Australian motor racing great Peter Brock has been killed in an accident in the Targa Rally in Western Australia.
Brock dominated Australian motor racing for three decades
The 61-year-old died when his car crashed into a tree during the race. His co-driver was taken to hospital in a stable condition.
Brock rose to fame after winning the Bathurst 1000, Australia's premier domestic touring car event, a record nine times during the 1970s and 80s.
He carved out a televison career after retiring from the circuit in 1997.
Brock also has the record for the most pole positions and race victories since the inception of the Australian Touring Car Championship in 1960.
He spent most of his career as lead driver for the Holden Dealer Team.
The Confederation of Australian Motor Sport said: "On behalf of the motor sport community, we offer our sincere sympathy to Peter's family and many friends."