Australia is lucky to have the V8 Supercars

Australia is lucky to have the V8 Supercars

The Australian V8-powered racecars will move for five years in the U.S. Starting 2013, Texas will be the new host and the competition will happen on the new Circuit of the Americas in Austin.
The President of Circuit of the Americas, Steve Sexton declared in a very enthusiastic way that the V8 Supercars on the Circuit of The Americas will be a very memorable experience.
As part of the agreement signed by Texas Governor Rick Perry and Queensland Premier Anna Bligh, the new racetrack in Austin will host two annual 200 kilometers races for the Championship.
This competition, first known under the name of Australian Touring Car Championship, started in 1993 and got the brand name of "V8 Supercars" in 1997. The cars that will compete are based on modified versions of Australia's Holden Commodore and Ford Falcon sedans. All the cars will work with 85% CSR Ethanol.
Time is running very fast when you wait for an event this big.