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V8X Supercar Magazine issue #96 is on sale now

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Monday 19th December, 2016 - 8:00am

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The print and digital editions of V8X Supercar Magazine issue #96 are on sale now.

Issue #96 is your must-have 2016 Virgin Australia Supercars Championship season in review edition, examining the teams, drivers, numbers, races, headlines and much more.

Also included is a Caltex pullout wall calendar featuring the dates for the 2017 Virgin Australia Supercars Championship events.

CLICK HERE to purchase issue #96 or subscribe to V8X Supercar Magazine.

The issue includes the following:

FEATURES
Supercars 2016 season in review: A look back at Supercars in 2016 through teams, drivers, numbers, races and headlines.
SVG: Coming of Age: Supercars champion Shane van Gisbergen’s rise to the top.

Tekno: The little team that could: How Tekno conquered Mount Panorama twice in one year and punched above its weight.

Rewriting the rulebook: A season of controversies for Supercars’ referees.

Fall of the Empire: Charting the rise and fall of the Holden Racing Team.

2020 Vision: Where Supercars is headed into the Gen2 era.

Fraternising with Foges: Iron Maiden. Foges goes one-on- one with Nissan Motorsport new recruit Simona de Silvestro.

Nissan: Cars of the Rising Sun NISSAN: We look back at Nissan’s last tilt at Australian touring cars.

Captain Janson: An audience with one of the great characters of Bathurst 1000 history, Peter Janson.

REGULARS

Analysis: 2017 Talking Points. What to look out for next Supercars season.

Analysis: Back to the Future. How Gen 2 will bring back the variety of Group C and A.

Analysis: Bathurst 12 Hour. We preview the ‘other’ endurance event at Mount Panorama.

Speedcafe: News round-up. The latest headlines from Speedcafe.com

Mark Winterbottom column: Frosty looks ahead to a 2017 resurgence.

Craig Lowndes column: Lowndes on the importance of engineers.

Garry Rogers colum:. Rogers on what could’ve been with Volvo.

Subscriptions: Sign up with V8X Supercar Magazine.

The Shootout: The teams we’d love to see racing again.

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