One of the most-capped Supercars drivers, Todd Kelly retired at the end of the 2017 season.
The Bathurst winner began his career in Formula Ford against Garth Tander and Marcos Ambrose and was one of the original four Holden Young Lions in 1997.
Kelly then finished runner-up to now IndyCar legend Scott Dixon in Formula Holden in 1998.
A part-time Supercars program followed in 1999 as a Young Lion, and he took a maiden victory at Canberra one year later in an expanded schedule.
Kmart Racing gave Kelly his first full-time drive, in 2001 alongside Greg Murphy.
A move to the Holden Racing Team in 2003 to partner Mark Skaife came next and victories followed, including the Sandown 500 that year, and the Bathurst 1000 in '05.
The elder of the Kelly brothers, Todd spent 10 years with Walkinshaw Racing through the Young Lions, Kmart and HRT squads before moving to Larry Perkins' outfit in 2008.
With brother Rick, he established Kelly Racing in 2009, which brought Nissan into Supercars four years later with the Altima.