Allan Moffat

Allan Moffat

Allan George Moffat, (born 10 November 1939 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada) is an Australian racing driver known for his four wins in the Australian Touring Car Championship, six wins in the Sandown 500 and his four wins in the Bathurst 500/1000. Moffat was inducted into the V8 Supercar Hall of Fame in 1999.

Moffat and his long-time friend and rival (and later co-driver) Peter Brock are the only drivers to have won The Great Race at Bathurst in both its 500 mile and 1000 kilometre formats.

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... In 1969 Canadian-born Allan Moffat joined the Ford team and became the team's No.1 driver ... The 1970 Bathurst race was a 1-2 victory for the Ford works team with Allan Moffat winning his first Bathurst 500 in a GTHO Phase 2 and team-mate Bruce ...
Allan Moffat - Career Results - Complete World Touring Car Championship Results
... Car 11 ... DC Points 1987 Allan Moffat Racing Holden VL Commodore SS Group A MNZ JAR DIJ NUR SPA BNO SIL NC 0 Ford Sierra RS Cosworth BAT CLD WEL FJI † Not ...
1974 Australian Touring Car Championship - Calendar
... International Raceway Melbourne, Victoria 7 April Allan Moffat Allan Moffat Racing 4 Amaroo Park Sydney, New South Wales 14 April Peter Brock Holden Dealer Team 5 Oran Park Raceway Sydney, New South Wales 28 ...
Surfers Paradise International Raceway - Major Races - Australian Touring Car Championship
... Driver Car Entrant Improved Production 1969 Norm Beechey Holden Monaro GTS327 Norm Beechey 1971 Allan Moffat Ford Boss 302 Mustang Team Coca-Cola AMR 1972 Bob Jane Chevrolet Camaro ZL-1 Bob Jane Racing Group C 1973 ...
V8 Supercar - Records
4 Jamie Whincup 4 ... Peter Brock 4 ... Holden Dealer Team/Advantage Racing 4 ... BMW 15 Allan Moffat 5 ... Allan Moffat 5 ... Glenn Seton 5 ... Gibson Motor Sport 35 5 ...

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