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February 5th, 2013
Four-time Bathurst 1000 winner Greg Murphy will return to Holden Racing Team as an endurance co-driver for this year’s long-distance V8 Supercars events. Murphy was keen to remain in the Holden fold when his previous team Kelly Racing switched to Nissan for 2013, so chose to focus on a Holden seat for Sandown and Bathurst rather than chasing a full-time deal with another brand. He has now secured a place alongside either Garth Tander or James Courtney at HRT, where he took his first Bathurst win in 1996
January 9th, 2013
Andy Neate has established his own team for the 2013 British Touring Car Championship and will run an NGTC Chevrolet Cruze under the IP Tech Race Engineering banner. Neate left MG works team Triple Eight at the end of last season. The 38-year-old had previously driven for WSR BMW and Arena Ford in his first two full BTCC campaigns
December 20th, 2012
Top British Touring Car team Triple Eight and junior single-seater powerhouse Fortec Motorsport will both expand into GT racing next season. Ian Harrison’s Triple Eight squad will partner with established GT outfit Optimum Motorsport to form a new team for British GT
November 28th, 2012
British Touring Car racer Andy Neate has left the works MG squad, but will continue in the championship next season. Neate joined the new Triple Eight-run MG team for 2012, his third year in the BTCC, as partner to Jason Plato. But while Plato took six wins in the NGTC MG6 and finished third in the standings, Neate struggled to 16th .
November 21st, 2012
MG’s British Touring Car team boss Ian Harrison has welcomed the championship’s rule changes for 2013.
October 21st, 2012
Will Davison and Mika Salo made up for their disastrous first Surfers Paradise race by winning part two of V8 Supercars’ Gold Coast 600. On Saturday Salo had held the early lead only for Davison to crash their Ford Performance Racing Falcon on his out-lap after the driver charge
October 21st, 2012
Jamie Whincup and Sebastien Bourdais secured a qualifying lock-out for the second straight year at V8 Supercars’ Surfers Paradise event. Whincup prevailed in a session disrupted by four red flags, claiming pole by just over 0.2s seconds.
October 20th, 2012
Jamie Whincup and Sebastien Bourdais held on to claim victory in a wild first race of V8 Supercars’ Surfers Paradise weekend. The international co-drivers took the start, but it took three attempts to get the race going as accidents interrupted proceedings. The first crash was the largest
October 6th, 2012
Will Davison denied Jamie Whincup pole position in the top-10 qualifying shoot-out for the 2012 Bathurst 1000. Ford Performance Racing driver Davison was the sixth man to try for pole after going fourth fastest in Friday’s initial qualifying session
September 16th, 2012
Craig Lowndes and Warren Luff took victory in a spectacular conclusion to V8 Supercars’ first endurance race of the year at Sandown.
August 26th, 2012
Craig Lowndes followed up his Saturday Eastern Creek victory by beating his Triple Eight Holden team-mate Jamie Whincup to pole position for race two at the Sydney track. It was Ford Performance Racing’s Will Davison who was first to show his hand in the decisive charge on soft tyres at the end of the session, before Whincup hit the front on a 1m29.3821s. But the champion’s tenure on provisional pole lasted just a few seconds as Lowndes came through to depose him with a 1m29.2493s.
August 25th, 2012
Craig Lowndes delivered his third straight V8 Supercars victory in race one at Eastern Creek, as his erstwhile points-leading Triple Eight Holden team-mate Jamie Whincup had a disastrous race. Whincup’s troubles started with a very slow start from pole, which left him down in eighth initially as front row qualifier Jonathon Webb stormed away in the lead.
August 5th, 2012
Craig Lowndes completed a double victory in the second V8 Supercars race of the weekend at Ipswich’s Queensland Raceway.
August 1st, 2012
Triple Eight became the first V8 Supercars team to shake down its new generation Car of Future Commodore, on the same day it also confirmed it was close to securing Red Bull as its new title sponsor. While the ‘Cars of the Future’ were unveiled by Ford and Holden in December 2011 , Triple Eight is the first team to have completed a shakedown of the new machinery
July 8th, 2012
David Reynolds took his first ever V8 Supercars pole position as Ford Performance Racing dominated qualifying for race two in Townsville. A 1m12.5817s from Reynolds halfway through the 20-minute session proved sufficient to guarantee his maiden pole, ahead of fellow FPR men Mark Winterbottom and Will Davison.
June 24th, 2012
Matt Neal continued Honda’s domination of the British Touring Car Championship by taking the spoils in the opening race of the weekend at Croft on Sunday. The champion had to battle ahead of the fast-starting Andrew Jordan and the fellow factory Honda of Gordon Shedden to assert himself at the head of the pack on lap 12.
June 17th, 2012
Craig Lowndes claimed his first victory of the 2012 V8 Supercars season with a late charge in the second Hidden Valley race on Sunday.
June 16th, 2012
Jamie Whincup reclaimed a narrow V8 Supercar Championship lead by winning the opening race at the Hidden Valley circuit in Darwin. The Triple Eight Commodore driver broke a seven-race winning streak from Ford Performance Racing, with his pace during a long first stint on the harder compound Dunlop tyre crucial to the victory
June 16th, 2012
Will Davison kept his remarkable run of results alive by taking pole position for the first V8 Supercar race at Hidden Valley in Darwin. Running towards the end of the Top 10 Shootout, the Ford Performance Racing driver topped the field with a 1m08.67s.
May 20th, 2012
Will Davison resisted a flying Craig Lowndes to win the second V8 Supercars race at Phillip Island and move into the championship lead. Polesitter Lowndes stalled his Triple Eight Holden at the start and tumbled to ninth, then began a comeback charge that almost took him to victory in the 45-lap race, which saw four safety car interruptions. Going into the final lap, Lowndes finally had long-time leader Davison (Ford Performance Racing) in sight, but Davison had enough to hand to hold his rival at bay and win by half a second