What car will replace Holden in V8 Supercars 2021?
Triple Eight will race the Commodore for one last season in 2021. This weekend’s Bathurst 1000 marks the final race for Holden in an official capacity, exactly 10 years since Triple Eight’s 1-2 finish in the Great Race in the team’s debut year with the iconic Australian brand.
Will there be V8 Supercars in 2021?
A revised calendar has been revealed for the 2021 Repco Supercars Championship, including a new date for the Repco Bathurst 1000. Additionally, the Beaurepaires Sydney SuperSprint will be the penultimate round across November 19-21, with another event slated for October 23-24.
What is the future for V8 Supercars?
Supercars Championship organisers believe a new generation of muscle cars from 2022 will keep the wheels turning on the popular V8 racing category despite Holden’s decision to end its commitment to the series.
Who is televising V8 Supercars 2021?
V8 Supercars Live Stream The home of the Repco Supercars Championship in Australia is Fox Sports. They hold the current broadcast rights to all 12 rounds and support races across the 2021 campaign.
What cars will race in V8 Supercars 2022?
The two confirmed cars for 2022 will be the Chevrolet Camaro and Ford Mustang. Even though the Camaro isn’t sold in Australia, GMSV is supporting the introduction of the car, as it will help promote the Chevrolet brand as it introduces the Corvette and Silverado 1500 into the local market.
Will Camaro be in V8 Supercars?
The 2022 Repco Supercars Championship will mark the first time in nearly 40 years that the Camaro nameplate will be on the grid. Erebus will build its own set of Camaros, with the team already finalising its chassis jig design and awaiting parts to arrive in July.
Will there be a Bathurst 1000 2021?
WHEN IS THE 2021 BATHURST 1000? This year’s Bathurst 1000 will take place on Sunday, December 5th at Mount Panorama. It will be the 64th running of the famous race, and the first time it will ever be held in December.
Is Nissan still in V8 Supercars?
NISSAN has pulled out of the V8 Supercars motor racing championship after five years, two race wins and spending an estimated $15 million on sponsorship. The two-car team will continue until the end of this year, when it will bring to an end two contracts that went for three and two years respectively.
Are Supercars dying?
Supercars is now in a slow decline from its peak in the late 2000s. The series is retreating into a niche again. Sponsors outside of automotive, alcohol, tools and energy drinks are difficult to attract and retain.
What cars will be in Supercars 2021?
2021 Supercars Series preview
- Ford Mustang.
- Holden Commodore.
- Chevrolet Camaro.
- Chevrolet News.
- Ford News.
- Holden News.
- Race track.
Is V8 Supercars on Kayo?
Watch V8 Supercars with Kayo Sports The entire 2020 V8 Supercars Championship is part of 50 sports Kayo has for you to choose from.
What cars are 2021 Supercars?
ENTRY LIST: 2021 Repco Supercars Championship
|Brad Jones Racing||Macauley Jones||Holden Commodore ZB|
|Kelly Grove Racing||Andre Heimgartner||Ford Mustang GT|
|Kelly Grove Racing||David Reynolds||Ford Mustang GT|
|Blanchard Racing Team||Tim Slade||Ford Mustang GT|