, 2022-12-04 19:04:01,
Fans have long known that Holden would leave the sport eventually. In 2020, General Motors announced the Australian car company would close its doors that year.
Following several delays, Supercars will introduce its Gen3 regulations in 2023, which will usher in a new-look Ford Mustang and an all-new Chevrolet Camaro.
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The latter acts as the replacement for the current Gen2-specification Holden Commodore, a car no longer sold on Australian showroom floors.
The Camaro is another not currently sold domestically in Australia, but represents General Motors Specialty Vehicles’ presence in the motoring and motor racing landscape.
For Brock, he’s unsure whether dyed-in-the-wool Holden fans will necessarily jump ship to Chevrolet.
“The problem at the moment, I guess is you go ‘okay, this is the last of the Holden thing, what is next year going to be?’ Because a lot of fans are still Ford versus Holden,” Brock told Wide World of Sports.
“What are they going to be doing? Maybe it’s Chev vs Ford, I don’t know, but I guess it has to change in some way. I just hope it’s for the…
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