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SuperArchive features classic races in full, from the championship's formative days in 1997 through to 2014.
With new races being added each week, we break down what’s new to hit SuperArchive over the next seven days.
Monday August 16 at 6.30pm: 2007 Super2 Phillip Island Race 17
Refresh your memory of Supercars racing at Phillip Island ahead of the Bunnings Trade Phillip Island SuperSprint on Oct 23-24.
The opening race of the season finale sees the 2007 championship hopeful Tony D’Alberto locked in a fight with Ford Rising Star Racing’s Michael Caruso.
Watch the race in full on Monday at 6:30pm, here: https://youtu.be/yy-avf1jTM8
Monday August 16 at 7.30pm: 2007 Super2 Phillip Island Race 18
The title decider between D’Alberto and Caruso comes to a head in the final race of the season.
Watch the race in full on Monday at 7:30pm, here: https://youtu.be/JPVfG-CqFoU
Tuesday August 17 at 6.30pm: 1999 Oran Park Race 29
Holden Racing Team’s Mark Skaife dominated the Oran Park opener, leading from lights to flag and blitzing them all.
Watch the race in full on Tuesday at 6:30pm, here: https://youtu.be/MdGO0eX0xRs
Wednesday August 18 at 6.30pm: 1999 Oran Park Race 30
With Skaife continuing to dominate the weekend alongside his Holden Racing Team stable mate Craig Lowndes, Glen Seton found himself battling in the mid-pack.
Proving even 20 years later, drivers still hate being the danger of the mid-field.
Watch the race in full on Wednesday at 6:30pm, here: https://youtu.be/LFLPkt_GwRs
Thursday August 19 at 6.30pm: 1999 Oran Park Race 31
Peter Doulman’s crash into the tyre barrier on lap 4 isn’t the only time cars get airbourne at Oran Park in 1999.
With Mark Skaife on pole, Supercars legend Dick Johnson suffers damage in a chaotic opening stint.
Chaos continues into the final moments when Darren Pate loses it on the final corner, clobbering Mick Donaher with the pair limping across the line.
Watch the race in full on Thursday at 6:30pm, here: https://youtu.be/WyyUPvzoUIo
Friday August 20 at 6.30pm: 2001 Adelaide Race 3
The second round of the season and Craig Lowndes’ first year in a Ford after a controversial move from the Lion.
After winning with HRT in the previous season, the 1999 champion proved why he is one of the best drivers to ever grace the Supercars championship.
Lowndes qualified eighth for the first of two 250-kilometre races of the Clipsal 500 for Gibson Motorsport Ford AU Falcon.
The rest is a masterclass.
Watch the race in full on Friday at 6:30pm, here: https://youtu.be/uOFhNbFnx-I
Saturday August 21 at 6.30pm: 2001 Adelaide Race 4
The second race of the 2001 Clipsal 500 sees former teammates Lowndes and Skaife locked in battle for the lead.
A tangle between the pair resulted in Lowndes crashing out with 20 laps remaining while trying to pass his recently ex-teammate.
Watch the race in full on Saturday at 6:30pm, here: https://youtu.be/48yYGS1Yb5E
Sunday August 22 at 10.00am: 2002 Bathurst 1000
Skaife’s ‘Golden Child’ win.
The car that survived a plastic bag scare restricting its air intake and the Holden ace that defied team orders by keeping his foot flat to the floor.
Watch the Chassis No. 45 that won two championships, two Bathurst’s and two Clipsal’s, one of the most successful Holdens of all time, with the five-time champion at the wheel.
Plus, watch the incredible moment when a five-minute penalty is awarded to Greg Murphy for a pit lane infringement.
Watch the race in full from Sunday at 10am here: https://youtu.be/Cx3wSBfRlYA
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