August 2009
Australian Auto Action;8/5/2009, Issue 1352, p15
The article comments on the incident in which Ford Motor Co. allowed the racing team TeamVodafone to go to GM Holden Ltd. It is stated that V8 Supercar racing is increasingly a sport/activity in its own right, not an arm of the automotive industry. It is noted that Ford has not done justice to fans by doing so with TeamVodafone. It is stated that Holden's move to secure TeamVodafone's services is 100 percent genius.


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