Yep, just going to call it Supercars.Yea I'm just going to continue calling them V8 supercars lol
I forgot the link. The reason being......
The changes allow engines other than V8s and new car shapes, including two-door coupes, to race.
I really don't know I'm sorry. I haven't been paying too much attention this year.Does that mean they are looking to go to a multi class format or would the other cars just have a turbo charged v6? I figured with the removal of V8 from the name, they were looking to include some turbo charged cars or hybrids.
Different engines and different bodies that have to hit different "parity" numbers like power output, weight, downforce/drag levels, etc.Does that mean they are looking to go to a multi class format or would the other cars just have a turbo charged v6? I figured with the removal of V8 from the name, they were looking to include some turbo charged cars or hybrids.
Testing.Article: "The official Supercars website today ran a story confirming that the series’s own 3.5-litre twin-turbo V6 engine is almost ready to hit the dyno."
Does anyone know what this means? Is the Supercars series developing a spec motor that is available to various teams that don't have a manufacturer relationship? Like the Nascar spec motor that is available to truck teams, and is supposed to cost less than running Ford, Chevy, or Toyota motors? I've heard the Supercars series is suffering badly from dwindling manufacturer support. Spec motors seem to me like the kiss of death... but what do I know?