Ford Falcons and Holden Commodores have battled on and off the track for more than three decades, but their time on the road may be limited.
According to a recent report in News Limited papers in Australia, Ford and Holden could end production of their long-standing Falcon and Commodore brands in 2016.
If this is the case, it is certain to change the face of V8 Supercar racing.
With the small-sized and SUV cars taking a stranglehold of the automotive marketplace in Australia, the writing may be on the wall for racing large V8 sedans.
Can V8 Supercars survive without a ‘Falcon’ or ‘Commodore’ in the race? Would you continue to support the racing if Ford entered a Mondeo or if Holden raced a Cruze?
Vote now on this week’s edition of the Pirtek Poll …