Thursday, April 10, 2008

Supercar-Development of the regulations

The V8 Supercar is the most important motor racing series in Australia. A V8 Supercar is a five-liter V8 powered sedan, and the races are held in all states of Australia and New Zealand and also China.
To the disappointment of a greater part of fans who had watched a long history of Ford-Holden battles in Australian touring the car categories since 1960s, international touring car regulations seemed destined to stop the Australian-built Holden Commodore and Ford Falcon in the early 90s. But, this was avoided with V8 only regulations being drafted, in partnership the Ford and Holden, to showcase their big Australian made cars.

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