Supercars is set to introduce its new lower-cost formula next season with work on the initial prototypes ongoing between category officials and homologation teams Triple Eight (GM) and Dick Johnson Racing (Ford). However uncertainty over many key aspects of the switch, including basics such as engine spec/supply and chassis supply, has left other teams anxious that time is running out for an efficient, cost-effective change ahead of next season. While delaying the introduction of the rules to 2023 has long been floated as a potential solution, that is likely to be the absolute last resort for Supercars. The series has already pushed the rules back once and has been adamant that the new cars will be on track next season. The latest suggestion from the paddock is that the start of the 2022 may be pushed back to give teams more time for their off-season new car builds. That could avoid a rushed, expensive transition while still making good on the promise to have the new cars racing in 2022. Kelly Grove Racing driver David Reynolds and Team 18 co-driver Michael Caruso discussed the matter on the latest Below the Bonnet podcast, the pair agreeing the move makes sense. “Apparently… Read full this story
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