SHANE van Gisbergen’s victory in Race 10 of the Repco Supercars Championship at Wanneroo Raceway on the weekend sealed the 600th race win for a Holden in the history of the Australian Touring Car Championship/Supercars Championship.

A licensed limited edition collector’s print has been produced to mark this unique milestone and it’s available to pre-order now from the V8 Sleuth Online Store here.

The numbered impressive print is set to be an instant favourite with Holden fans, celebrating some of the brand’s most memorable cars and drivers that have contributed to the 600 wins.

Highlighting the various models of Holden racing cars to have contributed to the 600 victories across Monaros, Toranas and Commodores, the print also celebrates the 10 most winning drivers aboard Holdens in championship history.

Seven-time Supercars Champion Jamie Whincup holds the record for most wins in a Holden in championship history, closely followed by Triple Eight teammate Craig Lowndes and five-time champion Mark Skaife.

The first ATCC race win by a Holden came on August 31, 1969 at Surfers Paradise when Norm Beechey took victory aboard a Monaro GTS 327.

Shane van Gisbergen and the Red Bull Ampol Racing team celebrate the milestone win. Photo: Nathan Wong.

Holden became the first brand to reach 600 race wins in ATCC/RSC history on Saturday night in Western Australia as van Gisbergen scored victory.

The Kiwi also won Holden’s 500th race – at Symmons Plains in 2016 – during his first season with Triple Eight Race Engineering.

Also announced this week is a limited edition, special liveried model Commodore with a unique one-off Holden 600 wins livery to mark the occasion.

Pre-order the model in 1:12, 1:18 or 1:43 scale online here via the V8 Sleuth Online Store.

V8 Sleuth strives to both preserve and celebrate Australian motorsport’s rich history, from tracking and tracing the race-by-race histories and changing ownership of individual cars, to capturing and retelling the stories of the people who made our sport what it is today.