Category: Supercars

Erebus leave Phillip Island after noise breach

Erebus Motorsport has been forced to leave the pre-season test early after its cars were deemed too noisy to take part at Phillip Island. The Melbourne squad’s cars of David Reynolds and Anton De Pasquale have continued to break the 95 decibel limit throughout the test. Officials warned the team on several occasions before the…



Refreshed livery for De Silvestro Altima

Kelly Racing has refreshed the look for Simona De Silvestro’s Harvey Norman-backed Nissan Altima for 2019. De Silvestro will continue to race in a black, white, and red machine, although the shades on the flanks of Car #78 have been reversed relative to last year’s livery. The 30-year-old Swiss driver embarks on her third full…



Tickford launch Supercheap Mustang

Chaz Mostert’s Supercheap Auto Racing entry will take on a revised look when the automotive retailer’s branding adorns a Ford Mustang Supercar for the first time. Tickford Racing has released images of the #55 Ford’s 2019 colours, showing a more streamlined livery stripped of the yellow which appeared on the 2018 version. There are new…



Supercars Looking global for future direction

Supercars is consulting with global touring car series as it edges closer to securing the future direction of its Next Generation cars, according to championship boss Sean Seamer. The series has been working behind the scenes on its look and feel beyond Gen2, with its next set of regulations expected to arrive in 2021. It…



DJR Team Penske uncovers Shell Mustangs

The Shell V-Power Racing Team has shown off the look which its Ford Mustangs will carry in the two-door’s maiden Virgin Australia Supercars Championship season. Defending Supercars champion Scott McLaughlin and team-mate Fabian Coulthard will race in largely unchanged red and white liveries, tweaked to fit the lines of the Mustang. The former will enjoy…



Monster Energy Tickford Mustang for 2019

Tickford Racing has unveiled the Monster Energy Ford Mustang that Cameron Waters will campaign in the 2019 Virgin Australia Supercars Championship. The Melbourne squad is the first to reveal the all-new Mustang Supercar in a full racing livery. A renewed deal with naming rights sponsor Monster Energy sees the familiar black and lime green colours…



Erebus Motorsport shows off 2019 car

Erebus Motorsport has uncovered its Penrite Racing Holden Commodores that will contest the 2019 Virgin Australia Supercars Championship. The Melbourne squad revealed its new look entries for David Reynolds and Anton De Pasquale during a launch event at Federation Square. As previously reported, Erebus will run under the banner of Penrite Racing after striking a…



Car gremlins for Whincup at QR shakedown

Jamie Whincup believes there are several items that need to be addressed on his new car and with Supercars’ latest ECU system following a shakedown at Queensland Raceway. The seven-time Supercars champion endured a lengthy shakedown as he debuted his brand new chassis while testing a new control ECU which is set to be used…



Mustang Supercar Launch

Ford Performance has launched the brand new Supercars-spec Mustang for the 2019 season. The Ford Performance Mustang launch marks the first look of the new racer without the camouflage paintwork used in testing. However this special livery won’t actually be raced, with the Ford team launches set to start with the Tickford-run 23Red Racing on…



Caruso breaks silence on Kelly Racing exit

Michael Caruso has broken his silence following his split with Kelly Racing ahead of the 2019 Supercars season. The 35-year-old’s future at the Braeside operation had been in doubt as the former Nissan factory squad looks to restructure following the loss of funding from the Japanese marque. Kelly Racing issued a brief statement confirming his…