Kiwi Supercars driver and 2016 series champion Shane van Gisbergen is convinced he has the speed to win a second title in 2018.
Holden's Shane Van Gisbergen has continued his perfect start to the 2018 Supercars season, claiming pole position for Sunday's 250km race in Adelaide. ...
Holden driver Shane van Gisbergen has won the opening race of the Supercars championship in Adelaide to send a major warning to his Ford rivals.
Only two Kiwis will take part in tomorrow's top 10 shootout at the Adelaide 500 after a dramatic Friday qualifying session on the streets of the South Australian capital.Defending Adelaide champ Shane van Gisbergen posted the fastest... ...
There could be wins all over the place for the New Zealand drivers over the 2018 Supercars season. Here's the lowdown on the drivers who'll be flying the flag for this side of the Tasman.
This surely is the golden age for New Zealand drivers in Supercars. ...
Well folks, the Supercars' championship kicks off this weekend in Adelaide. It's the 20th time the big bangers have visited the mean streets of Adelaide and 2018 is the 15th time the event has been the opening stanza of the series.
Kiwi Supercars drivers will be in action this weekend as the opening round of the 2018 Australian Supercars Championship gets underway in South Australia. The Adelaide 500 has always been a top event and a favourite amongst Supercars drivers, teams and fans. While Australian Jamie Whincup from Red Bull Holden Racing will be defending last season's title, the pressure will be on Kiwi team mates Scott McLaughlin and Fabian Coulthard at Shell V-Power Racing.
I was at the launch of the 2018 Supercars' drivers at Fox Studios in Sydney last week and the category do really know how to put on a show. The best thing for New Zealand is there are five full time drivers in the line up and all of them are capable of winning a race, and three of them are title contenders.
Supercars star Scott McLaughlin's was topping the timesheets when his pre-season test at Sydney Motorsport Park came to a sudden and dramatic end on Friday. ...
Kiwi driver Scott McLaughlin has put a positive spin on last year's agonising end to the Supercars season after losing the championship in an unbelievable final race.
John Martin's Mercedes suffered massive amounts of damage in the sickening crash at Bathurst earlier this month. V8 Supercars could soon be fitted with warning systems to alert drivers of cars stranded on race tracks.
Kiwi Supercars star Scott McLaughlin thinks he and his Shell V Power Racing team will be better for the lessons they learned in 2017.The 24-year-old agonisingly missed out on winning the championship by a whisker in a thrilling final race.