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The Supercars “organisation” has tonight used Round 9 of the BP Supercars All Stars E-Series to try to convince their remaining fans that oval racing is the future, in what some are saying is an attempt to soften the blow when the series eventually carks it sometime in the near future.
Despite having literally hundreds of virtual actual race tracks available on iRacing, the powers that be for some reason decided it was a good idea to run the entire round at Michigan International Speedway, a circuit with a mammoth four turns, all left, and one sort of braking zone.
Head of Supercars Paulie the Parity Pelican told The Waterton Chronicle he is pleased with the progress Supercars is making and “excited for the future”.
“Yeah, we’ve had some issues since Holden bailed out last year, but we’re pretty confident we can show our fans how good ovals are, and then they’ll all keep their Foxtel subscriptions once we get the NASCAR series back.” squawked the seabird.
“The future of our sport is NASCAR.” he added.
Paulie went on to explain that with Holden no longer in the series, and no other manufacturers keen to get involved in a series that attempts to manufacture results with constant rule changes, it’s just easier for everyone if they go watch something else.
“Boogity Boogity Boogity!” he explained.