The new look V8Central, there will be quite a few changes over the next few days/weeks
Started by stevo qld, July 04, 2022, 09:22:29 PM
QuoteSuper2 will be an all-in of the Holden ZB Commodore, Gen2-spec Ford Mustang, VF Commodore, FGX Falcon, and Nissan Altima; the Mercedes E63 AMG and Volvo S60 also remain eligible, not that any have ever been seen in the series.Furthermore, the Super3 class will remain, for Project Blueprint-spec VE Commodores and FG Falcons.
QuoteConsistent with Burgess's comments, Super2 teams faced two key issues with respect to a hard changeover to Gen2.Firstly, the market is tight.Speedcafe.com understands that many cars which are currently on the race track in VCS (code for the Supercars Championship) have already been sold to collectors and are in fact being leased back from their new owners.A second reason, perhaps related to the first, is that the asking price for Gen2 cars is believed to still be in the region of several hundred thousand dollars each, a figure which would stretch Super2 teams, especially those which field multiple cars.
Quote from: stevo qld on July 04, 2022, 09:22:29 PMBut the current Super 1 cars are superior to the previous Super 1 cars (current Super 2) and some teams will be worried about some sort of performance equalisation.https://www.speedcafe.com/2022/07/04/all-cotf-models-to-compete-for-2023-super2-series-title/
QuoteSupercars has confirmed that the ZB Commodore and Car of the Future Ford Mustang will be the only models eligible to compete for the 2023 Dunlop Super2 series – ruling out all current vehicles for the category past the end of the current series.
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