Category: V8 SuperCars

Sandown Crash; Tony Hazelwood Walks Away After Tumbling Into Wall

Sandown Crash; Tony Hazelwood Walks Away After Tumbling Into Wall

A horror crash on the final lap of the ARMOR ALL race for Grid 1 in Sandown 500 this afternoon had everyone on edge as the Commodore of Tony Hazelwood hit the fence at 260km/h. Fortunately Hazelwood walked away which is testament to the durability and design of the V8 Supercars and the barrier ability to dissipate speed and brute […]

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Holden Reveal their Commodore Supercars Concept

Holden Reveal their Commodore Supercars Concept

The next-generation Holden Commodore Supercars Concept has been revealed and will hit the track at selected rounds of next year’s season. Holden is seeking approval for its next-generation Holden Commodore Supercars racer to enter selected rounds of the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship in 2018. Holden released these computer-generated images yesterday. “What an incredible-looking race car, it carries on the tradition […]

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Massive Smash at Winton for the Touring Car Masters

Massive Smash at Winton for the Touring Car Masters

A massive smash at the Touring Car Masters at Winton Raceway yesterday saw the race stopped and a large number of cars crashed out on Turn 2! The A9X Torana of Jason Gomersal lost control and spun after an attempt to recover failed, and crashed into the Falcon Coupe of Eddie Abelnica before bouncing into Mark King’s Chevy Camaro. All […]

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Van Gisbergen wins Clipsal 500

Van Gisbergen wins Clipsal 500

Shane van Gisbergen has dominated the Clipsal 500 over the weekend to end up on the podium of the season opener and in good contention for the Virgin Australia Supercars (VASC) drivers’ championship . When we say dominance, it’s not just for the race itself but also in practice where Van Gisbergen was fastest of the pack to qualify, in the shoot-outs […]

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A Bad-Ass Ford Mustang 302 Racing Development Edition

A Bad-Ass Ford Mustang 302 Racing Development Edition

An excellent video on the evolution of Trans AM and the importance of the incredibly bad-ass Mustang 302 in the development of the Ford Racing Parts program in 1970! Including the startup of Karcraft to provide the parts required. If you enjoyed this video and want to see more, follow Muscle Car of the Week at their Facebook Page and Twitter feed!

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