There's no doubt that Peter Brock remains, even after his passing, the 'King of the Mountain. The nine-time Bathurst winner was loved by his throngs of fans and his achievements in a variety of cars - namely Holdens - are the stuff of legends. We have a wide variety of Brock images in our archive and have selected a range of special shots here in this dedicated gallery. There are other Brock images in specific racing categories and event galleries but this gallery features a wide selection of the man, his machines and amazing moments from his career.
The three-time Formula 1 World Champion in 1959, 1960 and 1966 is a legend of Australian and world motorsport. His feat of winning the World Championship in a car of his own construction (in 1966) is something that will likely be never achieved again.
'Big Rev Kev' was a star of Australian open wheeler racing and also achieved a great deal in touring cars and sportscars. Best known for being a multiple Gold Star victor and Bathurst 1000 pole-sitter (twice!) in the Channel 9 Camaro, 'KB' is a legend of the sport.
The laughing cavalier! A former Australian Rally Champion, Bondy was just as good on the bitumen as he was on the dirt. The 1969 Bathurst 500 winner for the Holden Dealer Team and 1975 Australian Touring Car Championship for the same squad, 'CB' raced a wide variety of cars over his stellar career.
A collection of headshots, unclose portraits and much more of some of the most well known (and perhaps not as well known!) motorsport identities from a wide variety of years.
A two-time Bathurst 1000 winner, 'Gricey' raced all sorts of cars in all sorts of places. Our AN1 Images archive covers his extensive touring car career plus plenty of other types of racing and cars in which he competed.
The 1980 Formula 1 World Champion, Alan Jones remains a legend of Australian motorsport. A star in open wheelers and virtually everything else he drove, Jones became just the second Australian World Drivers Champion with the Williams team. He made a return to F1 in the mid 1980s before settling back in Australia with touring cars.
The four-time Bathurst winner and four-time Australian Touring Car Champion sure was a polarising figure during his career but there's no doubt he's a legend of the sport. A great friend of AN1 Images, the naturalised Australian performed in all sorts of cars in all corners of the globe. Ford fans cheered for him loud and proud in the 1960s and 1970s before he drove Mazdas and, gasp, even a HDT Commodore for old adversary Peter Brock!
The evergreen expat Kiwi has become a legend of Australasian motorsport with wins and success in just about every category he has competed in. From his first Bathurst 1000 start in 1974 he's also proven to be a very handy steerer in wet conditions!
A five-time Australian Touring Car Champion and three-time winner of the Bathurst 1000, Queenslander Dick Johnson is one of the most popular figures ever seen in Aussie racing. The laconic Ford ace is a Hall of Famer and the story of his car crashing into a stationary rock on the track at Mount Panorama in 1980 is the stuff of legends.
The 'Kid from Cowangie' who rose all the way through open wheelers into Formula 1, Larry Perkins is very much an Australian racing legend. A six-time Bathurst 1000 winner (three times with his own team), Perkins is one of the finest driver/engineers the country has ever seen.