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Holden will bow out of the sport following the Valo Adelaide 500, 62 years after featuring on the Australian Touring Car Championship grid in the first-ever running of the competition.
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To mark Holden's last Supercars round, a revised livery will be run on both Shane van Gisbergen and Broc Feeney's ZB Commodores.
The reveal took place in front of a large contingent of Holden owners and trade customers at Peter Page General Motors Trade Parts in Adelaide.
Triple Eight famously switched from Ford to Holden at the beginning of the 2010 Supercars season, before becoming the factory Holden team from 2017 to 2020.
Team boss, Jamie Whincup, spoke of the tribute livery's significance.
“There's certainly no underestimating the significance of this year's Adelaide 500 – the last Supercars Championship event for the roaring Lion,” said Whincup.
“Seeing the Holden badge cross the finish line for the final time on Sunday on its home soil will no doubt pull a heartstring.
“Triple Eight's relationship with Holden started in 2010, and we've shared so much success over that time; 189 wins, 10 manufacturers titles, eight Drivers' Championships and six Bathurst 1000 wins to name a few.
“Triple Eight, General Motors, and Supercars have put in a mammoth effort over the past three years to get this project on the track for the beginning of the 2023 season, and I can't wait to be part of the Camaro vs Mustang rivalry into the future.”
Cars will hit the track for Practice 1 on Thursday at 15:55 local time/16:25 AEDT.