Today was by far the hardest day for us in the Global Green Challenge, but the HSV Maloo pulled through.
Phew! That’s all we could say as we rolled into Adelaide today (Thursday 29 October), completely exhausted.
After a good night’s sleep in an opel cave motel in the old mining town of Coober Pedy, we hit the road an hour earlier than normal today (Wednesday 28 October).
After the dramas of the night before, teams were digesting the re-calculated results over their breakfast in Alice Springs this morning (Tuesday 27 October).
There was a big dust up on the Global Green Challenge yesterday, which completed leg three from Tennant Creek to Alice Springs.
The earth moved for the entire Global Green Challenge field today. Literally.
Hot, hot, hot. That's the only way to describe Day One of the 2009 Global Green Challenge, which set off from Darwin today (Saturday 24 October) in sweltering heat and humidity.
HSV engineer Gerry Bechet and motoring editor Joshua Dowling with HSV Maloo R8 on eve of GCC at Hidden Valley near Darwin.
A Holden Special Vehicles (HSV) Maloo R8 Ute headlines the field for this year’s Global Green Challenge, which begins in Darwin on Saturday (October 24).
Holden Special Vehicles has launched a mobile friendly version of the all new E2 website allowing the HSV enthusiast to keep up to date with all the latest news on the run.
Holden Special Vehicles today unveiled the all new E Series 2 (E2) range featuring several Australian production car firsts, a significant new design theme and a number of new driver features for Australia's favourite luxury and performance car company.
The HSV Engineering story behind E2 began not long after the release of E Series in August 2006.
HSV Chief of Design and Styling, Julian Quincey, said work on sketching E2 began in early 2007, not long after the original E Series began delivering record sales for HSV.