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Make no mistake, Triple Eight
Race Engineering’s expansion to
three entries to accommodate
Shane van Gisbergen along-
side Jamie Whincup and Craig
Lowndes is the team’s admission
that its rivals are getting too
close for comfort.
After all, the Holden Racing
Team is now taking it to Triple
Eight on a regular basis, Volvo
Polestar’s Scott McLaughlin and
his S60 are on the up, Prodrive
Racing Australia is getting to
grips with its new FG X Falcon
and DJR Team Penske is settling
into the championship.
But before van Gisbergen
joins Triple Eight to form the
most devastating line-up in the
V8 Supercars era, the flamboy-
ant Kiwi poses the biggest threat
to the current dominators with
Tekno Autosports in 2015.
In this issue, we take a
look into the impact of van
Gisbergen’s 2016 switch in
addition to his career-defining
spell at Tekno Autosports and
chances for 2015.
THE 2016 SUPER TEAM
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There’s also an exclusive
interview with another driver
set for a career-defining season,
Lee Holdsworth, while we weigh
up the careers of the recently
retired Greg Murphy and Russell
We also examine the pros-
pects for new Australian cir-
cuits to join the calendar, the
street-circuit event proposals
that never came to fruition and
a look back at the infamous
Canberra street circuit.
Also, we pick what our readers
and experts consider to be the
best-looking V8 Supercars over
the last two decades plus.
And for fans of our pullout
posters, flick over to page 78 to
find out how you can buy them
on photographic-quality stock.
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– Adrian Musolino
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