In a shocking move, Supercars has announced that the letters “T”, “C” and “R” can no longer be used in the same sentence by anyone involved in Supercars at any time anywhere.
The move comes as the TCR series became just a little bit too popular for Supercars’ liking in 2019, due mostly to its ability to produce close racing without all the off-track drama, somehow.
Newly appointed Head of Propaganda at Supercars, Ollie the Ostrich, told this reporter the measure is designed to “stop people being critical of Supercars”.
“I mean it’s obvious our series is the best, and we intend to keep it that way” he said, slightly ominously.
It’s not clear how the ban on using actual letters in the alphabet will be enforced, with literally every team using all three letters in their names, but Ollie the Ostrich was adamant it was the right thing to do.
“We firmly believe that banning the use of these letters of the alphabet is the best way to stop people knowing anything about that other series” he squawked before burying his head back in the sand.
The Waterton Chronicle understands that Supercars is now contemplating banning the letter “S” and the number 5000.