V8X Supercar Magazine issue #103 is on sale now! Issue #103 is your must-have guide to the 2018 Virgin Australia Supercars Championship with extensive team and driver profiles, event guides and more.
Included is a two-sided pullout poster featuring Craig Lowndes’ 1999 Adelaide 500 win and Jamie Whincup’s seven-time championship wins.
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V8X Supercar Magazine issue #103 includes the following:
2018 season preview: Get set for the 2018 Virgin Australia Supercars Championship with our season preview.
Teams & drivers profiles: The contenders who will do battle for the Supercars crown in 2018.
Event guides: Your guide to the 16 events that make up the 2018 Virgin Australia Supercars Championship schedule.
Flashbacks! As the decades roll on: A look back at the decade-on anniversaries from Australian touring cars that we celebrate this year.
Sensational Adelaide 500: Where it all started for the Adelaide 500, which celebrates 20 years this season.
20 iconic Adelaide 500 moments: We pick our iconic Adelaide 500 moments from 1999 to 2017.
Fraternising with Foges: Aiming for eight: Mark Fogarty sits down with reigning Supercars champion Jamie Whincup to discuss his seventh title win and future.
The non-V8 Supercars: We reflect on the history of non-V8 touring cars in Australia.
Analysis: Generation change: How an influx of young talent is leading to a generation change in Supercars.
Analysis: Whincup wary of new talent: Whincup on his future in Supercars against a new crop of drivers.
Analysis: More Falcons on the grid: How Ford’s presence in Supercars has increased despite its non-factory status.
Analysis: Go-karting to fitness: How Supercars drivers keep race fit with go-karts.
Analysis: Introducing Supercar Xtra Magazine: Introducing our new masthead and expanded portfolio for 2018.
Speedcafe: News round-up: The latest headlines from Speedcafe.com
Mark Winterbottom column: Frosty looks ahead to the new season.
Craig Lowndes column: Lowndes on bouncing back in 2018.
Garry Rogers column: Rogers on promoting James Golding.
The shootout: The top 10 quirkiest racers in the history of Australian touring cars.