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Issue #110 ($10.95 cover price plus $5.50 postage - within Australia only)

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AUD16.45 each

Included in the print edition of issue #110 is a two-sided pullout poster featuring a Supercars class of 2019 collectors’ poster to get autographs and, on the opposite side, the 2019 Ford Mustang entrants.

SupercarXtra Magazine issue #110 also includes the following:

ANALYSIS: The prancing pony. How the Ford Mustang has set tongues wagging in Supercars.

ANALYSIS: Ford versus Holden rekindled. Why the marketing battle between Ford and Holden has stepped up in 2019.

ANALYSIS: Summer series on the horizon. The latest on Supercars’ plans to switch to a summer-based schedule.

ANALYSIS: Winners of the first thousand. The most successful drivers, teams, manufacturers and cars after 1000 championship races.

COLUMN: Mark Winterbottom gives his early-season take on adapting to his Team 18 Holden ZB Commodore.

COLUMN: Craig Lowndes on his new career as a television pundit for Supercars.

COLUMN: Garry Rogers on Richie Stanaway’s transition into Garry Rogers Motorsport.

FEATURE: Generation now! A look at the results of a significant Supercars generation change in 2019.

FEATURE: Future stars of Supercars. The young drivers to watch in the Dunlop Super2 Series and Kumho Tyre Super2 Series in 2019.

FEATURE: State of the union. An exclusive interview with Supercars CEO Sean Seamer.

FEATURE: The tall and short of Supercars. How Supercars will find a better fit for two-door coupes on its control chassis. 

FEATURE: Holding his worth. Lee Holdsworth on his long-awaited move to Tickford Racing in 2019.

FEATURE: Supercars numerology. The history of the racing numbers on the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship grid in 2019.

FEATURE: Peter Brock’s Ford sojourn and the story of 1989.

FEATURE: The year that was, 1979.

FEATURE: Iconic cars, Holden Monaro HT GTS350.

FEATURE: Snapshot, the only win for the Group A Ford Mustang in 1985.

SHOOTOUT: Ranking the top-10 best looking cars of 2019, as voted by the fans.

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Event Date
Superloop Adelaide 500 February 20-23
Melbourne 400 March 12-15
Tyrepower Tasmania Super400  April 3-5
ITM Auckland Super400 April 24-26
PIRTEK Perth SuperNight May 15-17
Truck Assist Winton Super400 June 5-7
Watpac Townsville 400 June 26-28
BetEasy Darwin Triple Crown July 17-19
Sydney SuperNight August 28-30
OTR The Bend 500 September 18-20
Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 October 8-11
Vodafone Gold Coast 600 Oct. 30-Nov. 1
Penrite Oil Sandown Super400  November 20-22
Coates Hire Newcastle 500 December 4-6
   
   

 

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1. Scott McLaughlin
3872  
2. Shane van Gisbergen
3310 -562
3. Jamie Whincup
3208 -664
4. Fabian Coulthard
3058 -814
5. Chaz Mostert
2879 -993
6. David Reynolds
2694 -1178
7. Cameron Waters
2588 -1284
8. Will Davison
2495 -1377
9. Nick Percat
2445 -1427
10. Lee Holdsworth
2428 -1444

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