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Penalising DJR Team Penske with monetary fines for its Bathurst breaches is "a waste of time" according to Triple Eight boss Roland Dane.
Triple Eight will analyse what it believes was a 'self-inflicted' suspension failure on Shane van Gisbergen's car in the closing stages of the Sandown 500.
Scott McLaughlin has been crowned the 2019 Supercars Champion, as Jamie Whincup and Craig Lowndes won the Sandown 500 in dramatic circumstances.
Supercars driving standards advisor Craig Baird admits his decision to penalise Anton De Pasquale during today's Sandown heat race was wrong.
Jamie Whincup and Craig Lowndes will start the 2019 Sandown 500 from pole position thanks to a dominant Whincup performance in the second heat race.
Triple Eight has decided not to use a Formula 1-style steering wheel for this weekend's Sandown 500, after it was trialled by Jamie Whincup and Craig Lowndes in Friday practice.
Shane van Gisbergen was one of the first on the scene after Scott McLaughlin's "shocking" crash on the Gold Coast.
Jamie Whincup wrote a detailed letter to Supercars team owners promising that he wouldn't simply be a mouthpiece for Roland Dane if elected to the Supercars Commission.
Garth Tander isn't convinced by claims from Bathurst winner Scott McLaughlin that the Safety Car controversy had no affect on the potential outcome of the race.
Scott McLaughlin set a new Mount Panorama benchmark in final pre-qualifying practice for the Bathurst 1000, as Jamie Whincup ended the session in the wall.
Triple Eight will run a Holden Dealer Team-inspired livery on its Commodores at the 2019 Bathurst 1000.
Confederation of Australian Motor Sport CEO Eugene Arocca has labelled Jamie Whincup's Pukekohe outburst as "disgraceful", and is not ruling out a race suspension as punishment.
The Bathurst 1000 would have been a "non-event" for the Holden teams if not for the aero update made to the Commodore, says Triple Eight team manager Mark Dutton.
Jamie Whincup will be issued a letter asking him to explain his explosive post-race comments about Supercars officials to the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport.
Triple Eight team manager Mark Dutton has called for Supercars officials to investigate its Safety Car procedure off the back of Sunday's chaotic race at Pukekohe.