60 Years of the Australian Touring Car Champions 1960/2020 2020 50c Colour Uncirculated - NISSAN SKYLINE R32 GT-R

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Australia enjoys an enduring love affair with Supercars racing, and this
year celebrates 60 years of the Australian Touring Car Championship. The
first Australian Touring Car Championship was held in 1960 at Gnoo Blas
NSW, where the single-race title was won by David McKay driving a
Jaguar.

An Australian-made car first won the ATCC in 1970 – the second year of
the title being decided over a series of races – when a Holden Monaro
GTS 350 ended a decade of dominance by British and American cars.

Australia enjoys an enduring love affair with Supercars racing, and this
year celebrates 60 years of the Australian Touring Car Championship. The
first Australian Touring Car Championship was held in 1960 at Gnoo Blas
NSW, where the single-race title was won by David McKay driving a
Jaguar.

An Australian-made car first won the ATCC in 1970 – the second year of
the title being decided over a series of races – when a Holden Monaro
GTS 350 ended a decade of dominance by British and American cars.

Jaguars dominated the early years, but V8 power took over in 1965,
when Norm Beechey won at Sandown in the first Ford Mustang brought
to Australia. V8-engined cars have subsequently accounted for all but 10
titles. Since the arrival of the Mustang in 1965, Australians have had a
passion for V8 engines that remains the foundation of the sport.
This fascination with V8s reached its zenith in the Supercars era from the
1990s to now, a Holden-versus-Ford era that has the Red Lion ahead
with 15 Supercars titles to the Blue Oval’s 12. However, over the total 60
years of the ATCC Ford leads with 26 titles to Holden’s 21.
In the hundreds of races since its humble beginnings in 1960, the ATCC
has created champions and legends through classic races and rivalries.

• Uncirculated coins in presentation cards featuring corresponding vehicle
model information
• The obverse features the effigy of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II
designed by Jodie Clark
• Australian legal tender