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Thread: RIP Peter Brock

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    RIP Peter Brock

    8 years today, will never be forgotten!

    What you say will be forgotten someday, what you do will be remembered!

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    And another.....

    What you say will be forgotten someday, what you do will be remembered!

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    Happy 70th Mr PB, never forgotten......
    What you say will be forgotten someday, what you do will be remembered!

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    I see Ch.10 are turning Bev's book into a tele movie for showing later in the year [ around Bathurst ? ] Bev is not happy although she sold the rights.

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    Hello John, I think a lot of people think she's just pissed that she won't be getting anything from it. Others may think differently, at the end of the day I just hope it's an excellent series and plays out just as it was. What's the chance of that though?
    Hope you have been well mate, Cheers Ben
    What you say will be forgotten someday, what you do will be remembered!

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    Loved that Bathurst start where he snaked it off the line & they all moved out of his way lol.

    The A9x was truly a remarkable car for its time too.

    Holden was blessed to have him as its main driver for so long.

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    2014 HSV GenF-GTS fitted with a Forced Induction Interchiller
    10.373 @135.70mph 29/May/2016
    V-Box Results 0-100km/h in 2.89sec
    V-Box Results 0-60mph in 2.76sec

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    just clicked on the hyperlink and watched a few old films, the 72 bathhurt is a great watch these old films are
    priceless pieces of australian history not much more australian than that, great 1.52 pit stop, chap runs out
    with a bucket of water to clean the windscreen Peter opens the door and has a chat to the media while
    the tyres are being changed. Makes me wonder if these old guys from the 70's know how much we respect
    them and forever thank them for what they did for motor racing in this country, not easy to put it into words,, cheers

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    Rip peter brock

    RIP PETER BROCK
    You will never been forgotten
    You inspired so many of us Holden fans
    Your a legend
    RIP mate

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    nine long years.
    forever king of the mountain.







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