The Commodore nameplate has been a dominant icon of Australian motorsport since its first touring car racing appearance in 1980, and in 2019 it celebrated the significant milestone of claiming its 500th championship race win.
Never before attempted, this 360 page, hardcover, limited edition collector’s book by award-winning author Aaron Noonan along with respected journalist Will Dale and publisher V8 Sleuth will include over 500+ photos, featuring every championship race-winning Commodore and much more.
Hot on the heels of last year’s sold-out ‘Holden at Bathurst: The Cars: 1963-2017’ and the previously released award-winning ‘Holden Racing Team, The Cars 1989-2016’ releases by the same author, this book will also be a limited edition collectors release and is bound to be very popular - so don’t miss out!
The new 500 Championship Race Wins For Holden Commodore book will feature:
- Rare and never-before-published photos of every Holden Commodore to win a championship race in the Australian Touring Car Championship / V8 Supercars / Supercars Championship series since 1980.
- Every winning car will be beautifully presented with a very impressive amount of data featured including:
- driver names
- team names
- model details
- race date, round and circuit
- starting position
- race time
- number of race laps
- second place driver/s
- margin to second
- race finish rate
- fast fact notes relating to each car
- Be produced in a numbered limited edition
- A detailed introduction chapter by Aaron Noonan
- Profiles and information highlighting the top 10 drivers with the most championship race wins in a Commodore
- Further statistical analysis and insights
- All of the iconic cars, teams and drivers to have ever won a championship race in a Commodore
Australian-made and printed in Australia via green printing methods, this book is a must-have for the collection of any Holden, motorsport, motoring or automotive enthusiast.
Availability: In Stock. Usually dispatched same business day from Sydney, Australia
Publication date: 30/10/2019
Country of publication: AUSTRALIA
Weight: 2100 g
Dimensions: 300mm X 240mm