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When Craig Lowndes left Holden in 2001 both camps gave a hugely passionate response. In 2010 when Lowndes and 888 signed with Holden nobody cared. VESA has successfully marketed on a rich Ford/Holden heritage and consequently sucked it dry. Fords wavering commitment to the sport made this decision easy, V8s now must start a complete image overhaul! Toyota won't enter. They were knocked back a few years ago when they actually wanted in. Now the tables are turned, I think 'Hybrid technology' is more marketable for them than a Bathurst victory. Hyundai - Wouldn't surprise me Infinity - I think this is a certainty In 1992 Japanese cars weren't welcome at Bathurst, will 2012 different?

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