HSV Ambassadors

At HSV, our owners are our best Ambassadors. They love their cars and everything about our high performance and luxury car company.

We are also privileged to be involved with a range of high profile sportsmen who are just as passionate about HSV.

Cameron Smith


Over the course of his illustrious career, Cameron has proven to be one of the most consistent performers the game has ever seen and is widely regarded as one of the world’s best players.

Since making his debut for Melbourne in Round 2, 2002, Cameron has made the Melbourne Storm, Queensland and Australian number nine jersey his own. His durability and leadership have become highly-acclaimed features of his game as he has compiled an impressive list of honours to date.

2003 saw Cameron win the Melbourne Storm Rookie of the Year Award as well as his first Queensland Origin cap at the tender age of 20. He went on to win the Storm Player of the Year Award in 2005 before his career really took off the following year.

2006 saw Cameron make his international debut for the Kangaroos, take home both the Storm Player of the Year and Dally M Awards and lead his club to its first of four consecutive NRL Grand Final appearances.

Cameron continued his great form through 2007 where he took home the Wally Lewis Medal for the State of Origin Player of the Series. He also captained the Storm to the Premiership and won the prestigious Golden Boot Award, recognising him as the best player in the world.

The accolades have continued to pour in for Cameron in recent years. He has since enhanced his leadership credentials by captaining both Queensland and Australia. 2011 saw him receive another Wally Lewis Medal, he won the Dally M Hooker and Captain of the Year honours and was also named Hooker of the Year at the RLIF Awards. And, in 2013, he added yet another Melbourne Storm “Player of the Year” award, a further three Dally M awards and captaincy of the Kangaroos for the Rugby League World Cup to his impressive list of achievements.

Queensland's win in Game III of the 2014 State of Origin series made Cameron the first player in State of Origin history to win 20 games. In the 2015 Origin Series opening game, Cameron Smith was awarded “Man of the Match” for the fifth time in his Origin career and the series also saw him equal the record for most State of Origin games played. Then, on 17 July 2015, Cameron became the Melbourne Storms' first 300-game player and only the 24th player in the history of the NRL to achieve such a feat.

In 2016, Cameron was awarded his sixth man of the match award in Origin 2 and the Wally Lewis medal as the player of the series for the fourth time at series end.

A champion both on and off the field, in his HSV, Cameron is ready to tackle anything life throws his way!

Greg Murphy


Like most V8 Supercar drivers, Murph started out in karts before moving into V8 Supercars. He moved from New Zealand to Australia to race Formula Holden open-wheelers and began to race with Audi Sport Australia while competing in V8 Supercar endurance events with Craig Lowndes and the Holden Racing Team.

In 2001, Murph joined the Kmart Racing Team where he stayed until the end of 2004. During this period, Murph won Bathurst a third and fourth time in 2003 and 2004. At the time, his 2003 Bathurst qualifying lap time of 2.06.8594 was the fastest lap ever recorded at the Mount Panorama Circuit. Colloquially referred to as “The Lap of the Gods”, it is widely regarded as one of the finest moments in Bathurst folklore.

Today, Murph is a prominent motorsport media commentator on both sides of the Tasman, and, we’re proud to acknowledge him as an official HSV ambassador.

Robbie “Maddo” Maddison


Robbie likes to joke that he was born on a bike and came into the world doing a no-hander onto the delivery table. It's not far from the truth.

He started riding at age four and racing at six, and became Australia's national amateur champion at 16. "I had to make a tough decision about whether to turn pro and try to make a go of it on the professional racing circuit," he says. "In the end, I took an apprenticeship as an electrician instead. Then, one day in 2002, I'm looking in a magazine and I see pictures of a few of my old heroes doing this new sport of FMX, just crazy stuff. I got out on my bike and started messing around with some old tricks and trying some new ones and I was hooked."

He and his motorcycle have been bending the laws of physics ever since, jumping over, on, off or through some of the most incredible things your mind can imagine. He's jumped over a football field, held world records for longest distance jumped on a motorcycle, he jumped onto a replica of the Arc de Triomphe, then just for fun, jumped back down. He back flipped over the opened Tower Bridge in London, leapt over 300 feet across the Corinth Canal and jumped close to 400 feet over the San Diego Harbour with friend Levi Lavallee on a snowmobile next to him.

Most recently, Robbie set out to blur the lines of what's been done before and what's only been dreamt of. In an attempt to fulfil a 3-year long 'pipe dream', he rode his dirt bike on the powerful and iconic waves of Tahiti.

Since joining HSV as a brand ambassador, Robbie’s vehicle of choice has been the Maloo. In his HSV, Robbie takes a back seat to no one!