Show 218 – Bathurst 12 Hour Supercars Wrap Up

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This week, Tony Whitlock and Craig Revell look back at another amazing Bathurst 12 Hour, and speak to a number of the Supercars and former Supercars drivers who had their ups and downs across the weekend, including Chaz Mostert, Lee Holdsworth, Todd Hazelwood, David Russell, Dean Fiore, and Maro Engel.

Porsche Victory at the Liqui Moly Bathurst 12HR, in Bathurst, Australia, February 03, 2019.

Show 217 – Robert Van Gisbergen

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Robert Van Gisbergen was a petrol head, so it was no surprise when his son wanted to follow in his footsteps, but perhaps pursuing a career on tarmac wasn’t the obvious choice, considering Robert’s Rallying and speedway career.

Inside Supercars – Show 216 – Fathers Series – John Blanchard

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A family legacy is difficult to live up too, John Blanchard understood better than most what would be ahead of his Son, Tim when he decided to start racing. Now that Tim’s full time career is over John has been able to reflect on the experience.

Show 215 – Fathers Series – Mick Caruso

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Motor Sport brings together people from all background and walks of life, Tony Whitlock continues our series of Drivers father’s this week with Mick Caruso. Mick Caruso talks not only about his son’s racing career, but his own time behind the wheel.

Show 214 – Fathers Series – Eddy Mostert

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Tony Whitlock continues our series of Drivers father’s this week with Eddy Mostert. You often see him at the back of the garage cheering on his son, but there is a lot more to the story of how they made it to the Supercars Championship, and we explore what it is like to see your Son have a horrific crash at Bathurst.

Show 213 – Fathers Series – Dick Johnson

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Tony Whitlock commences a series of discussions with Fathers of Supercars drivers, kicking it off with Dick Johnson, looking at 2018 for DJR Team Penske, Steven heading to his 2nd Touring Car Masters victory and his the 16 years Steven was in the Supercars series.

Show 212 – Technical Changes

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Tony Whitlock discusses the future of the Supercars Technical Department with David Stuart reflecting on his time in the chair and Adrian Burgess speaking about how he is looking at taking on the Technical Role.

Brodie Kostecki talks about his Super 2 season, with 3 victories and 5th place overall.

Show 211 – Nissan End, Team 18 Changes and WAU review 2018

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Tony Whitlock talks to Ian Morellan from Nissan on how they view their involvement in Supercars. Charlie Schwerkolt discusses the transition to Irwin Racing. Ryan Walkinshaw looks back on the first year of the Walkinshaw Andretti United partnership.

Show 210 – Munday to Tickford, Slater to Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing

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Tony Whitlock talks to Phil Munday about his teams move into the Tickford family and how he is involved in the production of the Mustang panels.

Dr Geoff Slater discusses his move to the USA to join the Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing team to work on their Weathertech Sportscar program.

Show 209 – Season Review

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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?