Top 10 Seasons
V8X Supercar Magazine|Winter 2020 Issue 117
Top 10 Seasons

10 1999

Craig Lowndes won his third championship despite missing a round through injury following a huge crash at Calder Park. With the debut of the Adelaide 500 and inclusion of the Bathurst 1000 in the championship for the first time, big grids ushered in a new era for the category.

9 1979

Holden drivers Peter Brock and Bob Morris won seven of the eight rounds between them, with the title fight going down to the season finale in Adelaide. Morris prevailed to claim the title for the privateer over the factory-backed star, overcoming the disappointment of a narrow defeat to Brock in 1978.

8 1981

Dick Johnson and Peter Brock fought it out for the title with the championship decided in a thrilling head-to-head battle at the finale at Lakeside. Johnson overcame race-long pressure from Brock to win the race and the title on home soil.

7 1971

A classic muscle-car battle saw the Ford Mustangs of Allan Moffat and Ian Geoghegan tussle with the Chevrolet Camaro of Bob Jane. The title was decided at the season finale at Oran Park with Jane scoring the race win and championship.

6 1990

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