Issue #122 includes pullout poster featuring Chaz Mostert and Marcos Ambrose.
Also includes the following:
ANALYSIS: Gen3 ramps up. The latest on the development of the Gen3 Supercar and the philosophy behind it.
ANALYSIS: Title battle heats up. The state of play in the 2021 Repco Supercars Championship entering the second half of the season.
ANALYSIS: Returning to New Zealand. Supercars’ hopes to celebrate its New Zealand anniversary with a return to Pukekohe Park Raceway.
ANALYSIS: Bathurst wildcards. The wildcard entry set to make history at the 2021 Repco Bathurst 1000.
COLUMN: Mark Winterbottom on the challenge of competing in Supercars.
COLUMN: Craig Lowndes on how he would like the Supercars calendar to look moving forward.
FEATURE: Chazzle dazzle. The union and progression of Chaz Mostert and Walkinshaw Andretti United.
FEATURE: The greatest of all time. The case for Jamie Whincup being the greatest driver in the history of Australian touring cars.
FEATURE: The next generation Dane. Jessica Dane on her rise through the ranks and future with Triple Eight Race Engineering.
FEATURE: The will to win. Will Brown’s journey to his full-time main-game arrival with Erebus Motorsport.
FEATURE: The solo path. Jake Kostecki and Zane Goddard on moving into their own entries at Matt Stone Racing.
FEATURE: Racing links. The ties that connect Supercars/Bathurst 1000 and the IndyCar Series/Indianapolis 500.
FEATURE: The rookie sensation. Marcos Ambrose and Stone Brothers Racing’s arrival as Ford’s great hope in 2001.
FEATURE: Arrival of ‘The Kid’. Craig Lowndes’ sweep of his full-time debut season in 1996.
FROM THE ARCHIVES: A look back at the reverse-grid experiments from 2000 to 2006.