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Old 12 Dec 2019, 05:03 (Ref:3946254)   #1
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V8 Fireworks should be qualifying in the top 10 on the grid
Supercars Gen 3 (2022)

So... What will be on the Supercars grid come 2022?

Body types:
A Mustang with a more production-looking roofline thanks to a new revised roll cage spaceframe design?

Will there be any other body types apart the 'Stang?

Powertrains:
To remain market relevant, an off-the-shelf hybrid element has been mooted. BTCC and Nascar are supposed to adopt a similar system... Such a move may be necessary to get manufacturers interested.

Should the Mustang "GT" be replaced by the Mustang "Ecoboost" with the rorty downsize four cylinder turbo that is more market relevant?

Other tech regs:

Will wider rear tyres finally be introduced?

A paddle shift? (Boooooo!)

Alternative:

Will Gen 3 be abandoned due to costs and existing COTF will race on indefinitely?
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