospects for Bathurst.
COLUMN: Craig Lowndes on Jamie Whincup’s full-time farewell at Bathurst.
FEATURE: The old guard. Greg Murphy and Russell Ingall on their return to the driver’s seat in wildcard entries at Bathurst.
FEATURE: The wildcard combos. A look back on some of the most intriguing wildcard entries in the history of the Great Race.
FEATURE: The season that was. Reflecting on 2011, which saw Jamie Whincup win the title and Garth Tander and Nick Percat claim Bathurst.
FEATURE: The golden child. What made Mark Skaife and the Holden Racing Team’s Holden VX Commodore so special.
FEATURE: When godzilla crushed the Mountain. Profile of the all-conquering Nissan Skyline R32 GT-R.
FEATURE: Redemption. Dick Johnson’s championship and Bathurst 1000 double in 1981.
FEATURE: The Phase III dominator. Allan Moffat’s record-breaking Ford XY Falcon GT-HO Phase III.
FROM THE ARCHIVES: The first international Australian Touring Car Championship/Supercars round from 2001.