THE 1992 Tooheys 1000 at Mount Panorama, Bathurst remains a special race in the history of The Great Race with the full Seven Sport race day telecast released here for the first time as part of the popular Seven Sport s Magic Moments of Motorsport DVD series. The 1992 race was the 30th running of the annual October classic and marked the final Bathurst for the turbocharged Nissan GT-Rs dubbed Godzilla and the long-serving Ford Sierra RS500 Cosworth, as Australia prepared to move to an all-V8 Holden and Ford formula for the following year. This race gave fans a view to the future with four of the new winged cars entered three Commodores (two from the Holden Racing Team and one from Peter Brock s Mobil team) and a sold Ford Falcon V8 run by Glenn Seton s team. It marked the first Falcon V8 to compete in a Bathurst 1000 in eight years! But this race was all about the wet weather and controversial ending that saw winner Jim Richards give the fans a huge verbal spray during the podium presentation, one that has become part of Mount Panorama folklore! He and Mark Skaife came out victorious on a wild and wet day on the Mountain, a day also marked with sadness given the passing (due to a heart attack) of 1967 Formula 1 World Champion Denny Hulme mid-race while at the wheel of a BMW M3. Included on this release is the full race day telecast, including the pre-race festivities, highlights of the Tooheys Top 10 Shootout, the pit stop competition and then the main course , the 161-lap Mountain classic. This release also includes a range of unseen vision too. We have included on this DVD the race action that unfolded while television viewers of the day were busy watching commercials!This DVD is a must-have for your collection of Seven Sport Magic Moments of Motorsport titles, celebrating a brilliant era of racing at Bathurst.