Tom Worsley (Freelance), Peter Norton (Inside Motor Sport) and David McCowen (drive.com.au) look at how Supercar drivers and engineers are making an impression in world motor sport. Scott McLaughlin moves to DJR TP so what now for Gary Rogers Motorsport? and will Supercars leave Queensland?
Chad Neylon (Supercars Media) and Matt Naulty (Supercars Media) look at the similarities between Lee Holdsworth’s Darwin crash and that of Chaz Mostert at Bathurst. The Nissan victory proves that v8 engine is now on the pace, so would they want to move to a different platform in Gen 2. The Giz almost took the triple crown, how did he make the restart error? and did HRT improve?
This week, Inside Supercars continues the interview series, with Matt Braid from Supercars, on how the series is tracking from head offices point of view. Brad Jones (BJR) on how his team is able to succeed in these tough economic times and Phil Keed (DJR Team Penske) discusses his move north and how he is learning the Penske way.
With the championship on a mid season break, Inside Supercars talks to two of the leading team in the sport, Roland Dane (Triple 8 Race Engineering) and Dr Ryan Story (DJR/Team Penske). They discuss where their love of motorsport started, what they have thought of their teams performance so far and what they have thought of the Supercars transformation over the past 18 months and where it is heading in the future.
In a special report Charlie Schwerkolt has told Inside Supercars that his team needs to take control of their pit stops for it to be competitive in 2016. Lee Holdsworth, Dr Geoff Slater, and David Reynolds all talk about sharing a pit boom with another team. Matt Braid from Supercars explains why the rules will not be changed.