Hall of Famer
- Apr 12, 2012
- AFL Club
Holden finally let's the Commodore rest in peace.
Hopefully move to GT3 or DTM rules.Where to now for Supercars?
Got the fans for now but 1 car make from 2022 will see all events at risk?
Maybe SUV supercars as these are more relevant?
Holden will end up being retired as a name as well.It's a shame but today really should have been announcing the cessation of the Insignia and Astra in Australia. The Commodore nameplate should have been laid to rest with the sad closure of Australian car manufacturing.
Holden's future unfortunately looks pretty bleak.
Agree with GT3 as its an internationally recognized category. Maybe custom tweek of rules and format to appeal to the general Australian public but other than that, make it happen.Hopefully move to GT3 or DTM rules.
Only thing that will save it considering that it's a series with rules based out of 1 very small country.
Then they just need Brabham to turn that BT62 into a Gt3 reg. There's your local hero car.Agree with GT3 as its an internationally recognized category. Maybe custom tweek of rules and format to appeal to the general Australian public but other than that, make it happen.
Its all over.The question now is, farewell to Holden or not?
FFS, Mercedes outsold them last month!
Holden, Australia wide, sold less than 3,000 cars. That’s not a viable model for such a retail network that Holden have.
The Commodore was the warrior for GMH over decades, but it’s demise has exposed their consumer offer as being very, very shallow.