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Marcos Ambrose

Marcos Ambrose

Marcos Ambrose could be a NASCAR Sprint Cup winner at the end of this weekend, if all the planets can finally align for him. He tells Speedcafe.com readers how he will right his past wrongs Read More

Adrian Burgess

Adrian Burgess

Having made the switch from Jim Beam Racing to TeamVodafone in the off-season, Adrian Burgess is looking increasingly like a two-time champion Read More

Dean Fiore

Dean Fiore

Dean Fiore currently sits 24th in the V8 Supercars Championship. It's nothing to write home about, but the West Australian is not hanging his head low Read More

Chris Atkinson

Chris Atkinson

Chris Atkinson has sampled a V8 Supercar for the first time. Speedcafe.com grabbed him for a chat after his first taste of V8 power Read More

Tim Miles

Tim Miles

Tim Miles acted as corporate advisors to the V8 Supercars teams and SEL during the sale process, eventually netting a sale in excess of $300 million to Archer Capital. Speedcafe.com spoke to him ... Read More

Warren Luff

Warren Luff

Warren Luff will take a break from his duties as Gulf Western Oil Racing's V8 Supercars driver to race alongside Craig Lowndes at the Nurburgring this month Read More

Kim Jones

Kim Jones

Brad Jones Racing took its first main series V8 Supercars Championship win at Barbagallo Raceway – and brought home a wrecked car. Kim Jones spoke to Speedcafe.com about his whirlwind weekend Read More

Dr Carl Le

Dr Carl Le

Dr Carl Le has been the medical delegate since 2008. He is the man responsible for taking care of the drivers in the event of an emergency or on-track accident. Speedcafe spoke to him Read More

Ross Stone

Ross Stone

Speedcafe.com caught up with Ross Stone for a chat about Shane van Gisbergen's first V8 win, Perth, his other two cars and the future of Alex Davison at his team ... Read More

Mark Winterbottom

Mark Winterbottom

In a unique Cafe Chat, FPR driver Paul Dumbrell grabbed Speedcafe.com's dictaphone and interview his Ford team-mate Mark Winterbottom ... Read More

Scott Pedder

Scott Pedder

Speedcafe.com spoke to new ARC CEO Scott Pedder about how manufacturers and current competitors will benefit from the new direction of the ARC Read More

Fabian Coulthard

Fabian Coulthard

Fabian Coulthard is a man flying under the radar in 2011. Speedcafe.com spoke to him about his consistent and solid start to the V8 Supercars Championship Read More

Michael Caruso

Michael Caruso

Fujitsu Racing's Michael Caruso entered the Clipsal 500 sixth in the V8 Supercars Championship after a strong round in Abu Dhabi. While his team-mate Lee Holdsworth once again proved to be a pace-setter on the Adelaide streets, Caruso struggled, dropping eight spots on the points table. Speedcafe.com's Grant Rowley caught up with Caruso to find out what went wrong. Read More

Jean Todt

Jean Todt

After a famed career in motorsport as a co-driver in rallying, and a team manager in sportscars and Formula One, Jean Todt now finds himself in charge of the FIA. With the Australian Grand Prix seemingly under threat, and Australia's V8 Supercars Championship having recently been reclassified as an FIA International Series, Speedcafe.com's Stefan Bartholomaeus spoke to the president about the issues at hand. Read More

Scott Pye

Scott Pye

Scott Pye is getting his first official laps in Formula 3 cars ahead of his maiden British F3 tilt this year. Speedcafe.com.au's international correspondent David Addison spoke to Pye about his impressions of the F3 cars and how he thinks he will fair in the 2011 season ... Read More

James Rosenberg

James Rosenberg

James Rosenberg might not be a name that you instantly associate with motor racing, but his contribution to the sport over the past two decades is immeasurable. Speedcafe.com.au's Grant Rowley caught up with Rosenberg to digest his racing interests in 2011 and beyond ... Read More

Jamie Whincup

Jamie Whincup

TeamVodafone’s Jamie Whincup is out to reclaim the V8 Supercars Championship title that he lost to James Courtney last year. Speedcafe.com.au’s Grant Rowley spoke to Jamie Whincup about being the favourite for the championship, his desire for Clipsal 500 revenge, and his team-mates upcoming McLaren drive… Read More

Marcus Marshall

Marcus Marshall

Marcus Marshall is set to return to the Australian Carrera Cup Championship in 2011. Speedcafe spoke to him about returning the class where he made his name, plus his options for this year's V8 Supercars endurance races ... Read More

Shane van Gisbergen

Shane van Gisbergen

Stone Brothers Racing’s Shane van Gisbergen is preparing for his 50th V8 Supercars Championship start this weekend. With the Kiwi already in Abu Dhabi, Speedcafe.com.au’s Grant Rowley spoke with him about the weekend ahead. Read More

Craig Lowndes

Craig Lowndes

After topping Eastern Creek’s official pre-season V8 Supercars test last Saturday, Craig Lowndes is preparing for a different challenge this weekend. Speedcafe.com.au’s Stefan Bartholomaeus spoke to Lowndes about the Bathurst 12 Hour, his love of endurance racing and the upcoming V8 Supercars season Read More

Rod Nash

Rod Nash

In the final events of season 2010, Paul Dumbrell led Rod Nash’s Bottle-O Racing team to its first ever podium, pole position and race win. Speedcafe.com.au’s News Editor Grant Rowley spoke to Nash about all aspects of the team’s 2011 campaign Read More

Lucas Dumbrell

Lucas Dumbrell

Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport will enter its second season of V8 Supercars racing with a new engineer and a fresh approach. Speedcafe.com.au’s News Editor Grant Rowley spoke to the youngest V8 team owner in the paddock to get the lowdown on his new engineer and his expectations for driver Warren Luff and his team for the upcoming season Read More

Martin Whitaker

Martin Whitaker

The V8 Supercars Championship Series will morph into the International V8 Supercars Championship in 2011. While there will be just one round held outside Australasia this season, V8 Supercars CEO Martin Whitaker told Speedcafe.com.au’s Stefan Bartholomaeus that the name change underlines the category’s growing world-wide reputation Read More

Brendan Reeves

Brendan Reeves

Brendan Reeves has been chosen as one of only six young drivers from across the globe to receive a fully funded entry in the all-new WRC (World Rally Championship) Academy. Thanks to the Pirelli Star Shootout 22-year-old Reeves gained his place in the shootout in Spain in October thanks to his victory at the Asia Pacific Championship round in New Caledonia Read More

Steve Johnson

Steve Johnson

Steve Johnson has had his fair share of highs and lows through his 36 years, but none of the drama, according to Johnson Jr himself, was as bad as what he saw in 2010. Speedcafe.com.au spoke to Johnson about his year from hell, the effect it had on his family and how he plans to turn it all around Read More

Steven Richards

Steven Richards

After 12 consecutives seasons as a full-time V8 Supercar driver, Steven Richards’ career is at a cross-road. Set to be replaced in the #6 Ford Performance Racing Falcon by Will Davison, Richards has recently been linked to the final two remaining seats in the V8 Supercar field - at Dick Johnson Racing and Brad Jones Racing. Speedcafe spoke to him ... Read More

Roland Dane

Roland Dane

TeamVodafone boss Roland Dane heads to this weekend’s 2010 V8 season finale with a chance to make some history – but he’ll have to come from behind to do it. Dane told Speedcafe.com.au's Grant Rowley that even though his driver Jamie Whincup has to make up some ground, no one should write him off Read More

Sue Evans: The end of an era

Sue Evans: The end of an era

Sue Evans has had the ride of her life over the past 12 years. Sitting alongside husband Simon; the Evans' took four Australian Championships and an Asia Pacficic F2 title. Sue has now hung up the helmet and she spoke with Speedcafe about rallying and what is ahead. Read More

Andrew Thompson: The end of a horror year

Andrew Thompson: The end of a horror year

Andrew Thompson has confirmed that he will be watching the 2011 V8 Supercars Championship Series from the sidelines next year. The Bundaberg Red Racing Commodore VE driver spoke to Speedcafe.com.au's Grant Rowley about his horror year, what he plans to do in 2011 and his divorce with his flat mate! Read More

Jamie Whincup: Lessons, soft tyres and points

Jamie Whincup: Lessons, soft tyres and points

TeamVodafone’s Jamie Whincup is six races away from making history – winning the V8 Supercars Championship Series two-year straight in different makes of cars. There’s over 1100km of racing – and James Courtney – to overcome before he can claim that, and as he told Speedcafe.com.au’s Grant Rowley, there's a long way to go Read More

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