Supercars: Gen 3 Plans “Coming Along Nicely” As ‘Leethal’ Lee Sent To The Farm

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With the pelicans “running” Supercars still pretending the whole Mark Larkham thing is just a bad dream and doing f**k all about it “due to the holiday period”, they have miraculously managed to find time in their busy fishing schedules to f**k over Tickford and Lee Holdsworth. 

The news comes after Supercars, in their infinite wisdom, decided that issuing a new REC (Racing Entitlements Contract) to Tickford to allow Leethal to race in 2021 would jeopardize their plans to destroy the sport completely before the end of the year. 

The Waterton Chronicle managed to catch Head of Supercars Paulie the Parity Pelican at the marina just as he was heading out for another day of fishing, and sought comment. 

“Look mate, I’ll sort out Larko when I’m back from holidays!” Paulie screeched. 

When this reporter explained they were more interested in the logic behind Supercars’ decision not to issue even a revenue neutral REC that would have maybe helped keep a car on the grid, the pelican was more receptive. 

“Oh yeah. Well that was a super easy decision to be honest. As you might have noticed, over the last few years, we’ve been desperately trying to just fully bury the category entirely so we can focus on where the real money is, up and coming and washed up music acts.” Paulie squawked. 

The giant pelican went on to explain that they’re working hard to secure some big music acts for 2022 and beyond. 

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