This week, Tim Hodges (Fox Sport/ABC Radio/ Balls and Bumpers) Peter Norton (Inside Motor Sport / Supercars Magazine) and Daniel Herrero (Speedcafe.com) join Tony Whitlock and Craig Revell to discuss what will it mean to not have the Sandown 500 anymore (again). Is Retro Round a good or bad promotion? How can Supercars fix the Safety Car issues? How many drivers do you think will not make it to next year? Can Scott claim the title this weekend?
Mark Dutton (Red Bull Holden Racing Team) talks about how Triple Eight has been able to successfully respond to the challengers over the years.
Macauley Jones discusses how a second year in the Supercars Main Game will allow him to build on what has been a rough and tumble first year in the championship.
This week, Tony Whitlock speaks to Todd Kelly on team ownership in 2019, 2020 and beyond. Jamie Whincup discusses becoming a Supercars Commissioner. Brad Jones talks about his success in the Pirtek Pitstop competition and Dr Geoff Slater discusses his first year in the United States. They also discuss the Crashes and winners at the Gold Coast 600.
This week, Inside Supercars looks at how the Motorsport Media landscape has changed over the last 10 years. With the start of Speedcafe.com motorsport journalism was transformed. Brett Murray and Grant Rowley talk about how they set the wheels in motion. Gordon Lomas, Stefan Bartholomaeus and Tom Howard discuss how they worked through the new 24/7 news cycle. Andrew Van Leeuwen (Motorsport.com) and Mark Fogarty (Auto Action) provide their perspective on the new Media world and how they have managed the transition. Roland Dane, Barry Rogers and Brad Jones all reflect on their frustrations of how their sport is reported.
Tony Whitlock and Craig Revell look back at another Bathurst thriller. They speak to Scott McLaughlin, Alex Premat and Ludo Lacriox along with Alexander Rossi and crew members from Andretti Autosport Jason Weatherford and George Sladky who came Down Under to experience Supercars. Phil Munday talks about his season and the Sydney team. Finally Wayne McLaughlin talks about his son’s achievements.
Tony Whitlock and Craig Revell discuss Mark Fogarty’s Auto Action exclusive of a Sydney Team to be established in Supercars. James Hinchcliffe and Alexander Rossi meet some Aussie locals and discuss their preparation for this weekends Bathurst 1000. Scott Pye and Warren Luff discuss their plans to go one better this weekend after finishing 2nd last year.
Andrew Van Leeuwen (Motorsport.com) and Stefan Bartholomaeus (Supercars.com) preview the “all or nothing” Bathurst 1000 and provide their own box trifecta for what could be the most competitive race in years.
Tony Whitlock and Craig Revell discuss the Bathurst testing and Triple 8’s Brock tribute livery. We continue the longest team member series this week with Tickford Racing’s Matt Roberts. We alos speak to Thomas Randle who is preparing for his first Bathurst 1000.00:0044:57
Tony Whitlock and Craig Revell look at the continuing Safetycar gate drama and how the apologies stack up. Joe Sullivan is the longest serving member of Garry Rogers Motorsport, he reflects on his time in the sport and how he now drives the team across the country. We also look at how ethical the media is in Australian Motor Sport following AutoAction’s Mark Fogarty publishing an open letter asking why the sport has so much disdain for those who cover it.
Tony Whitlock and Craig Revell discuss Safetycar Gate, Scott and Shane dominate the NZ Weekend.
Shane Van Gisbergen talks about winning the JR Trophy for a second time, heading to China this weekend to race GT’s and what he thinks about the S5000’s.
Inside Supercars continues it series of interviews with the longest serving members of the paddock, this week with Dunlop formally Bridgestone Tyre Guru Kevin Fitzsimons, from working on his brothers car to providing the rubber to Australia’s greatest touring car drivers.
David Reynolds talks about why he has done a 10 year contract with Erebus and why he wants the Pirtek Cup Hard Charger award.
Tony Whitlock and Craig Revell discuss the aero changes to the Holden, NAPA joins the Bathurst Wildcard, and Bathurst to start later than ever.
Inside Supercars starts a series of interviews with the longest serving members of various teams kicking off this week with Nuri Peterson (Triple Eight Race Engineering) Financial Comptroller, HR Manager and EA to Roland Dane. Jason Briggs, once of the original members of the team, who was part of Briggs Motorsport before Triple Eight took over. And finish with the newest member of the team Dayne Warren their eSeries driver who will kick off the 2019 championship in two weeks time.