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HOLDEN ZB COMMODORE - RED BULL AMPOL RACING - VAN GISBERGEN #97 - 2022 ITM Auckland Supersprint (Last Race at Pukekohe) - 1:43 Scale Diecast Model Car

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  • HOLDEN ZB COMMODORE
  • RED BULL AMPOL RACING
  • VAN GISBERGEN #97
  • 2022 ITM Auckland Supersprint (Last Race at Pukekohe)
  • 1:43 Scale Diecast Model Car
  • Limited edition of 400 units.

Peter Brock died weeks before the 2006 race in an accident during the Targa West rally in Western Australia. Following this, Supercars announced that from 2006 onwards, the drivers in the Bathurst 1000 would be racing to win the Peter Brock Trophy. The 2006 event
also honoured Brock with special tributes; including the front row of the starting grid being left vacant, all cars bearing an '05' number sticker made famous by Brock, and a champions' lap of honour featuring Brock's past co-drivers parading in cars that Brock won
Bathurst with.

The trophy, manufactured by Hardy Brothers, is inscribed with the words "King of the Mountain", a long-time nickname of Brock's. It weighs 2.5 kg (6 lb) and stands 50 centimetres (20 in) tall.[33] Craig Lowndes, a long time mentee of Brock, has won the trophy a record
six times since its inception.

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Downies Collectables

HOLDEN ZB COMMODORE - RED BULL AMPOL RACING - VAN GISBERGEN #97 - 2022 ITM Auckland Supersprint (Last Race at Pukekohe) - 1:43 Scale Diecast Model Car

$99.00 AUD

Peter Brock died weeks before the 2006 race in an accident during the Targa West rally in Western Australia. Following this, Supercars announced that from 2006 onwards, the drivers in the Bathurst 1000 would be racing to win the Peter Brock Trophy. The 2006 event
also honoured Brock with special tributes; including the front row of the starting grid being left vacant, all cars bearing an '05' number sticker made famous by Brock, and a champions' lap of honour featuring Brock's past co-drivers parading in cars that Brock won
Bathurst with.

The trophy, manufactured by Hardy Brothers, is inscribed with the words "King of the Mountain", a long-time nickname of Brock's. It weighs 2.5 kg (6 lb) and stands 50 centimetres (20 in) tall.[33] Craig Lowndes, a long time mentee of Brock, has won the trophy a record
six times since its inception.

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