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Win 1 of 5 Peter Brock Biographies!

31 Aug 2016 News

Win 1 of 5 Peter Brock biographies!

Quiz Time! Test your Peter Brock knowledge and WIN!

The Brocky quiz is now closed!

Congratulations to our 5 winners!

M. Rogers from QLD,
A. Marsden from QLD,
D. Trouchet from WA
A. Baker from NSW
M. Bailey from NSW

In case you missed it, here are the answers you’ve been waiting for!

Q: What year did Peter Brock win a World Touring Car Championship race, and at what track?

A: 1987, Mount Panorama

Q: Who drove alongside Peter Brock in his last victory at Bathurst?

A: Greg Murphy, Jason Bright, Todd Kelly

Q: What year did Peter Brock drive as a factory Volvo driver, what was his best result that year, at which track?

A: 1996, 2nd, Lakeside

Q: How many different models of Holden Commodore did Brock race in the Australian Touring Car Championship / V8 Supercars?

A: 11 (VB, VC, VH, VK, VL, VN, VP, VR, VS, VX, VY)

Q: Where did Peter Brock finish in the championship in his final full-time season of racing in the Australian Touring Championship, and at what track did he claim his last round victory?

A: 6th, Barbagello Raceway

Winners announced 17 October.

More about the prize? 

Here’s your chance to win 1 of 5 BROCKY biographies signed by the author and long-time friend of Brock, David Hassall.

Peter Brock


When Peter Brock was tragically killed in 2006, the outpouring of grief from around Australia revealed how this charismatic hero had touched the nation like few other sporting champions. He transcended his own sport through his movie star looks and the power of his personality, but it was on great race circuits like Bathurst that the legend was forged.

BROCKY is his very own story. Most of it was written before his death, and was checked and approved by the man himself. It is therefore as close to an authorised biography as there can be. This is the story of his life in top gear, as he wanted it told.

Written by long-time friend and collaborator David Hassall, an award-winning motoring journalist, the book covers his turbulent relationship with Holden, the infamous Polarizer and recalls all the great races that made the Brock legend, taking you behind the scenes of an intriguing and often controversial sport.