Simon not sorry; Ford not happy

December 2010
Australian Auto Action;12/15/2010, Issue 1421, p4
The article presents information on the criticism faced by Simon McNamara, manager of Holden Motorsport, from Ford fans, who have bombarded Auto Actions Flatchat inbox and Facebook page.


Related Articles

  • NO BOLD PREDICTIONS. FOGARTY, MARK // Australian Auto Action;1/26/2011, Issue 1425, p4 

    The article reports that according to Simon McNamara, Holden Motors' manager, who predicted that his team would dominate the 2010 season, shied away from making any predictions and just wants his team to win races in 2011.

  • SIMON ONLY 'SORRY' IF COURTNEY WINS. Campbell, Dylan // Australian Auto Action;6/9/2010, Issue 1394, p3 

    The article reports on the controversial prediction of Simon McNamara, the man in charge of Holden Motorsport, that Holden would win everything in 2010, after hiring star squad TeamVodafone to the Holden ranks.

  • A MOUNTAIN TO CLIMB. A. M. // Australian Auto Action;2/29/2012, Issue 1480, p4 

    The article reports that according to Simon McNamara, manager of Holden Motorsports, automaker Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. will have to do lots of things before joining the V8 Supercars grid in 2013, and he is happy to have more competition in the category.

  • McNIGHTMARA? Fogarty, Mark // Australian Auto Action;2/10/2010, Issue 1377, p15 

    The author reflects on Simon McNamara, manager of General Motor Corp. Holden Motorsport, remarks on the firm's numerical superiority of V8 Supercars season in Australia. The author believes that his comments are unlikely for a car company executive because he boastfully anticipates its success...

  • Lion defends its V8 territory. Fogarty, Mark // Australian Auto Action;3/24/2010, Issue 1383, p4 

    The article reports that Simon McNamara, manager of Holden Motorsport, is not happy with V8 Supercars supremo Tony Cochrane's decision to allow other manufacturers from 2012 under the Car Of The Future rules. Earlier Cochrane claimed that both the manufacturers Holden and Ford supported his...

  • No nostrils for Lion racers. D. C. // Australian Auto Action;9/23/2009, Issue 1359, p4 

    The article offers information on the possibility of alterations in the models of Commodore V8 Supercars of Holden Motorsport. It is stated that the suggestions that the bonnets of Commodore V8 Supercars would adopt the new Holden Special Vehicle's (HSV) twin nostrils are not true. According to...

  • HOLDEN'S GENERAL IDEA. R. L. // Australian Auto Action;4/3/2013, Issue 1535, p6 

    The article reports that according to Holden Motorsport Media Manager Gerald McDornan, the manufacturer is likely to use Chevrolet badges on its cars at V8 Supercars' Austin 400 racing event at the Circuit of The Americas in Texas in May 2013.

  • Editor's letter. BUTLER, GLENN // Wheels;Jan2015, p9 

    An introduction to an article on automobile company Holden Motorsport is presented.

  • LESS RED? NO PROBLEMS. Margeit, Rob // Australian Auto Action;2/10/2010, Issue 1377, p4 

    The article offers information on the remarks of Simon McNamara, boss of Holden Motorsport, on the lack of signage of TeamVodafone's new VE Commodores cars in Australia.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics