D. C.
August 2009
Australian Auto Action;8/26/2009, Issue 1355, p4
The article reports that V8 Supercars has clarified the rule surrounding the mounting of front splitters to ensure the controversial splitter scandal can't happen again. Although the Triple Eight front splitter-mount controversy ended at Sandown when CAMS stewards dismissed Walkinshaw Racing's protest against it. V8 Supercar operations manager Kurt Sakzewski said the teams had been addressed about it at the Queensland Raceway event.


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