Inside Supercars

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Dr Geoff Slater talks about his 2 years engineering Rahal Letterman Lanigan BMW's in the IMSA series. He discusses what it was like to work with Alex Zenardi and how he views manufacture support and what engineering data should be made manditory in the Gen 3 future.
Matthew White (MW Motorsport) discusses his teams 4th Championship with Thomas Randle, What Super2 could look like in 2021 and how his team was able to win the championship from their Victorian Base. He also talks about his past champions, Bryce Fullwood, Dale Wood and Johnathon Webb.
Will Davison talks about his excitement on joining DJR, how his first outing in the car felt, on returning to the team and his struggles in 2020 to find his way back to a main game full time seat.
Kevin Fitzsimons Dunlop Operations Manager talks about his 2020, with 106 nights on the road, his team ensured every car had tyres so the show could go on. He talks about the logistics of shipping tyres around the country, while on the road and the comradery of the Supercars paddock.
Sean Seamer spoke to the media before Bathurst about the new television deal and how it pertains to the Digital Rights, which is now playing out in a conflict between Seven, Kayo and Foxtel. We hear from the CEO on what the difference between the previous Free to Air television deal with Channel 10 and Fotel and the new agreement with Seven and Foxtel. He also talks about the challenges with the 2021 Calendar and Gen 3.
Sam Henderson talks about what the Adelaide 500 has meant to him and why he wants to save the Adelaide 500 and how other South Australian can show their support for the event this Saturday on the steps of Government House.
Jordan Mulach (Touring Car Times) and Lewis Isaacs (Freelance) discuss the 2020 Championship, What will Supercars lose from the end of the Adelaide 500, Should the Seven TV coverage see a shake up in the Commentary Box, and will Foxtel and Kayo achieve their goal of free streaming supercars in 2021 and beyond.
Adrian Musolino (Supercars Xtra Magazine - AdelaideGP) discusses the fall of Supercars first signature street race at the hands of the State Government and how politics have ended the most popular streetrace in the country.
Matt Stone discusses the expansion of MSR in 2020, he reflects on the way Supercars head office managed the COVID crisis and how his team restructure weathered the turbulent year. He also discusses why he thinks the SuperLite program was a success in 2020 for MSR.
Tim Edwards talks about the 2020 Supercars season and how he managed Tickford Racing through one of the most difficult years in its history.
Thomas Randle talks about finally being awarded the Dunlop Super2Series Championship and returning to life in Melbourne.
Rod Nash reflects on Cam Waters 2nd placing at Bathurst and what could lay ahead for his young star. He also discusses Tickford Racings 2020 effort.
Cam Waters talks about wrapping up the year with a 2nd place at the Bathurst 1000 and 2nd Place in the Supercars Championship.
DJR and Team Penske announced over the weekend that they would not be continuing the relationship, we hear from Scott McLaughlin on his 2021 plans and discuss what next for Fabian Coulthard.
Ben Croke DJR Team Penske Team Manager, talked about the achievements of the team and the series this season.
Scott McLaughlin talks about his year, winning his 3rd Supercars Championship with DJR Team Penske. He also looks ahead to his Indycar debut this weekend in Florida and what his plans are for the Christmas break.
Shane Van Gisbergen and Garth Tander talk about winning the Bathurst 1000 for the Red Bull Holden Racing Team. Cam Waters and Will Davison discuss what might have been with their 2nd place finish, Chaz Mostert and Warren Luff talk about another podium result.
Roland Dane discusses his teams 8th Bathurst 1000 Victory, the ability of Shane Van Gisbergen to read a race and understand the changing strategy, he look at how the 2021 Season could start and Bathurst and what Gen 3 could bring to the sport. Jeromy Moore has returned to Triple Eight Race Engineering and he reflects on a season that has gone from building racecars to medical equipment. Grant McPherson Engineer for Car 97 said he was never worried about losing the lead once SVG was in control of the race.
Shane Van Gisbergen and Garth Tander has dominated the 2020 Bathurst 1000 for the Red Bull Holden Racing Team, in the final appearance of a factory Holden. Van Gisbergen discusses his victory and plans for the Summer back in New Zealand and Garth Tander talks about his preparations both physical and mental for the race.
Alex Premat is the defending Bathurst 1000 champion, who is unable to race this weekend due to COVID-19, he discusses his US based motor racing business Team Premat and how they have weather 2020, his disapointment in not being able to race for Tickford this year, and his thoughts on the 2019 controversy that has hit the headlines again this week.
Thomas Randle talks to the team with less than a day till jumping in the Brad Jones Racing Commodore with Nick Percat and the MW Motorsport Nissan in the Super2Series. He discusses the tyre restrictions and planning around preparing for the Bathurst 1000.
Adrian Musolino (Supercars Extra Magazine - AdelaideGP) previews what will be a very different Supercars 1000, he looks at the messy breakup with Supercheap Autos, the end of HRT and Holden at the Mountain and more. We also discuss :Lewis Hamilton's 91st Grand Prix Victory and Daniel Ricciardo's first Renault F1 Poduim
Jayden Ojeda (GRM) is the final driver locked in to this weeks Bathurst 1000, he talks about getting the deal together to replace Nathan Herne at the last minute, and how he will balance his Dunlop Super2 commitments and the 1000 responsibilities.
David Cauchi (Red Bull Holden Racing Team) gives his thoughts on the format changes in Supercars for 2020, He talks about how removing data and dropping an engineer from the team has increased work over the season, and how the team is preparing for the Bathurst 1000.
Stefan Bartholomaeus ( and Heath McAlpine (Auto Action) provide their thoughts on the Supercars rule and format changes in 2020 and what should be kept in 2021 and beyond. Has this been the toughest championship in history, and what is their thoughts on what the Bathurst 1000 could be.
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Thunder Media
Podcast Status
Dec 2nd, 2020
Latest Episode
Dec 2nd, 2020
Release Period
Avg. Episode Length
33 minutes

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