Included is a two-sided pullout poster featuring Walkinshaw Racing’s Holden Racing Team and the 2016 Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 winners.
V8X Supercar Magazine issue #95 includes the following:
HOLDING ON: The future of Supercars through manufacturers and teams.
FRATERNISING WITH FOGES – THE LION KING: Foges goes one-on-one with Holden’s Simon McNamara.
V8 VERSUS V6: Where Supercars is headed with its engine formula. ￼￼￼￼￼￼
ALL ABOARD THE SPONSORSHIP WAGON: How sponsorships are evolving with the pay TV deal and rotating liveries.
TRIBAL COLOURS: The importance of merchandise and memberships.
CATERING FOR SPONSORS: How teams cater to sponsors at events.
TRUCKIN’ ON: The inside story of the team transporters.
SUPER PUSH: Why Supercars is investing so heavily in female drivers.
WHINCUP’S CENTURY: The best races and numbers of Jamie Whincup’s 100 wins.
ALL HEART: Chris Pither on his second coming in Supercars.
EURO TRIP: A look back at when Peter Brock, Allan Moffat, Allan Grice and co raced in Europe.
ANALYSIS: NEWCASTLE OVER SYDNEY: Why Newcastle will work where Sydney Olympic Park didn’t.
ANALYSIS: AUSSIE RULES IN 2017: How the 2017 Supercars schedule shapes up.
ANALYSIS: NEW-GEN COMMODORE: Making sense of the future of the Commodore.
ANALYSIS: SURVIVAL MODE: The battle customer teams face in the current era.
SPEEDCAFE: NEWS ROUND-UP: The latest headlines from Speedcafe.com
MARK WINTERBOTTOM COLUMN: Frosty on Sydney Olympic Park and Newcastle.
CRAIG LOWNDES COLUMN: Lowndes on Holden and the future of Supercars.
GARRY ROGERS COLUMN: Rogers on the fight to keep his Volvos.
THE SHOOTOUT: The most memorable moments at Sydney Olympic Park.