Chaz Mostert and Broc Feeney have given Holden its final wins in Supercars at the VALO Adelaide 500.
The return of the Adelaide 500 marked the final appearance for the Holden and the Commodore in Supercars before the arrival of the Gen3 rules and the Chevrolet Camaro to take on the Ford Mustang in 2023.
Fittingly, it was Holden’s last two factory-backed team that won the final two races for the brand, with Mostert winning for Walkinshaw Andretti United and Feeney for Triple Eight Race Engineering.
Mostert led home teammate Nick Percat in an action-packed Saturday race, with Mostert having to settle for second following a breakout performance by Feeney on Sunday.
Walkinshaw Andretti United ends a long association with General Motors and switches to Ford in 2023, while Feeney ended his full-time rookie season with victory.
“It’s been an awesome year, I felt like the win has always been close,” said Feeney.
“To get it at the last race in front of all these fans for Holden, it means so much. To everyone who’s supported me, it’s been one hell of a ride.
“In that race, I was out to show next year I can hopefully be a contender.”
Shane van Gisbergen was officially crowned champion after a record-breaking season.
With Declan Fraser taking out the Dunlop Super2 Series championship, it made Triple Eight Race Engineering the first team in history to win the Supercars drivers’ and teams’ championships, Bathurst 1000 and Super2 title in the same year.