Glen Holdsworth is no stranger to a race track, having race for many years, and more recently watching his two sons have success at various levels of the sport. Lee in 2019 made the switch to Tickford Racing, and Brett a longtime campaigner in the Commodore Cup has found his way from Nomex to Lycra.
This week, Craig Revell caught up with Gil Slade to hear how he was able to fun Tim’s racing career until he secured his main game seat, it is a fascinating story. Later, we hear from an engineer who had a very rare experience, a year off. Phil Keed return to the championship this year with Team 18 and we found out about that year and his view of the championship in 2019.
This week, Tony Whitlock and Craig Revell we continue our series with Fathers of the Supercars stars with Sam De Pasquale whose son Anton is fast becoming one of the hottest properties on the driver market. Then later, we hear from Romy Mayer, the German Engineer who has just experienced her first season as the Team Manager for Triple 8 Race Engineering’s Super2 program. And Former Kelly Racing Technical Director Scott Sinclair and now independent Supercars Commissioner on his thoughts about leaving the Altima in the garage in 2020 and what next for the Kelly Racing Team with the Mustang.
This week, Tony Whitlock and Craig Revell discuss the changes at DJR Team Penske Enduro line up, Holden retiring the Commodore and Steven Richards decision to not race Supercars. Tony commences the 2019 Fathers Series speaking to a Father who at one stage had two sons racing against each other in the Supercars Championship, Richard Davison.
This week, Tony Whitlock and Craig Revell discuss the driver movements of the past week, Betty Klimenko (Erebus Motorsport) Roland Dane (Red Bull Holden Racing Team) and Brad Jones (BJR) all provide their state of the Supercars Nation, and what the engagement is like across the sport. Garry Rogers gives his final thoughts on the team in 2019, Simona De Silvestro, Todd Hazelwood and Garry Jacobson reflect on their seasons. David Couchi discusses his year and the upcoming VCAT testing.
This week, Tony Whitlock and Craig Revell reflect on Newcastle and the end of a controversial year in Supercars. Scott McLaughlin talks about what this Championship means to him, Ryan Story reflects on what it means to the team, Bryce Fullwood celebrates his Dunlop Super2 success and Tyler Everingham the Mike Kable Young Gun talks about his rookie year in the series.
Jordan Mulach (Touring Car Times) and Lachlan Mansel (Chequered Flag Media) discuss the year that was, What will be the legacy of the controversy and the end of Tim Slade, Richie Stanaway, James Golding and Simona De Silvestro in the Supercars Main Game.
This week, Tony Whitlock and Craig Revell look forward to the Newcastle decider, discuss the Super2 new prize pool. Young Drivers who are working their way to the main game. Matt Stone gives his thoughts on Jamie Whincup’s appointment to the Supercars Commission. Tim Edwards (Tickford Racing) and Barry Ryan (Erebus Motorsport) provide their opinion on Supercars plans to re-homologate the Mustang and Commodore at the end of the season. Andre Heimgartner talks about Kelly Racing’s move to the Mustang and his continued involvement with the team. Anton De Pasquale discusses last weekend’s S5000 outing.
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.