McLaughlin to IndyCar; Penske leaves Supercars
Scott McLaughlin is leaving Australia's Supercars Championship ranks to race fulltime in IndyCar for Team Penske in 2021, the team announced Friday. Penske is ending its six-year run in Supercars competition.
Mostert to race in IndyCar online series
Holden's Chaz Mostert will become the latest Supercars star to race in an IndyCar online event this weekend.
Supercars return known by end of month
Supercars boss Sean Seamer says he will know when racing can return by the end of April, refusing to be distracted by sponsor's Virgin Australia's plight.
COVID-19 halts Courtney's Supercars plans
Former Supercars champion James Courtney remains confident he'll be back on the grid in 2020 despite the coronavirus pandemic putting plans on hold.
More Supercars teams join COVID-19 fight
More Supercars teams have offered their services in the fight against coronavirus, manufacturing medical supplies for hospitals nationwide.
Supercars season can run into 2021: Skaife
Supercars great Mark Skaife says a full season can be completed when it resumes after the coronavirus shutdown, even if they have to run into early 2021.
Supercars boss backing 2020 title finish
Supercars chief executive Sean Seamer remains confident the 2020 championship will be completed in full, even if it runs into January.
Supercars' McLaughlin's US dream delayed
Defending Supercars champion Scott McLaughlin's IndyCar debut has been put on hold until at least July because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Supercars Australian GP round cancelled
Supercars will look to re-schedule the cancelled Australian Grand Prix round after the F1 Melbourne event was called off because of the coronavirus.
Red Bull claim Supercars poles at Aust GP
Red Bull Holden drivers Shane van Gisbergen and Jamie Whincup have claimed the first two Supercars pole positions on offer at the Albert Park circuit.