1994 Bathurst 3rd Place Larry Perkins / Gregg Hansford
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Gregg Hansford's last Bathurst
This was Gregg Hanford's last Bathurst before he was tragically killed in early 1995.
1994 Bathurst 1000 - What a race, what a finish.
Wheels Magazine voted the 1994 Bathurst 1000 to be the greatest of all time.
The number 11 Castrol Perkins Racing Holden VP Commodore, with Larry Perkins behind the wheel, qualified 5th but ultimately started in position 8 on the starting grid, losing 3 places in the Top Ten Shootout.
Race day turned out to be a day of rain, action and drama. The Ford duo of Dick Johnson and John Bowe triumphed in the most competitive touring car race held at Mount Panorama. With ten different leaders, one of them being the Larry Perkins and Gregg Hansford VP Commodore for a brief period, the classic came down to a sprint between John Bowe in the Shell FAI Falcon and twenty year old rookie Craig Lowndes in the Holden Racing Team Commodore he shared with Brad Jones.
1993 Great Race winners Larry Perkins and Gregg Hansford, took third place, while nine time winner Peter Brock came tantalizingly close until a high speed accident late in the event.
Comes brand new in the box Produced in die-cast metal with plastic parts