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Feature: Holden’s 600 wins by the numbers

The cars and drivers that contributed to Holden’s 600 Australian Touring Car Championship/Supercars race wins.

01 May 2022

In its final season in the Australian Touring Car Championship/Supercars, Holden has become the first manufacturer to reach the 600-win milestone in championship history.

Despite being retired in 2020, the Holden name lived on in Supercars with the ZB Commodore being raced in 2022 before being replaced by the Chevrolet Camaro under the Gen3 rules in 2023.

Shane van Gisbergen scored Holden’s 600th win in Race 10 of the 2022 season in Perth, with the championship leader also in a strong position to give the Commodore an 18th and final drivers’ title, surpassing the tally of 17 championship wins of the Commodore’s former arch rival the Ford Falcon.

Holden wins per car and driver:

By car:

108: VF Commodore
103: VE Commodore
70: ZB Commodore
63: VT Commodore
45: VX Commodore
37: VZ Commodore
35: VS Commodore
27: VR Commodore
23: VY Commodore
17: Torana L34, Torana A9X, VP Commodore
8: VH Commodore
7: VB Commodore
6: Torana XU-1
4: HT Monaro, VC Commodore
2: HK Monaro, Torana SL/R5000, Torana LX SS, VK Commodore
1: VN Commodore

By driver:

91: Jamie Whincup
85: Craig Lowndes
80: Mark Skaife
59: Shane van Gisbergen
56: Garth Tander
46: Peter Brock
28: Greg Murphy
21: Russell Ingall
19: Todd Kelly
14: Jason Bright
12: Allan Grice, Rick Kelly
8: Bob Morris, Larry Perkins
7: Jason Bargwanna, James Courtney
6: Norm Beechey, Colin Bond, Will Davison, Paul Dumbrell, Steven Richards, Chaz Mostert
5: Fabian Coulthard
4: Jim Richards, David Reynolds, Nick Percat
3: Warren Luff, Jonathan Webb, Lee Holdsworth
2: John Harvey, Wayne Gardner Paul Morris, Tony Longhurst, Cameron McConville, Scott McLaughlin, Sebastien Bourdais, Tim Slade
1: Charlie O’Brien, Dean Canto, Ian Geoghegan, Jack Perkins, Jason Richards, Michael Caruso, Steve Owen, Alexandre Prémat, Luke Youlden, Scott Pye, Anton De Pasquale, Will Brown

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