As Australia debates whether to recognize same-sex marriage, this Holden racing team made very clear where it stands.
Australian Supercars driver Scott McLaughlin nearly ate the wall at the Gold Coast 600, but he somehow turned a screeching, tire-smoking lock-up into a pass on the inside of Mark Winterbottom.
Bathurst 1000 race leader Jamie Whincup had been crushing Mount Panorama Circuit lap time records throughout the race in his No. 88 Red Bull Racing Holden, but then he caused an insane crash that led to the race being won by a car that never led a single lap all day.
Austrailian Supercar driver Mark Winterbottom lost his front brakes heading into The Chase after one of the fastest straights in motor racing: Mount Panorama’s Conrod Straight. Here’s why you need functioning brakes at the infamous Bathurst 1000.
The Bathurst 1000 is one of the most insane races in the world, but you know things are getting really crazy when cars won’t give up their position in pit lane. Watch this hot nonsense between Michael Caruso’s No. 23 Nissan and Scott McLaughlin’s No. 33 Volvo.
“They said I could be anything, so I became a rocketship.” - this Supercar, probably. James Moffat’s No. 34 Volvo had an unexpected engine failure that resulted in a big engine fire on lap 109 of today’s Bathurst 1000.
This is a blind hill right before The Chase, the infamous section of Mount Panorama Circuit that was added to slow down the ludicrous speeds cars achieve on the Conrod Straight. It’s one of the fastest parts of the Bathurst 1000, and cars can’t see much above the crest of that hill.
The right front brake rotors of the No. 14 Freightliner Racing Holden VF Commodore erupted in flame on lap 54 of today’s Bathurst 1000 when brake fluid spilled on the hot rotors. Normally, that’s a sign that you shouldn’t put the wheel back on just yet, but one determined crew man popped it on regardless.
First rule of Australian Supercar driving: what’s behind you is not important. (Well, unless it’s Shane Van Gisbergen or something.)
One of the most brilliant, insane and unbelievable races of the year puts crazy overpowered sedans to battle around Australia’s Mount Panorama. The Bathurst 1000 starts tomorrow night, and it’s still disappointingly not broadcast on American television. It’s the last time we’ll get to see an all-V8-powered field,…
Darrell Waltrip won Nascar's Winston Cup three times and stands fourth in race wins among all Nascar drivers. Yet it only took half a lap in an Australian supercar around Mount Panorama to unleash his inner Snagglepuss. NOT THE CORKSCREW!