V8 Supercars Tickets
Based in Australia, the thrilling V8 Supercars known for being among the foremost touring car racing contests of the world is held under the regulations of Federation International de l’Automobile, as an International Series. Its many events are hosted in all the states and territories of Australia with the exception of Australian Capital Territory that previously held Canberra 400. Rounds held overseas, take place in other countries as well including the United Arab Emirate, New Zealand, China and Bahrain, among which the former two have been recently added. The race has grabbed the attention of more than two hundred and fifty thousand spectators from all around the globe. In the 201o season, more than fourteen race weekends were held at race-specific street circuits and racetracks. The Series features a race format including sprint races that require distance coverage of either two hundred kilometers or a hundred kilometers on a Saturday while holding a two-hundred kilometer race on a Sunday. It also features a two-hundred and fifty kilometer race on the weekend, held in both Sydney and Adelaide, alongside holding either a three-hundred kilometers race on the weekend at the Gold Coast, or a few endurance races like Bathurst that run over a thousand kilometers distance, as well as the Sandown which is known to cover more than five hundred kilometers. Owing to the Series’ many thrill-chasing events, V8 Supercars tickets are a majorly sought-after treat among car fans and racing-freaks
V8 Supercars get their basis from cars designed on a control chassis pattern. This racing class originally, only allowed Ford and Holden vehicles. With the passing of time, the format was reviewed several times over and was labeled CotF, standing for ‘Car of the Future’. Today all the control items include diff, gearbox, suspension, and chassis in order to have tighter control on all the teams’ racing cars. The regulations requiring the Series cars to maintain a production variant, which was V8 and RWD, have been made lenient, allowing more manufacturers to enter the completion. Even after such revisions, every team’s car has to follow the production car model of a four-door sedan.
A third manufacturer for the V8 Supercars has been provided by Nissan which has come up with a V8 Altima sedan for Kelly Racing. A fourth manufacturer has been added by Mercedes-Benz, which is providing a sedan based on an E-class pattern that is to be engineers by the famous Erebus Motorsports, previously known as Stone Brothers Racing. Despite outwardly resembling the production models, the car are built all the way up from ground level to suit the application of motorsport. Also they are governed strictly in many performance aspects in order to make all the drivers remain on even footing, which creates closer and so more exciting racing. Due to this, the total fields of up to twenty-eight drivers are separated in one time by a mere second with qualifying laps on some events. Grab V8 Supercars tickets in time and be there to watch the cars zoom by.