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V8 Supercars: Bathurst 1000 – First Bathurst wins for Winterbottom, Ford

Mark Winterbottom (Pepsi Max Crew FPR, Ford) won his first Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000, beating Jamie Whincup (Red Bull Racing Australia, Holden) to the finish line by 0.47 sec. Winterbottom and co-driver Steven Richards also delivered FPR its first Bathurst win. Ford had announced its continued support of the team the day before. The win was Richards’ third at Bathurst.   “Today was just unbelievable,” said Winterbottom. “The way the race unfolded and to win it ...

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V8 Supercars: Winton – Nissan rises; Winterbottom, Courtney also win

Jamie Whincup (Red Bull Racing Australia, Holden) was on the poll for Saturday’s split 60/60-km race of the Winton 360 in Victoria. Michael Caruso, however, qualified his Nissan Norton Hornets machine into P2, a new high for the Altima. Both drivers held their positions through Lap 1, followed by James Moffat (Norton Hornets, Nissan), Mark Winterbottom (Pepsi Max Crew FPR, Ford), and Shane van Gisbergen (Team TEKNO, Holden). Whincup suffered a mechanical failure on Lap 10, moving Caruso t...

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V8 Supercars Race 16: Austin 400 – Whincup makes it 3

  With Craig Lowndes (Red Bull Racing Australia, Holden) having retired early from qualifying and lining up in P12, Garth Tander (Holden Racing Team) and Jason Bright (Team BOC, Holden) line up to start this race behind Lowndes’ teammate Jamie Whincup and Race 15 winner Fabian Coulthard (Lockwood Racing, Holden). Shane van Gisbergen (TEKNO Team VIP, Holden) took P4 from Bright during Lap 3. A safety car came out during Lap 5, following contact between Scott McLaughlin (Fujitsu Racin...

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V8 Supercars: Austin 400 - Race 16 qualifying; Tander breaks into Top 3

Jamie Whincup (Red Bull Racing Australia) took the pole once again, driving his Holden to a best lap of 1:31.9948. Whincup took the spot on his final trip around the track, and did the bulk of his work in Sector 3, having not put up the best time in either of the prior two sectors. Fabian Coulthard (Lockwood Racing, Holden) will start Race 16 next to Whincup on the front row. Whincup’s teammate Craig Lowndes had to pit before the end of the session, leaving him at P12 on the grid with a t...

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Australian V8 Supercars: Whincup rules Perth

Three-time V8 Supercar Champion Jamie Whincup (Red Bull Racing Australia, Holden) won both Sunday races at the Chill Perth 360, reinforcing the championship lead he took Saturday. He won the first race of the day over Team BOC's Jason Bright (Holden) and Pepsi Max Crew's Mark Winterbottom (Ford). He scored the double in by beating teammate Craig Lowndes with Bright third. Whincup’s focus now turns to the series US debut at the Circuit of the Americas, May 17-19. "Going to Texas is going t...

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Australian V8 Supercars: Bright shines in Auckland

APP, with additional reporting by Chris Smith Jason Bright (Holden) took the Jason Richards Memorial Trophy as best overall driver of the weekend home to Brad Jones Racing after winning the fourth and final race of V8 Supercars ITM 400 Auckland. The trophy is named in honor of the Kiwi V8 driver who died from cancer in 2011. Bright was a close friend and former teammate of Richards at BJR and was choked with emotion after stepping out of his Commodore. Richards’ wife, Charlotte, presente...

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Australian V8 Supercars: Coulthard tames Tasmania

By APP (additional editing, Chris Smith) A spectacular 160 kph head-on crash almost brought an end to the final race of the V8 Supercars round at Symmons Plains, Tasmania, before Fabian Coulthard (Team BOC and Lockwood Racing Holden Commodore, former F1 driver David Coulthard’s second cousin) broke through for his second win of the weekend on Sunday.  The incident happened when young Commodore driver Scott Pye's (Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport, ekol Racing) brakes failed and he speared i...

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