Who won the v8 Supercars 2016?

Who won the v8 Supercars 2016?

Shane van Gisbergen
Shane van Gisbergen, driving for Triple Eight Race Engineering, secured his first championship title with one race remaining, winning eight races during the season. Triple Eight Race Engineering won the Teams’ Championship for the seventh consecutive season.

Who won 2017 v8 Supercars?

Red Bull driver Jamie Whincup has remarkably won the Supercars Drivers’ Championship after an astonishing finish to the last race of the season in Newcastle. DJR Team Penske driver Scott McLaughlin was in the box seat going into the race, needing just to finish 11th to be champion for the first time.

Who is winning v8 Supercars?

Shane van Gisbergen has won a chaotic Race 7, which was shortened after two Safety Car periods. Van Gisbergen, who raced from 23rd to third on Friday, extended his points lead with a fifth win of 2022. It marked van Gisbergen’s first win at Albert Park since 2016, and first championship race win at the venue.

Who won v8 Supercars 2018?

Scott McLaughlin2018 Supercars Championship / Winner

Who won Bathurst 2018?

Steven RichardsCraig Lowndes
2018 Bathurst 1000/Winners

Who is the best supercar driver?

Jamie Whincup was a man on a mission at Sydney Motorsport Park. The 6-time champion claimed the record for all-time Supercars wins with a comfortable victory in Sunday’s race. The Holden driver also holds the record for most championships, pole positions and race wins.

Who won the 2016 V8 Supercars Championship?

Triple Eight Race Engineering won its eighth teams’ championship. The 2016 International V8 Supercars Championship (often simplified to the 2016 V8 Supercars Championship and known from 1 July as the 2016 Virgin Australia Supercars Championship) was an FIA -sanctioned international motor racing series for Supercars.

What year did V8 Supercars change the format?

Supercars. 1 June 2016. Retrieved 1 June 2016. ^ a b c d “V8 Supercars confirms format changes for 2016”. Speedcafe. 21 October 2015. Retrieved 21 October 2015.

Did Russell secure Supercars return with LDM?

^ Bartholomaeus, Stefan (9 September 2016). “Russell secures Supercars return with LDM”. Speedcafe. Retrieved 9 September 2016. ^ “Christmas comes one day early for rookie Bathurst winner Nick Percat”.

When did the 2016 F1 calendar come out?

The 2016 calendar was released on 8 September 2015. On 1 October 2015 the calendar was revised, with Tasmania and the non-championship Australian Grand Prix races switching dates due to an updated 2016 Formula One calendar.