Tony Whitlock and Craig Revell discuss are joined by Tim Hodges (ABC Radio/Fox Sports) and Jorden Mulach (MotorsportM8 / The Supercar Collective) to look back at the 2018 season and how 2019 might be shaping up. 2019 Calendar and formats, should GC have been turned into a 500? Has moving Sandown to the end of the Pirtek Cup screwed up the Endurance Universe? Can the Mustang debut like the ZB did? If WAU develop the Camero, will T8 remain a Holden Team? Your thoughts on Nissan’s involvement in Supercars?
Tony Whitlock and Craig Revell discuss the final weekend of the year and look at the winners from the Supercars Awards Night. Craig Lowndes discusses 1996 and his entry into touring cars reflecting on the differences now.
John McGregor, Lowndes crew chief talks to Tony about his 8 years in Supercars and what it has been like working for Triple 8 and Craig Lowndes.
Jack LeBroq discusses being the best placed rookie in 2018, his thoughts after his first year and how he is preparing for 2019.
Matt Roberts is now the Team Manager for Tickford Racing, 13 years ago he was mechanic for Mark Winterbottom he talks about his feelings of Mark leaving the team and how they have grown up side by side in Motorsport.
Tony Whitlock and Craig Revell look at the McLaughlin – Van Gisbergen battle headed for Newcastle, meanwhile Jamie Whincup and Craig Lowndes will be having their own private battle for 3rd place in the Championship. And the Launch of Touring Car Racing Australia with a number of current and former Supercars Drivers.
Scott Pye discusses his best season in the Supercars Championship and how he is now balancing motor racing with his own media company.
Tim Blanchard talks about his retirement from full time racing, his highlights and what the future will hold for his driving career and his team.
Tony Whitlock and Craig Revell discuss the upcoming finale in Newcastle, Ryan Story (DJR Team Penske) provides an update on the progress of the Mustang following the teams two test days. He also discusses how the team is preparing for the Newcastle battle. Ryan also talks about the potential technical changes for 2019 and the likely hood of a 24 car grid.
20 years ago Bridgestone was announced as the sole tyre supplier to the Supercars Series, Kevin Fitzsimmons talks about what it was like to be part of the tender process and how it changed the sport.
Tony Whitlock and Craig Revell are joined by Tom Howard (Speedcafe.com) and Stefan Bartholomaeus (Supercars.com) to discuss the racing and drama on and off the track in New Zealand. Park in controversy, Wheel spin controversy, and should DJRTP have protested the decision?
Retirements and driver changes, with the futures of Winterbottom, Stanaway, Caruso and Holdsworth yet to be confirmed. DeSalvestro commits to Supercars n 2019. and Who could be stepping up to the big show?
Will Supercars run at 24 cars in 2019. How Hawkeye could improve supercars
Triple Eight teams champion – 9 times, can anyone ever challenge this?
Tony Whitlock and Craig Revell discuss the opportunity that drivers have with the retirement of Craig Lowndes and the reluctance of teams to remove their main driver, even when they are unwell.
Paul Marinelli, Alan Gow and Chris Jewel provide their perspective on what the landscape in Supercars will be like post Craig Lowndes and who is responsible for creating the next superstar driver, is it the Championship, the team or the driver?
Tony Whitlock and Craig Revell discuss drivers going international and the success they have achieved along with the recognition it give the Supercars Championship.
Adrian Burgess (Tekno Autosport) talks about his motor racing journey, how he came to Australia and his experiences in the Supercars paddock.
Mitch Croke is Nissan Motorsport decal expert, he discusses how he started in motor racing and what it is like to design and decal supercars for the various events across the season. He also talks about the work ahead rebranding the team to Kelly Motorsport.
Tony Whitlock and Craig Revell discuss the 2019 calendar and how the changes will set the stage for the 2020 revolution.
Vinnie Borgia (23 Red Racing) discusses how the transporter drivers will benefit from the calendar changes, how he started working at Supercars and what the difference is like now being in team land. He also talks about the emotion of taking 150 bales of hay to drought affected farmers.