Supercar Xtra Magazine issue #104 on sale now

The first edition of the new-look Supercar Xtra Magazine, issue #104, is on sale now in print and digital form.

Issue #104 features the new Holden ZB Commodore on the cover and is the first edition to be included within programs for Virgin Australia Supercars Championship events.

These changes have prompted a slight redesign for the leading Supercars publication. In the standard issue of #104 you’ll find a new-look Motorsport Legends section in the middle section of the magazine, while within a program you’ll find the event info in the beginning and middle sections.

Included in the print edition of issue #104 is a two-sided pullout poster featuring DJR Team Penske and the Holden ZB Commodore on each side.

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Supercar Xtra Magazine issue #104 includes the following:

Features:

Under the skin of the Holden ZB Commodore: A detailed look at Holden’s new Commodore Supercar.

From VB to VF: The evolution of the Commodore: Model-by-model profile of Holden’s racing Commodores.

18 Head-to-head battles to watch in 2018: The battles that will define the
2018 Virgin Australia Supercars Championship.

Richie Stanaway: The new Kiwi sensation: Tickford Racing’s recruit on committing to Supercars full-time in 2018.

Andre Heimgartner: The comeback kid: Nissan Motorsport’s young charger on fighting back into Supercars.

Fraternising with Foges and Jack Le Brocq: Foges chats with Tekno Autosports’ main-game rookie.

Matt Stone Racing: Stepping up: The reigning Super2 Series champion’s move up into the top tier of Supercars.

Sam Michael: From F1 to Supercars Australian engineering guru on his career in Formula 1 and consultancy role at Triple Eight Race Engineering.

Motorsport Legends:

Group C: The greatest era of Australian touring cars.

Iconic cars: Ford BA Falcon.

The year that was: 1985.

Regulars:

Analysis: Parity puzzle: The debate around parity between the Holden ZB Commodore and the rest.

Analysis: New talent moving up: The new faces making names for themselves in the Super2 Series.

Analysis: Magnet and programs on sale now: New products from Supercar Xtra Magazine.

Mark Winterbottom column: Frosty on the battle for a few tenths.

Craig Lowndes column: Lowndes on the new Commodore.

Garry Rogers column: Rogers on getting ready for 2018.

The shootout: The top 10 liveries in 2018.

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