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IN addition to the establishment of a SuperUtes team, the recent reopening of the Stone Brothers Racing workshop has seen restoration begin on two very special Supercars.

Ross Stone has commenced the task of restoring the Ford Falcons that Marcos Ambrose (2003 and 2004) and Russell Ingall (2005) drove to their Supercars titles.

Ambrose used the same chassis, codenamed BA2, throughout his two title winning seasons, while Ingall drove BA3 to success the following year.

Three titles marked a golden era for SBR and Ford, with the triumphs following five straight championships for the Holden Racing Team.

Jarrod Sierocki

Ross Stone is restoring the Ford Falcons that Marcos Ambrose and Russell Ingall drove to their Supercars titles. Picture: Mark Horsburgh – Edge PhotographicsSource:Supplied

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