Winning Camaros placed on display after 2023 season
Erebus car, Team 18 and MSR Camaros on display after historic years
Kai Allen Super2 title winner also placed on display
A number of championship- and race-winning Supercars have been placed on display around Australia following the 2023 season.
The 2023 Repco Supercars Championship was the first of the Gen3 era, with teams and drivers ticking off a number of 'firsts' in the historic season.
Erebus Motorsport has the honour of building the first championship-winning car of the new era, which has been put on display in outer Melbourne.
The Coca-Cola backed Chevrolet squad won 10 races and scored 14 poles in a superb campaign, which culminated in a maiden title triumph for Brodie Kostecki.
Kostecki's car, chassis EM05, has taken pride of place at Heriateg Auto Group at Lilydale in Melbourne's outer north-east.
The car is still dressed in confetti following Kostecki's title-sealing run at the VAILO Adelaide 500 last month. The #99 Camaro was put on display at Supercars' season-ending Gala Awards following the Adelaide race.
It was an historic year for Matt Stone Racing and Team 18, with both teams placing their maiden race-winning cars on display.
The #18 DEWALT Camaro that Mark Winterbottom raced to Team 18's first win, and his first win since 2016, was taken to Barry Bourke Motors in Berwick.
MSR, meanwhile, placed Jack Le Brocq's #34 Truck Assist Camaro at Village Motors at North Lates in Queensland. The MSR Chevrolet delivered the team's first pole and win on the same day at Hidden Valley, a day after Winterbottom's victory.
Down in South Australia, Kai Allen's Dunlop Super Series title-winning ZB Commodore has also been placed on display.
Allen, 18, became the youngest ever Super2 champion in Adelaide aboard a former Triple Eight Holden, chassis 888A-052, which was raced by Shane van Gisbergen in 2018 and 2019.
The now Eggleston Commodore was put on display at Aloha Accommodation cafe alongside some prized Toranas in Allen's native Mount Gambier.
Allen is set to defend his Super2 title in 2024, with the new Supercars and Dunlop Series seasons to commence at the Thrifty Bathurst 500 on February 23-25.