Listen to this article Motorsport.com understands the two drivers are Fernando Alonso and Sergio Perez, and will drive a Tickford Mustang and Triple Eight Commodore respectively. Alonso will jump behind the wheel of Thomas Randle’s Castrol-backed Mustang for a handful of demonstration laps. It will mark his first taste of a Supercar, after a plan to drive Zak Brown’s 2011 Bathurst 1000-winning Holden Commodore scuppered when it ran out of fuel several years ago. Perez, meanwhile, will drive a Red Bull Ampol Racing car, which will also be his first time in one of there V8-powered touring cars. Red Bull has used the crossover in sponsorship before, with Max Verstappen taking a passenger ride with Jamie Whincup several years ago. Daniel Ricciardo also drove T8’s Supercars-inspired Sandman at Sandown during his time with Red Bull Racing. Ricciardo later had a go in a proper Su …
Among the anticipated changes are a pair of key reunions between powerhouse teams and former backers. The one with the most history is a Vodafone and Triple Eight, the telco set to return as a […]
Listen to this article The 20-year-old Briton will receive £200,000, a test in an Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant Formula 1 car, full British Racing Drivers’ Club membership and an Arai helmet as his prize. Browning […]
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