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Peter Brock HDT Group C Commodore 1/4 mile

Rare footage of Brocky having a drive down the 1/4 mile in around 1982? http://www.southcoastraceway.com


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John Harvey 11.83 1/4 mile
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Brocky's last leg of Targa west 2006
Final leg he competed in, the following leg he tragically passed in a accident.

Tribute to Peter Brock
I have seen many great tributes to Peter Brock and have been meaning for some time to put together one of my own, and here it is finally. Yes, my blood runs blue, I am a die hard Ford fan, but Peter did what no other driver has ever been able to do - he brought together Holden and Ford fans, united in grief at his loss. Please feel free to rate and comment but derogatory comments will be deleted immediately so don't bother. Background music is "Is this the end" by Creed and no I don't own the copyright to the music or any pictures, but they have been used simply to honour this truly great individual.


Peter Brock / Larry Perkins 1991 Tooheys Top10 Shootout Full
Peter Brocks Top 10 Shootout lap from 1991 Tooheys 1000 Complete and uncut, followed by Larry Perkins' lap.

HDT Brock Commodores Race Of Champions
HDT VC Brock Commodore Race of Champions held at Bob Jane's Calder Park Raceway in 1980. Footage from old Channel 9 Wide World Of Sports TV Show. Bob Jane negotiated successfully to have the Australian GP staged at his own Calder Park circuit on November 16, 1980 and as well as bringing Jones and his Championship-winning Williams-Cosworth FW07 back home, also invited rising Italian F1 star Bruno Giacomelli in his V12 Alfa Romeo 179 and French Ligier F1 driver Didier Pironi, to drive a leased Elfin F5000 car. Local drivers in other F5000 cars made up the rest of the field. To promote their ground-breaking coverage of F1 racing at the time, the Nine Network agreed to telecast the AGP meeting live across Australia not only the F1 race, but a proposed Race of Champions event with 12 of the top drivers competing against each other in two races driving identical cars. Peter Brock jumped at the opportunity to provide these cars, as coming hot on the heels of his inaugural Bathurst victory in a Commodore the previous month, it provided an unrivalled opportunity to promote his new cars to a national audience. Twelve early-production HDT cars were selected for the race all with manual gearboxes: one Tuxedo black, two Firethorn Red and the rest Palais White the only three colours available in the new Brock range. Apart from mandatory safety equipment like alloy half roll-cages, safety harnesses and fire extinguishers the cars were otherwise identical to the HDT Commodores already trickling into Holden showrooms around the country. The only exception was their three-spoke Momo steering wheels, which were crudely hand-engraved with each cars SV (Special Vehicle) number, which also matched their racing number. Because the event was billed as the Race of Champions, the 12 cars prepared for the event were referred to as HDT ROC Commodores. The allocation of cars to the cast of champion drivers for the two Race of Champion events one on Saturday and the other on Sunday was decided by a ballot on Friday and this is how they lined up: RoC SV1 (white) Charlie OBrien; RoC SV2 (white) Tony Edmondson; RoC SV3 (white) Dick Johnson; RoC SV4 (white) Bob Jane; RoC SV5 (white) Kevin Bartlett; RoC SV6 (red) John Bowe; RoC SV7 (black) Peter Brock; RoC SV8 (white) Jim Richards; RoC SV9 (white) Didier Pironi; RoC SV10 (white) Colin Bond; RoC SV11 (red) Jack Brabham; RoC SV12 (red) John Harvey. However only 11 of the 12 cars actually raced, as the one intended for John Harvey suffered engine problems and was withdrawn. The grid for the first race was in number order, with OBrien on pole and Brabham on the back and when the flag dropped, it was on for young and old. It was meant to be a fun race, but John Bowe, who finished second behind eventual winner Kevin Bartlett in Saturdays 10-lapper, said it was massively serious for those behind the wheel. After the event, the 11 race cars were repaired by HDT Special Vehicles, their race and sponsorship stickers removed and were offered for sale by tender to authorised HDT Commodore dealers, with their odometers reading from 379-935km. Perhaps surprisingly, they were not in particularly high demand at the time and sold for around $15-20,000, with the cars driven by Brock, Brabham and Johnson believed to have achieved the highest prices. The triple World Champions SV11 car reportedly made $18,500. Above Details From http://www.uniquecarsmag.com.au/news-and-reviews/article/articleid/41865.as px

One Lap Race of Bathurst - Speed Comparison between Holdens - Peter Brock Mark Skaife
A one lap race at Mount Panorama, Bathurst between a 1979 Holden A9X Torana, a 2004 Holden VZ SS Commodore & a 2004 Holden VZ Commodore V8 Supercar. It's interesting to see how far racing technology has progressed. The V8 Supercar happens to be the same car as my 1/6th Radio controlled version, as featured in some of my other clips.

Peter Brock Bathurst 1979, Last Lap in the A9X.
The legendary last lap of the 1979 Bathurst enduro. Peter Brock takes the race win by a massive six lap lead, setting a new lap record on this final lap. Enjoy this great sporting moment...

Craig Lowndes vs Jamie Whincup Drag Race Final (Winternationals 09)
The third drag race, where Craig Lowndes finally gets the car moving smoothly off the line. Good on Team Vodafone for letting these 2 awesome V8 supercars come down to the drags and fry some clutches! Sorry for the poor quality video, the letterboxing was done by my DVD camera

Bathurst 1984 - Peter Brock '05' Lap.
Legendary VK.

CarTorque Episode 11: Group C Holden Commodore
Affectionally known as 'Elvis', this former Grice & Bond Group C racer got its name following the many 'hits' it had throughout its racing history. This stunningly presented car is raced as hard today in the Group C historic category as it was back in the 80's.

1979 Bathurst Peter Brock's Hardies Hero Lap (Super100mph)
Rare footage from our 1979 pre-race build up footage which was the end of an era, Peter Brock's last year at Bathurst with the A9X two door Torana, he was simply uncatchable! Plus a tribute to Ivan Stibbard ARDC who garnered an impeccable reputation as the chief administrator of Australia's greatest motor race, the Bathurst 1000 with a rare interview with none other than . http://www.speedcafe.com/2014/01/21/vale-ivan-stibbard/ Motor racing is an international language.

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1985 Holden Commodore VK: 9.270 @ 145.850
Nick Zamagias, Engine: Ls3 416ci, Supercharger: - Turbos: - Tires: Goodyear 28x9.0x15

1988 Holden Commodore : 9.930 @ 142.000
Eddie Yilmaz, Engine: 3.3ltr, Tires: 17 incg

1982 Holden Commodore VH GROUP 3: 10.680 @ 126.500
MANUEL M, Engine: HOLDEN 383,

1995 Holden Commodore VR: 10.710 @ 128.300
trent, Engine: 355, Tires: 225/245/35/20

2003 Holden Commodore SV8: 10.765 @ 126.010
Mark H, Engine: 346 LS1, Tires: MT Drag Radials

1996 Holden Commodore calais: 10.938 @ 147.000
john princi, Engine: V6, Supercharger: capa vortex Tires: pirelli p-zeros

2001 Holden Commodore vx ss: 11.280 @ 119.520
Robbie, Engine: 346 ci, Tires: 235/60/15 mt et street

2000 Holden Commodore VX Calais Series 1: 12.749 @ 106.760
Scruffy, Engine: LS1, Supercharger: No Turbos: No Tires: Pirelli P7

1986 Holden Commodore VK: 12.782 @ 107.440
Frazer O'Reilly, Engine: injected 304 v8, Supercharger: STA under bonnet Turbos: N/A Tires: 235/40/18, 26/10.5/16 et streets

2002 Holden Commodore VX 2 Calais: 13.249 @ 105.410
Vxchev, Engine: LS1, Tires: 235/45/17

2007 Holden Commodore SSv ute: 13.654 @ 102.630

1984 Holden Commodore vk: 14.179 @ 95.070
jack perry, Engine: holden 308,

1986 Holden Commodore VL Turbo: 15.030 @ 91.000
Scott, Engine: RB30ET, Turbos: 1 STANDARD

1997 Holden Commodore vs ss 5L: 15.126 @ 90.000
marie christoforou, Engine: stock,

1989 Holden Commodore S-Pak: 16.150 @ 90.300
Ichard, Engine: 3800 V6, Supercharger: N/A Turbos: N/A Tires: Bob Jane All-rounder (front), dunlop SP Sport (rea


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