1977 Australian Touring Car Championship - Teams and Drivers

Teams and Drivers

Drivers that competed in the 1977 Australian Touring Car Championship included the following:

Manufacturer Car model No Driver
Ford Falcon XB GT Hardtop
Falcon XC GS500
Allan Moffat
Ford Falcon XB GT Hardtop
Falcon XC GS500
2 Colin Bond
Holden Torana LH L34
Torana LX A9X
John Harvey
Holden Torana LH L34
Torana LX A9X
Peter Brock
Holden Torana LH L34
Torana LX A9X
6 Allan Grice
Holden Torana LH L34 7 Bob Morris
Ford Capri
Triumph Dolomite Sprint
Holden Torana LH L34 8 Charlie O'Brien
Ford Falcon XB GT Hardtop
Falcon XC GS500
17 Dick Johnson
Ford Falcon XB GT Hardtop
Falcon XC GS500
18 Murray Carter
Ford Falcon XB GT Hardtop
Falcon XC GS500
22 John Goss
Ford Capri George Adams
Holden Torana LH L34 Barry Allen
Ford Escort Mk.II RS2000 Lyndon Arnel
Holden Torana LH L34 Phil Arnull
Holden Torana LH L34 Graeme Blanchard
Holden Torana LJ XU-1 Neville Bridges
Holden Torana LH L34 Phil Brock
Mazda RX-3 Ross Burbidge
Ford Capri Alan Cant
Ford Escort Mk.II RS2000 Roger Cartwright
Honda Civic Ian Chilman
Mazda RX-3 David Clement
Holden Torana LH L34 Warren Cullen
Ford Escort Mk.I RS2000 Ray Cutchie
Volkswagen Golf GTi Rudi Dahlhauser
Ford Falcon XB GT Hardtop Ron Dickson
Holden Torana LH L34 Ian Diffen
Alfa Romeo GT1300 Junior Robin Dudfield
Mazda RX-3 Jim Duggan
Ford Capri Ray Farrar
Ford Capri John Faulkner
Alfa Romeo GTV 2000 Ron Gillard
BMW 2002tii Peter Granger
Alfa Romeo GTV 2000 Alf Grant
Alfa Romeo GTV 2000 Paul Gulson
Alfa Romeo GTV 2000 Ray Gulson
Mazda RX-3 Arthur Hardwick
Alfa Romeo Alfetta GTV Warwick Henderson
Volkswagen Golf GTi Chris Heyer
Alfa Romeo Alfetta GTV Peter Hopwood
Isuzu Gemini Dean Hill
Holden Torana LH L34
Torana LX A9X
Peter Janson
Ford Falcon XB GT Hardtop Jim Keogh
Triumph Dolomite Sprint Jim Laing-Peach
Fiat 128 3P Garry Leggatt
Mazda RX-3 Nick Louis
Ford Capri John Millyard
Alfa Romeo Alfetta GTV Jim Murcott
Holden Torana LX A9X Wayne Negus
Ford Capri Lawrie Nelson
Mazda RX-3 Ben Penhall
Honda Civic Matthew Phillip
Alfa Romeo Alfetta GTV Frank Porter
Holden Torana LJ XU-1 Brian Potts
Triumph Dolomite Sprint Ralph Radburn
Honda Civic Brian Reed
Alfa Romeo GTV 2000 Gordon Rich
Ford Falcon XB GT Hardtop Jim Richards
Holden Torana LJ XU-1 Graham Ryan
Ford Capri Barry Seton
Ford Capri Russell Skaife
Ford Escort Mk.I RS2000 Rod Stevens
Holden Torana LH L34 Alan Taylor
Ford Escort Mk.II RS2000 Greg Toepfer
Holden Torana LH L34 Basil van Rooyen
Ford Capri Geoff Wade
Mazda RX-3 Barry Wheeler
Holden Torana LH L34 Garth Wigston
Toyota Celica Peter Williamson
Holden Torana LJ XU-1 Graeme Wilson
Mazda RX-3 Russell Worthington
Three litre class competitors

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