V8X Supercar Magazine issue #101 on sale now
V8X Supercar Magazine issue #101 is on sale now in print and digital form.
Issue #101 celebrates the 40th anniversary of Moffat Ford Dealers’ iconic one-two formation finish at the 1977 Bathurst 1000 with an exclusive interview with Allan Moffat.
There’s also a preview of the inaugural Newcastle 500, a look at the new Holden ZB Commodore, examination of why New Zealanders are dominating in Supercars and so much more.
Also included with the print edition is a 1977 Moffat Ford Dealers and Nissan Skyline GT-R R32 pullout poster.
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V8X Supercar Magazine issue #101 includes the following:
Moffat’s magnificent’77: We chat with Allan Moffat about his team’s famed formation finish of 1977.
Holden’s new Commodore: We go under the skin of the new-generation imported Commodore and see how it’s shaping up as a Supercar.
Unlocking speed: Checking in with Nissan Motorsport’s Simona de Silvestro on her first full-time season in Supercars.
Kiwis take flight: Why New Zealanders are taking Supercars by storm.
Once a warrior: Twenty years on from his full-time debut, Greg Murphy looks back at his career.
New castle to conquer: Profile of the newest host of Supercars’ season finale, Newcastle.
Punching above: We check in on the progress of Charlie Schwerkolt’s Team 18.
Super manufacturers: Super Touring’s success in bringing manufacturers to Mount Panorama.
Alan Jones’ touring car journey: Extracts from Alan Jones’ biography detailing his tin-top career.
Analysis: The five pillars: Supercars’ plans for the future around its five key categories.
Analysis: Nissan at the crossroads: Where to next for Nissan Australia in Supercars?
Analysis: Calendar conundrums: The evolution of the Supercars calendar in 2018 and beyond.
Speedcafe news round-up: The latest headlines from Speedcafe.com
Mark Winterbottom column: Frosty looks ahead to the inaugural Newcastle 500.
Craig Lowndes column: Lowndes reflects on his season racing overseas in 1997.
Garry Rogers column: Rogers on Supercars’ future engine platform.
The shootout: The top 10 driver-signature road cars.