Every skerrick of performance matters when you’re chasing championships. Here are a few examples of how teams go to the next level.

VCAT (Vehicle Control Aerodynamic Testing)

How do Supercars achieve aero parity across different models?

Tyre pressures

How do teams keep tabs on tyre pressures, and why is it important? Crompo explains how.

Brake bias

Braking performance is crucial in chasing lap time. Here, drivers have a simple lever to their disposal to make micro changes.


How to do teams regulate temperature in engines and brakes? It seems – and looks – quite simple!

Brake Temp Paint

How do teams gather information on how their brakes are performing? Was paint your first answer?


Supercars engines generate over 600 horsepower, and as you can imagine, they generate heat. How do teams keep temperatures regulated?

Dry Sump

Race cars move at high speeds, so engine oil can’t afford to slosh around dramatically. Here’s how teams control it.


We all know how fast our cars go, but you make your time with how quickly you stop. Crompo explains the details of world-class Supercars brake systems?

Shift Cut

Our drivers change gears quickly, and there’s no time to waste. Here’s how a small device ensures maximum performance.


All cars need batteries, including race cars. Crompo explains how Supercars batteries work, and where it’s placed.

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