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RUSSELL Ingall has never needed Jamie Whincup to win a Supercars championship this badly. A somewhat-friendly wager is riding on the 2018 season’s outcome, one with Mark Skaife, his former sparring partner-turned-FOX SPORTS co-commentator. On the line is the thing Skaife has most wanted out of ‘The Enforcer’ for more …

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Supercars

THESE two Supercars heavyweights are ready to light up Sydney. The sport’s first night race in Australia in 21 years will get underway on Saturday night at Sydney Motorsport Park with Scott McLaughlin and Shane van Gisbergen locked in a two-way battle for the drivers’ crown. And the Sydney SuperNight …

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Supercars

GARTH Tander has predicted the Sydney Motorsport Park lap record could be broken this weekend after the Holden hero became the first man to blast a night lap on the famous western Sydney track. Strapping down to record an exclusive track guide video for The Saturday Telegraph ahead of the …

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Sydney Supercars

DISCO balls, neon party lights and all-out speed — welcome to the Sydney SuperNight. Supercars revved up the action in spectacular style last night when Chaz Mostert lit up Sydney Motorsport Park to win the first V8 practice session under floodlights in Australia since 1997. With a disco ball hanging …

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Supercars

SHANE van Gisbergen left Scott McLaughlin battered and bruised on Saturday night after belting the DJR/Team Penske driver in a Sydney stunner. In an epic return to night racing as Sydney hosted the first flood-lit race since 1997, van Gisbergen launched a metal-on-metal assault to floor McLaughlin at Sydney Motorsport …

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Supercars 2018

IT might end up becoming the fiercest championship fight in V8 history. Just 89 points separate Scott McLaughlin and Shane van Gisbergen following a stunning Sydney Motorsport showdown in which the pair went toe-to-toe in the latest duel between DJR/Team Penske and Red Bull Holden Racing. Following a six-lap attack …

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Supercars Adelaide

SHANE van Gisbergen joked that was confident he’d start from the front row in Race 1 of the Adelaide 500 — post-Shootout penalty or not. The Triple Eight pilot kept his winning streak on the South Australian streets alive with a tempered drive, making use of clever pit stop strategy …

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Supercars Adelaide

TRIPLE Eight knew Jamie Whincup’s car was in trouble after it pulled away from his first pit stop. The reigning Supercars championship exited the lane on Lap 16 with an eight-second margin over teammate Shane van Gisbergen, likely his nearest challenger for victory in Race 2 at the Adelaide 500. …

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