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MSR fined $5000 for flying water canister

Matt Stone Racing copped a $5000 fine for a pitstop incident during today's Supercars race that sent a water canister flying.

Revealed: How van Gisbergen's driverless burnout worked

A missing driving boot is the secret behind the wild driverless burnout that Shane van Gisbergen orchestrated in Adelaide.

Adelaide Supercars: Feeney wins, SVG penalised

Broc Feeney farewelled Holden from Supercars with a maiden race win in Adelaide while a thrilling charge from Shane van Gisbergen was undone by a penalty.

Why van Gisbergen wasn't kicked out of the Shootout

Supercars stewards have explained why Shane van Gisbergen was allowed to take part in the Top 10 Shootout in Adelaide after a speeding infringement in qualifying.

Repco extends major Supercars deal

Repco has extended its naming rights backing of both Supercars and the Bathurst 1000.

Adelaide Supercars: De Pasquale beats Davison to pole

Anton De Pasquale denied teammate Will Davison in the Top 10 Shootout for the second Supercars race in Adelaide.

Van Gisbergen escapes Shootout penalty

Shane van Gisbergen escaped a brush with disqualification from the Shootout in Adelaide after a speeding incident.

Ford's parting message to Holden

Ford Australia has farewelled its long-time rival Holden on what is the former GM product's final day in Supercars.

Adelaide Supercars: Waters leads Sunday qualifying

Cam Waters will run last in the Top 10 Shootout on the streets of Adelaide after topping Supercars qualifying.

Courtney details nightmare Adelaide build-up

James Courtney has detailed a nightmare lead-in to the Adelaide 500 that saw his youngest son undergo surgery a week out from the event.

Adelaide Supercars: Mostert leads emotional Walkinshaw one-two

Chaz Mostert made a perfect start to Holden's final weekend in Supercars, leading a Walkinshaw one-two in Adelaide.

Reynolds disqualified from Adelaide Shootout

David Reynolds has been kicked out of the Top 10 Shootout in Adelaide due to a technical breach.

Adelaide Supercars: Waters grabs Saturday pole

Cam Waters stormed to pole in Saturday's Top 10 Shootout in Adelaide while Chaz Mostert slumped to eight on the grid.

Supercars wanted Shootout leniency

Supercars says it wanted Thomas Randle to be allowed to take part in the Top 10 Shootout in Adelaide but was blocked by race officials.

Randle explains hard Adelaide hit

Thomas Randle has taken full responsibility for the heavy practice hit that has jeopardised his Saturday at the Adelaide 500.

Adelaide Supercars: Randle crash cuts practice short

Chaz Mostert topped a third and final Supercars practice session in Adelaide that was cut short by a Thomas Randle crash.

Bathurst start ban being considered by Supercars

Supercars is considering banning teams from letting co-drivers start the Bathurst 1000.

ADAC completes takeover of DTM from ITR

The ADAC has reached an agreement to take over brand rights to the DTM and promote the championship from 2023.

Sneak peek of Supercars visor cam

Visor cam made its first appearance in Supercars today during the qualifying broadcast for the Adelaide 500.

Adelaide Supercars: Provisional pole for Mostert, van Gisbergen last

Chaz Mostert scored provisional pole in Adelaide while Shane van Gisbergen will start the first race from dead last.

Supercars outlines Singapore GP plan

Supercars will revisit a support slot at the Singapore Grand Prix in 2024 after plans for 2023 fell short.

Adelaide Supercars: Van Gisbergen tops Practice 2

Shane van Gisbergen topped the second Supercars practice session on the streets of Adelaide.

Supercars responds to Gen3 parity concerns

Supercars has defended its homologation processes in the face of concerns from Ford regarding parity between the Gen3 cars.

Grove Racing number switch for Supercars 2023

Grove Racing's Supercars rookie Matt Payne will race with the number #19 for the 2023 Supercars season.

Supercars Gen3 parity work ongoing

Supercars is continuing work on paritising and homologating its new Gen3 cars amid discontent from Ford.

Adelaide Supercars: Randle tops shortened first practice

Thomas Randle topped a crash-shortened opening Supercars practice session for the Adelaide 500.

AFL coach named Dick Johnson Racing CEO

Former Australian Rules Football player and coach David Noble has been named CEO of Dick Johnson Racing.

2022 Supercars Adelaide 500 – Start time, how to watch, channel & more

The revived Adelaide 500 closes out the 2022 Supercars season this weekend.

Morgan joins BMW squad WSR for 2023 BTCC season

Long-time British Touring Car Championship privateer Adam Morgan has finally joined the ranks of the big teams by linking up with official BMW squad West Surrey Racing for 2023.

Berger dissolves ITR as DTM-ADAC talks continue for 2023

Gerhard Berger is dissolving DTM’s parent body ITR as the championship continues to negotiate a potential sale to German automobile club ADAC.

Ranking the top 10 drivers of DTM 2022

The 2022 DTM was a closely-fought affair that kept observers guessing until the final throes at Hockenheim, with the leading proponents from three different brands in contention. Here are the drivers who impressed the most

2022 Supercars Adelaide 500 session times and preview Adelaide
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2022 Supercars Adelaide 500 session times and preview

The Adelaide 500 roars back into life this weekend, two years after it was pronounced dead by the South Australian government.

Tickford Supercars switch for Morrow, Vaughan

Elly Morrow and Brad Vaughan will join an expanded Tickford Racing line-up for the 2023 Super2 season.

Famous Holden livery revived for Adelaide

Walkinshaw Andretti United will send off the Holden brand with a 1990s-inspired livery for this weekend's Adelaide 500.

Thiim targeting "proper" DTM shot in 2023 with Aston Martin

GT racing star Nicki Thiim wants to have a “proper” assault on the DTM in 2023 with Aston Martin after an ill-fated attempt with Lamborghini this year that ended after just two rounds.

Number 1 returns to Supercars grid

The number 1 will return to the Supercars grid for the first time in four years this weekend as part of a Holden tribute from Triple Eight.

Ciceley Motorsport exits BTCC after 10 years

Race-winning British Touring Car Championship team Ciceley Motorsport has called time on its involvement in the series after 10 years.

WTCR Saudi Arabia: Azcona crowned champion as series comes to a close

Mikel Azcona clinched the 2022 World Touring Car Cup title in the season finale in Saudi Arabia, as the long-running tin-top championship came to a close.

DTM champion van der Linde wants 'bucket list' Bathurst outing

BMW driver Sheldon van der Linde wants to tick off the Bathurst 12 Hour from his bucket list after winning the 2022 DTM title with the new M4 GT3.

Which generation will be the biggest winners of Supercars' Gen3 shake-up?

The shift to new Gen3 cars that provide less downforce in 2023 is set to pose a significant challenge to teams and drivers in Supercars. But will series veterans or the paddock's young guns adapt best to the changes?

DTM and ADAC in talks over 2023 collaboration, sale rumoured

DTM and ADAC are in dialogue with a view to collaborate on a number of areas in 2023, and a potential sale of DTM is also being rumoured.

Details of TCR World Tour's Australian swing emerge

Details of the two-round Australian swing for the TCR World Tour are beginning to emerge.

Supercars wants New Zealand return in 2024

Supercars says it has "every intention" to return a New Zealand round to its schedule as soon as 2024.

Supercars announces 12-round 2023 calendar

Supercars has officially announced a 12-round calendar for the 2023 season.

2023 Supercars schedule sparks controversy

The unveiling of the 2023 Supercars calendar has sparked controversy, with Motorsport Australia left blindsided by a date clash.

Supercars to debut visor cam in 2023

Supercars will incorporate visor cam footage to its TV broadcast from 2023 onwards.

Holden tribute liveries for WAU, Triple Eight

Famous Holden squads Walkinshaw Andretti United and Triple Eight will sport farewell liveries for the brand at the Supercars finale in Adelaide next week.

WRT shuts down 2023 DTM entry rumours with BMW

WRT has no plans to be on the 2023 DTM grid despite rumours linking the Belgian squad with a potential return to the championship, according to team principal Vincent Vosse.

Boost planning three-round Supercars wildcard assault

Richie Stanaway could be on the Newcastle grid next March in a Boost Mobile Camaro as part of a three-round wildcard programme.

Hill confirmed at MSR for 2023 Supercars
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Hill confirmed at MSR for 2023 Supercars

Matt Stone Racing has confirmed that Cameron Hill will join its line-up for the 2023 Supercars season.

Clean racing critical for Supercars Gen3 transition

Clean racing early in the 2023 Supercars season will be critical to a successful Gen3 transition, says Team 18 manager Bruin Beasley.

The hidden benefit to Supercars Gen3 test delay

The delay to the Gen3 testing programme could provide a spicy start to the 2023 Supercars season, according to Tickford boss Tim Edwards.

Gen3 Supercars won't test until late January

Supercars teams won't test their new Gen3 cars until the end of January – just over a month out from the start of the 2023 season.

BRT lands top Porsche talent for Supercars

Blanchard Racing Team wants to turn top Porsche talent Aaron Love into the next big thing in Supercars.

Waters samples wild open-wheeler

Supercars star Cam Waters sampled a wild Australian-made open-wheeler a Winton last weekend.

Bathurst first confirmed track for TCR World Tour

The famous Mount Panorama circuit is the first venue confirmed for the new-for-2023 TCR World Tour.

Ricciardo won't rule out Supercars cameo

Daniel Ricciardo has left the door ajar for a Supercars cameo next season, while re-iterating that Formula 1 remains his priority.

How BMW's new "freestyle" flagbearers swept to 2022 DTM glory

BMW secured its first DTM title since 2016 with a team new to the series and a brand-new car. Impeccable preparation meant Schubert Motorsport got out of the blocks quickly and with Sheldon van der Linde delivering the goods behind the wheel, it was the South African who came out on top after a tense final weekend at Hockenheim

McLaughlin turned down Supercars Gen3 test

Scott McLaughlin has revealed that he turned down an offer from Supercars to test a Gen3 prototype.

McLaughlin not holding grudges ahead of Supercars return

Any lingering tension with rivals will take a back seat for Scott McLaughlin when he makes his proper return to the Supercars paddock in Adelaide.