Holden Wins 600 Celebration Limited Edition Print (PRE-ORDER)

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Please note: This print is available to pre-order. The print is due for release in late June 2022. Our pre-order status page contains the latest information, you can read more there.

Celebrating 600 ATCC/Supercars Race Wins

Holden has been a mainstay of the Australian Touring Car Championship since its inaugural race at Gnoo-Blas in 1960, when 17 cars, ranging from the 48-215 to the FJ and FE models, faced the starter. The dawn of the muscle car era brought Holden’s first championship race win, Norm Beechey downing a host of high-powered imports with his Holden Monaro GTS 327.

The wins kept coming as the championship transitioned into the Group C era in 1973, with a succession of Toranas and Commodores raced by heroes including Peter Brock, Colin Bond, Bob Morris and Allan Grice taking the marque to the top of the podium.

After a brief lull through the international Group A years, Holden struck back with the introduction of the five-litre V8 touring car rules in 1993 that put it head-to-head against traditional rival Ford. It was a battle that Holden’s teams and drivers fought fiercely, with legends like Brock, Larry Perkins and Jim Richards passing the torch to a new generation of stars led by Mark Skaife, Craig Lowndes, Garth Tander and Greg Murphy.

The cars they drove became synonymous with success: the VT Commodore set the pace for many seasons and through several model upgrades, before Holden’s ‘Billion Dollar Baby’, the VE Commodore, set a new record for wins surpassed only by its successor, the VF, campaigned by new stars led by Jamie Whincup and Shane van Gisbergen. Holden’s final Commodore, the ZB, secured the milestone 600th championship race win at Wanneroo Raceway in 2022 with Shane van Gisbergen’s triumph in Race 10.

Officially licensed by Holden, This amazing limited edition illustrated print features all the winning Holden ATCC/Supercars models. This print measures 1000mm X 590mm and will be printed on 250gsm matte paper using offset print technology in an limited edition.

Note: There may be minor changes to this artwork before delivery.