Chaz Mostert disqualified at Darwin Race 1

Mostert disqualified from Darwin opener

Walkinshaw Andretti United’s Chaz Mostert has been disqualified from Race 16 at Hidden Valley Raceway for a technical breach. The #25 Mobil 1 Optus Racing driver finished the first 38-lap affair at the Merlin Darwin Triple Crown in fourth behind Anton De Pasquale, Will Davison, and Shane van Gisbergen. Following the opening encounter, it was…

Mark Winterbottom racing for Team 18 at the 2022 Supercars Winton Test

Team 18 Car Sharing Proves Beneficial

Sharing Mark Winterbottom’s ZB Commodore during the Supercars test at Winton proved to be beneficial for Team 18 as both drivers reported back very similar feedback. Due to the severity of Scott Pye’s crash at Perth’s Wanneroo Raceway his car could not be repaired in time for the Winton test – this gave Team 18…

Team 18 driverScott Pye after hitting the wall during Race 2 at Wanneroo Raceway Supercars event

Pye and Winterbottom to share Winton Test

Team 18 will press forward with plans to test at Winton Motor Raceway on Tuesday 10 May, with Mark Winterbottom and Scott Pye to share driving duties in Winterbottom’s #18 IRWIN Racing Holden ZB Commodore. The team had originally targeted a full test day with both cars, however plans were adjusted following a major crash…

WAU confirms sensational Ford switch

Walkinshaw Andretti United will field Ford Mustangs when the Gen3 era begins in 2023. WAU will make a blockbuster switch from General Motors to the Blue Oval from next year. The switch was confirmed on Friday, less than a week after the fourth round in Perth. It is the most significant manufacturer move since Triple…

Davison confident about Supercars future

Will Davison is confident his solid 2020 form will help secure his future in Supercars with Dick Johnson Racing. While the Ford team is traditionally cagey about contract lengths, its understood that Davison is in the second of what was a two-year deal when he signed last year. It’s a good time for Davison to…

Waters livid with race changing penalty

Cameron Waters has cut a furious figure after a five-second penalty cost him victory in Race 11 at the Bunnings Trade Perth SuperNight. The Tickford Racing driver effectively led for the entire 46-lapper having beaten pole-sitter Will Davison to the first corner. Even after a red flag stoppage to conduct track repairs following Scott Pye’s…

Jack Le Brocq at the Supercars Perth SuperNight, Wanneroo Raceway

2022 Supercars Perth SuperNight

Supercars returns to Western Australia this weekend for the Perth SuperNight at Wanneroo Raceway. The trip west is the category’s first since 2019 after WA’s strict border protocols during the pandemic made it impossible for the event to go ahead in 2020 and 2021. With the border now open to the rest of the country…