The historic touring cars are one of the more popular support races held during the annual Bathurst 1000 race meeting. One of the oldest but best-looking car on the track was an orange 1969 Monaro driven by Fred Brain.
Terry Thompson is a director of the ARDC, and has a long history in many things to do with cars and motoring, including the New South Wales Road Safety Advisory Council and a whole pile of motoring clubs, including the 48 and FJ. Holden Owners Club. [Read More]
General Motors is now seen as a pariah because of retiring the Holden brand in Australia. But David Brown reports that while GM has made some huge mistakes, there were times when they were good for Holden. [Read More]
There is an old adage about motor racing. “Race on Sunday; Sell on Monday”. This was one of those passionate mantras that seem to motivate Holden and Ford during the glory years of the long-distance production car racing at Bathurst in the late 60s and most of the 70s. [Read More]