V8X Supercar Magazine issue #91 on sale now
The print and digital editions of V8X Supercar Magazine issue #91 (February/March 2016) are on sale now.
V8X Supercar Magazine issue #91 is your complete guide to the 2016 V8 Supercars season, including driver and team profiles, event guides and more.
The print edition comes with a free Freigtliner 2016 V8 Supercars calendar fridge magnet, so you’ll never miss an event of the upcoming season.
Included in the print edition is a two-sided pullout poster featuring the 2015 champion Mark Winterbottom on one side and the V8 champions from 1993 to 2015 on the other.
CLICK HERE to purchase the print edition of V8X Supercar Magazine issue #91.
The digital edition is also available in the official V8X app (in the App Store and Google Play), online at DigitalEdition.V8XMagazine.com.au and in the Magzter app store.
As part of Speedcafe.com’s alliance with V8X, the magazine is available for purchase directly through the website.
V8X Supercar Magazine issue #91 includes the following:
2016 season review – get the lowdown on what to expect in 2016
Driver profiles – meet the drivers set to do battle this season
Musical chairs – the silliest season explained by the drivers themselves
Wounded bulls – how Triple Eight will fight back with an expanded three-car line-up
Event guides – calendar and event profiles for the 2016 season
As the decades roll on – decade-on flashbacks of Australian touring cars
State of the union – where V8 Supercars is at according to CEO James Warburton
The bridesmaids – the best drivers never to win a championship
Reed & Ashby: the Lansvale boys – The story of two school friends who went racing and rewrote the record books
ANALYSIS – 16 key questions 2016
The important factors that will shape 2016
ANALYSIS – battle of the brands
Is V8 Supercars losing manufacturers to GT racing?
– home and away
V8 Supercars’ expansion plans at home and abroad
– TV deal figures
The final report card on how V8 Supercars’ TV deal rated last year
Snapshot of the key news issues
Lowndes signs on as V8X’s new columnist
Frosty on defending his V8 Supercars championship in 2016
Rogers on why V8 Supercars should adopt NASCAR-style big numbers
The strangest sporting regulations in Australian Touring Car Championship/V8 Supercars and Bathurst history