Our nation’s fascination with supercars began 60 years ago with the running of the first Australian Touring Car Championship. To celebrate we are releasing the 60 Years of Supercars stamp pack.
The stamp pack contains 30 Map of Australia stamps from the Love to Celebrate stamp issue, together with photographs in the stamp tabs that highlight each champion car and driver – from 1960’s Jaguar Mark 1 3.4, driven by David McKay, to 2020’s Ford Mustang GT, driven by Scott McLaughlin.
Our nation's fascination with Supercars racing began 60 years ago with the running of the first Australian Touring Car Championship. It was a single-race title won by David McKay at Orange, NSW in a Jaguar.
Whilst the Jaguars dominated the early years, VS power took hold in 1965, when Norm Beechey won at Sandown in the first Ford Mustang brought to Australia. VS-engined cars have subsequently accounted for all but 10 titles.
A Holden Monaro GTS 350 ended a decade of dominance by British and American cars, when it won the ATCC in 1970. It was the first time an Australian-made car won and only the second year of the title being decided over a series of races. Fan loyalties between Holden and Ford have defined local car racing for half a century, especially in the Supercars era from the mid-1990s in which the Red Lion leads the Blue Oval. Overall, though, Ford leads the ATCC title winners tally.
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