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…



Ricciardo admits to frustration over Mercedes and Ferrari F1 snubs

Daniel Ricciardo has revealed his frustrations at missing out on a potential move to either Mercedes or Ferrari for the 2019 Formula 1 season. The Australian was linked with both Mercedes and Ferrari as he weighed up his F1 future during the last year of his Red Bull contract before ultimately opting to sign for…



Haas unveil F1 livery for 2019

It’s the moment you’ve all been waiting for – the first look at a 2019 Formula 1 car, with Haas unveiling their new livery for the forthcoming season. And, as expected, the American team have opted to switch things around this year by bringing the black-and-gold theme back to F1… They unveiled the fresh colour…



XP Falcon: Aussie Original

An extraordinary one-make car race was run in the You Yangs west of Melbourne over nine days in April-May 1965, not that it was ever intended to be a race! If the XP Falcon durability run seemed borderline unbelievable at the time, the passing of half a century makes it seem plain incredible, especially when…



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…



Ferrari reveal four simulator drivers for 2019

Brendon Hartley, Pascal Wehrlein, Antonio Fuoco and Davide Rigon have been named as Ferrari’s simulator drivers for 2019. Ferrari needed new recruits after Antonio Giovinazzi secured a full-time race seat with Sauber and Daniil Kvyat sealed a return to the grid with Toro Rosso. Sebastian Vettel had previously said he was confident the Scuderia would…



McLaren, not Norris, responsible for recovery

McLaren insist they won’t be undue pressure on Lando Norris with Zak Brown saying it is up to McLaren to take responsibility for the team’s recovery. Swapping to Renault power in 2018, much was expected from McLaren. Although the team scored double the points from the previous season, they fell short of the podium, never…



Grid penalty costs Aston Martin pole

The GruppeM Mercedes-AMG will start the 2019 Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour from first position after a grid penalty spoiled Jake Dennis’ huge effort in the lead R-Motorsport Aston Martin. Dennis reeled out a 2:02.4946s as last man out in the Pirelli Top 10 Shootout, putting him a full 0.4402s faster than the rest of the…