Tuesday, 17 April 2018 16:17

Supercar Xtra Magazine #104 on sale now!

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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.

CLICK HERE to purchase issue #104 within Australia.

CLICK HERE to purchase issue #104 within New Zealand.

CLICK HERE to purchase issue #104 for the rest of the world.

CLICK HERE to purchase the digital edition of issue #104.

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: 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: 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.

Please note: Holden and Ford’s announcements were made after we went to print on issue #104, which includes analysis of Holden’s twin-turbo V6 powerplant and Ford’s future in Supercars. Updated analysis and features on the decisions and their repercussions will appear in issue #105.

CLICK HERE to subscribe to Supercar Xtra Magazine

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Event Date
Adelaide 500 1-4 March
2018 Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix 22-25 March
Tyrepower Tasmania SuperSprint 6-8 April
WD-40 Phillip Island 500 20-22 April
Perth SuperSprint 4-6 May
Winton SuperSprint 18-20 May
CrownBet Darwin Triple Crown 15-17 June
Watpac Townsville 400 6-8 July
Coates Hire Ipswich SuperSprint 20-22 July
Red Rooster Sydney SuperSprint 4 August
The Bend SuperSprint 24-26 August
Sandown 500 14-16 September
Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 4-7 October
Vodafone Gold Coast 600 19-21 October
ITM Auckland SuperSprint 2-4 November
Coates Hire Newcastle 500 23-25 November

 

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Pos

 Driver

 Points

 1

 Scott McLaughlin

1487

 2

 Shane van Gisbergen

1356

 3

 Craig Lowndes

1188

 4

 David Reynolds

1169

 5

 Jamie Whincup 

1123

 6

 Scott Pye

1114

 7

 Fabian Coulthard

1079

 8

 Rick Kelly

1003

 9

 James Courtney

996

 10

 Tim Slade

992

 Full points table