Tony Whitlock and Craig Revell are joined by Mark Fogarty (Auto Action/Supercar Extra) and John Bannon (Supercar Extra) to preview the Bathurst 1000, will Triple 8 continue its Sandown Form? Are DJRTP able to respond to challenge set by Triple 8? Can Reynolds/Youlden & Erebus defend their Bathurst crown? and could we see some new faces on the podium?
Barry Ryan (Erebus) discusses returning to the Mountain as the defending champions.
Tony Whitlock and Craig Revell wrap up the Sandown 500. Roland Dane (Triple 8 Race Engineering) discuss the dominance of his team last weekend. Paul Dumbrell (Red Bull Holden Racing Team) reflects on his victory at Sandown, and how he is considering his future as a driver.
Erebus Motorsport Shannen Keily and Bruin Beasley discuss the logistics of re-badging their cars as the Graeme Bailey Chickadee Chicken cars for the Retro Round.
href=”http://audio.voxnest.com/stream/bc75dda544e94259a021c20552606b16/www.sportradio.com.au/audio/ISC/ISC197.mp3″>Click here to listen </a>- Show 197 – Cameron Waters and Nick Ryan.
Tony Whitlock and Craig Revell speak with Sandown 500 defending champion Cameron Waters, about heading back to a track where he has tasted the ultimate success, what it has been like in Tickford Racing this year when things have not gone as well as they had hoped. Waters also talked about some of the adventures his major sponsor Monster Energy have taken him on across the world.
Nick Ryan, General Manager of Nissan Motorsport discusses the work the team is already doing to migrate back to Kelly Racing in 2019. He also discusses the possible format and calendar changes for the year ahead.
Mark Dutton (Triple 8 Race Engineering) discusses the challenges of preparing a team for a new circuit, and how they are responding to the DJR Team Penske performance.
David Russell (Tickford Racing) and Warren Luff (Walkinshaw Andretti United) discuss life out of the main game, and the challenges of being a co-driver during the pivotal point of the Supercars Championship.
Tony Whitlock and Craig Revell ask the question, does Supercars need to limit enduros to 3 races of is there an opportunity in the current review of the calendar to move away from cookie cutter formats, and have races match the circuit not they type of circuit.
Click here to listen – Show 195 – The Bend, Roland Dane and NASCAR
Tony Whitlock returns to wrap up the weekend at The Bend Motorsport Park. Roland Dane speaks to Craig Revell about his teams performance, how the new management of Supercars is fitting in, and what are some of the mistakes of the past that should not be repeated.
Tom Howard (Speedcafe.com) and Craig Revell speak with Steve O’Donnell NASCAR executive vice president and chief racing development officer about his thoughts on his visit to Talem Bend and Supercars.
Click here to listen – Show 194 – Nick Percat and Todd Hazelwood
Inside Supercars speak to Nick Percat (Brad Jones Racing) and Todd Hazelwood (Matt Stone Racing) about heading to The Bend this weekend.
Percat talks about how he became a Walkinshaw Performance driver, when he and his family had decided that they did not have the budget to continue in Aussie Racing Cars. He also discusses how the series is lining up the next Craig Lowndes.
Hazelwood discusses the decision of Matt Stone Racing to move back to the VF Commodore, and what a fanbase can do for your racing career.
Click here to listen – Show 193 – UnSocial Media and Terry Whyhoon
Inside Supercars speak to Craig Lowndes (Lowndes Autobarn Racing), Shannen Kiely (Erebus Motorsport), Mitch Robinson (Tickford Racing), and Ryan Walkinshaw (Walkinshaw Andretti United) about how they manage the negative side of social media.
Terry Whyhoon talks about his life in Motorsport, from dirt track speedway, to the Thunderdome then to Supercars and how he started Image Racing.
Stefan Bartholomaeus (Supercars.com) and Andrew van Leeuwen (Motorsport.com) discuss the SuperNight300 and what the event achieved for Supercars. Where to next for night racing in the Supercars Series? What should Supercars focus on, increasing crowds or more format diversity or does one fuel the other? Does the series still need the compulsory pit stops? and how can Supercars improve the promotion of the sport on Free to Air television?
We also speak to all the teams about their preference for television coverage, all free to air or continuing the Pay TV / Free to Air mix.