Australia is in shock after Peter Brock, the man who almost single-handedly created the enduring rivalry between the Holden and Ford badges, dies in a crash during a motor rally in Western Australia. “Holden management and employees today mourn the loss of Australian motor racing legend and one if its favorite sons, Peter Brock,” GM Holden Ltd. says in a statement. “Peter Brock was a fine ambassador for the Holden brand for almost 40 years as a racing car driver and tireless community ...

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