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Historic final Holden winner arrives at The Bend Motorsport Park

BROC FEENEY’S Triple Eight ZB Commodore which was etched in history as the last ever winning Holden at the 2022 VALO Adelaide 500 is now on display in The Bend Motorsport Park Welcome Centre.

Feeney broke through to win his first-ever race aboard the Triple Eight Race Engineering-built car that will now forever hold a significant place in Australian motorsport history.

The car has fittingly returned to the South Australian home of motorsport in the exact condition that it left the city circuit in December, adorned with the battle scars expected from a grueling Supercars Championship race.

Appropriately, this car which was also the Commodore that Australian Touring Car legend Jamie Whincup drove in his final full-time season in 2021 now sits just metres away from Whincup’s dual championship and 2012 Bathurst winning car affectionately known as “Kate”.

Together the pair add to a rolling display that continually tells the story of Australian and international motorsport whilst showcasing some of the finest vehicles manufactured throughout the world.

The Final Holden winner now sits amongst the 20-plus car and motorbike display boasting the likes of a Benetton B198 Formula 1 car, Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+, McLaren P1 GTR and the recently arrived GEN 2 ABB Formula E car.

The Bend Motorsport Park Welcome Centre is open 7 days a week and is FREE to enter for the general public, with the Apex Bar X Dining restaurant situated on level 1 at The Bend open Tuesday - Sunday for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner (Apex Bar X Dining WILL remain open for all Easter Public Holidays).

Broc Feeney, Red Bull Ampol Racing Driver:

“To have my very first Supercars race-winning car on display next to Jamie’s Championship-winning car “Kate” at The Bend Motorsport Park is really awesome. It’s even more special to think that this car was the last ever winning Holden supercar, and for it to now stay in South Australia, the home of Holden, is a really cool feeling. I’m looking forward to seeing it again when we race at The Bend later in the year.”

Alistair MacDonald, The Bend Motorsport Park CEO:

“The story that this car tells of Australian motorsport and our local car industry is one that we are thrilled to share with the proud South Australian public as well as the interstate travelers that flock here to The Bend on a daily basis.”

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