Issue #125 includes pullout poster featuring the Ford Falcon versus Holden Commodore and the Nissan Skyline R32 GT-R.
Also includes the following:
The original reborn: The rebirth of the first winner of the Armstrong 500, the Vauxhall Cresta.
Mustang’s racing pedigree. The Mustang’s successes in the Australian Touring Car Championship, highlighted by its domination of the 1960s.
Iconic cars: Holden HT Monaro GTS 350. The Monaro that gave Holden its first Australian Touring Car Championship title.
When Davids beat Goliaths. The small cars that defied the odds and defeated their bigger rivals.
The last of the Big Bangers. Holden’s famed Holden VK Commodore, which crushed the opposition in its brief time in the endurance events of 1984.
Iconic cars: Holden VL Commodore. The Holden that scored surprising Bathurst 1000 wins in very different forms in the Group A era.
Sensational Sierra. Ford’s turbo-charged rocket that became the car to have under the Group A rules.
Cars of the Rising Sun. Nissan’s history in Australian touring cars leading into its dominant spell with the Skyline.
Pushing the limits. The technical innovations that pushed the limits of the V8-powered parity era.
Iconic cars: Ford BA Falcon. The Falcon that ended the Commodore’s domination and put Ford back on top.
Welcome to the jungle. The challenge of getting the Nissan Altima and AMG Mercedes-Benz E-Class Supercars competitive.
Secrets behind the success. Holden’s VF Commodore and its strengths under the Car of the Future rules.
The X factor. The final Falcon, the FG X, which gave the model a fitting farewell for the Blue Oval.
Under the skin of the ZB. A deep dive into Holden’s final-ever Commodore Supercar, the ZB.
Pony power. The birth and development of Ford’s current Mustang Supercar.
Around The Bend. What’s on offer at Australia’s best motorsport facility, The Bend Motorsport Park.
Shootout: The top 10 cars. Counting down the most successful cars in the Australian Touring Car Championship/Supercars.