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Adam Perry - GM Motorsport discusses the changes to V8 Supercars that will take place in 2013.

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- October 2013

News Feed
Lap by Lap: Race 31
Ambrose to race V8 Supercar in Sydney
Mostert faces another fight back
All Kiwi front row
Murphy celebrates 200th at Gold Coast
Lap by Lap: Castrol EDGE Gold Coast 600 Qualifying and Shootout
Lap by Lap: Castrol EDGE Gold Coast 600 Qualifying and Shootout
McLaughlin quickest in qualifying
Holdsworth backs tyre rules
Polestar drivers taste V8 Supercars
Clipsal 500 unveils rock chic inspired Grid Girl design
Hilltop Hoods, Club 600 and V8 Supercars
V8 Supercars future agreed
Drivers' quoteboard: Castrol EDGE Gold Coast 600 - Practice
V8 Supercars teams gain security
V8 Supercars teams gain security
Morris ready to continue Bathurst form
TEKNO on the pace in final practice
More to come today at Club 600
SCAR battles to the front

Random Facts
A typical V8 Supercar produces power around 470kw / 615nm from a 5.0 litre V8!

Both Ford and Holden engines are based on racing engines from their respective US parent companies. Ford V8 Supercars run a 5.0 litre "Windsor" SVO race engine, while Holden V8 Supercars run a 5.0 litre Chevorlet Aurora race engine.
Greg Murphy is the only V8 Supercar driver in recent history to have secured pole position on debut!

From 2013, Nissan will provide a third manufacturer to the series, providing a V8 Sedan to Kelly Racing. Although they bear some resemblance to the production models outwardly, they are built from the ground up to suit the motorsport application.

The minimum car weight is 1355 kg (2987 lbs.) (without the driver).

01 Jamie Whincup Red Bull Racing Australia 0
02 Craig Lowndes Red Bull Racing Australia -128
03 Will Davison Pepsi Max Crew FPR Ford -295
04 Mark Winterbottom Pepsi Max Crew FPR Ford -301
05 Shane van Gisbergen Team TEKNO V.I.P. Petfoods -586
06 Fabian Coulthard Lockwood Racing -593
07 Jason Bright Team BOC -713
08 Garth Tander Holden Racing Team -772
09 David Reynolds The Bottle-O Racing Team -1036
10 Scott McLaughlin Fujitsu Racing GRM -1160
11 James Courtney Holden Racing Team -1185
12 Jonathon Webb Team TEKNO V.I.P. Petfoods -1193
13 Alex Davison Jeld-Wen -1282
14 Rick Kelly Jack Daniel's Racing -1340
15 Russell Ingall Supercheap Auto Racing -1538
16 Tony D'Alberto Team HIFLEX -1568
17 Chaz Mostert Wilson Security Racing -1574
18 James Moffat Norton Hornets -1646
19 Alexandre Premat Fujitsu Racing GRM -1718
20 Lee Holdsworth IRWIN Racing -1733

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Mansory Porsche Panamera

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A Dunlop "control tyre" is supplied to all teams. For race meetings, teams are allocated a set number of tyres for the entire weekend, with the number available for each race depending on the type of race (sprint or endurance).

The series adopted a softer, higher performance "sprint tyre" during the 2009 season although it is not used during every race meeting. Several race meetings now combine the use of compulsory soft and hard tyres which provides additional race strategy to the usual compulsory pit stops and safety cars.

Read more in this Wikipedia article.
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