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Handed a choice co-starring assignment in Portrait of a Mobster opposite star Vic Morrow, who played the infamous "Dutch Schultz", Peter also managed to show a rare, gentler side in the outdoor family drama Lad: A Dog Peter left Warners after only a few years but managed to win the leads in two low-budget cult thrillers in its wake -- Shock Corridor and The Crawling Hand After The Big Valley, Peter continued in movies and television.
Peter abruptly left Hollywood in the s and focused on the theater both in the U. Married to former dancer Diana Bourne since , the couple settled in Vancouver, Canada, with their son Christopher.
Peter set up a full-time acting academy school, The Breck Academy, which ran for ten years. Tragically, it was during this time that their son, Christopher, was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia and died two years later.
On the side, he wrote a western column for Wildest Westerns magazine and showed up occasionally at nostalgia conventions.
Peter and his wife have announced that he now suffers from dementia. This is Peter's book, A Family Album. I have been unable to find information on the year it was published.
Peter passed away on February 6, Fact Title. Sticky Facts. What is Peter Breck's full name? Brock was in the Medical Corps where he often served as an ambulance driver.
According to his brother Lewis, Brock and his mates used to race the ambulances around the base. Although they did not know each other at the time, also stationed at the Barracks from to was a young Dick Johnson who from the s would go on to be one of Brock's chief touring car rivals.
It was while on leave from the army in that Brock first visited Bathurst to watch the mile production car race that was to become the Bathurst It was after watching the race that he decided that he wanted to become a race driver when he left the army.
His brother Phil also became a racing driver, and co-drove with his brother in the Bathurst on two occasions. During his early career Brock raced some "wild and woolly" creations including the famous blue 6-cylinder Holden-powered Austin A Brock rose to public attention in touring car racing.
He won the Bathurst for the first time in the last year the race was run over miles and the last year in which driving solo was permitted.
Brock would win the event a total of nine times between and , a feat that has not been equalled. His win was remarkable in that he and co-driver Jim Richards claimed victory by six laps, a record that, due to changes in race regulations introduced in the mid- to late s, most notably the introduction of the Safety Car in , may never be broken, and broke the circuit lap record for touring cars on the rd and final lap of the race the record would stand until Brock himself broke it in Brock had tried to set the lap record on the final lap of the race , but he was inadvertently baulked by the Alfa Romeo of Ray Gulson through The Dipper.
In 32 starts at Bathurst he claimed pole position a record six times , , , , and , with all bar his pole in a Ford Sierra RS being for Holden.
Brock also sat on pole for the V8 Supercars race but the time was set by his co-driver Mark Skaife. His record at this race earned him the popular nickname King of the Mountain.
Peter Brock also won the second and last Bathurst 24 Hour race in driving a 7. Along with his record at the Bathurst race, Brock also claimed victory in the traditional lead up race to Bathurst, the Sandown , nine times, including a string of seven consecutive wins from until Brock had a brief foray into Open wheel racing when he raced a Ford powered Birrana to 8th place in the Australian Formula 2 Championship.
Although he had some minor, non-championship wins in the car, his best placing in the national championship series was second behind series champion Leo Geoghegan in Round 2 or Oran Park in Sydney.
Later in early , Brock tested a Ralt RT4 with a view to possibly driving one in the Australian Drivers' Championship and the end of year Australian Grand Prix which at the time were run to Formula Mondial rules , and put in some competitive lap times at Calder Park.
However, he later decided that with the road car business, touring car commitments and the planned Sports Car races at Silverstone and Le Mans , he simply could not devote enough time to the project to make it worth doing.
Brock and the Holden Dealer Team worked in partnership, with full factory approval and assistance, to produce a number of high-performance modifications to the Commodores under existing CAMS Group C regulations from to Some of these were HDT " homologation specials", one step away from race cars.
It was around this time that Brock began his run of six Bathurst wins in seven years with a pair of hat trick wins from to with Jim Richards and to '84 with Larry Perkins and John Harvey , including his record-breaking six-lap victory in the event.
While Brock was always typecast in a Holden, he did have 'brief flirtations' with other makes in touring car racing. As the turbo-charged Sierras were the Group A cars to have at the time it was seen as a logical move to return to the front end of the field.
A further flirtation away from Holden was in when he raced a Volvo in the one-off Eastern Creek Hour. He also competed for the same Volvo Dealer Racing team in the Australian Super Touring Championship in , finishing 6th in the championship with a best finish of second in Round 7 at Lakeside in Brisbane.
Ford rival Allan Moffat also raced in his GTHO Falcon , but struggled throughout the meeting with tyre troubles and wasn't a factor in the race being some 20 seconds per lap slower than the Torana.
Brock claimed that scrutineering was almost non-existent at Macau, while Firth would describe Glemser's Capri and the Alfa Romeo GTA of third placed Hong Kong driver Albert Poon as "pretty damned rude" for not being strictly production cars as they were supposed to be.
Unlike several other Australian drivers including Alan Jones and Larry Perkins, Brock did not seek a full-time racing career outside Australia.
While at the Australian Grand Prix meeting at Calder Park , sports car racer and Hardie-Ferodo winner John Fitzpatrick challenged Brock, that having won everything there was to win in Australia he should try his hand overseas with the 'big boys', meaning Le Mans.
This car was a well-worn , chassis number previously seen in J. David and Skoal Bandit colours. With regular HDT co-driver Larry Perkins, Brock finished 21st at the km of Silverstone after spending time in the pits fixing a broken rear suspension.
The pair then drove in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Perkins qualified the car 15th with a time of While in Europe in , Brock was in the unusual situation for him of being the second billing in his driver pairing with Perkins.
From until Larry Perkins had made 11 starts in F1 and, to the large number of European motoring press covering the two World Endurance Championship races, ex-F1 driver Larry 'Larrikins' Perkins was the star driver with Brock seen as nothing more than a saloon car driver.
The shock came as many in the motoring press regarded Brock as a circuit racer and seemed forgot about his extensive Rally and Rallycross experience with the Dealer Team in the early s.
The press saw his inclusion merely as a publicity stunt by Holden and the race organisers in order to generate interest in the race. The Repco was a long-distance endurance rally that drove clockwise around Australia featuring some dirt road sections completely different to the circuit racing where he made his name.
Brock finished 3rd in the trial which was won by teammate and former Australian Rally Champion Ed Ordynski. After when teamed with Perkins , Brock continued to race in his own privately supported Commodores in and , but returned to the factory Holden Racing Team in Brock retired from full-time driving following the Australian Touring Car season.
After his nominal 'retirement' he made two returns to Bathurst. In he paired with Team Brock lead driver Craig Baird to a 23rd-place finish in the teams VX Commodore , Brock finished 25 laps down due to engine temperature problems.
The pair failed to finish after Plato was involved in a spectacular accident coming out of Caltex Chase with the Ozemail Falcon of fellow BTCC regular and Brock's Bathurst co-driver John Cleland while Cleland was lapping the Commodore which was limping to the pits with a blown tyre on lap The clash caused the Falcon to roll and enough damage to the HRT car to be out on the spot with Brock failing to get a drive in his last Bathurst race after Plato had started the car and was due to hand over to Brock a few laps after the crash.
This led to him driving a 2nd Monaro built and run by GRM in the Australian Nations Cup Championship , a GT-type championship for highly modified and exotic road cars in before setting up his own team for himself and son James in with Monaros supplied by GRM.
In , he returned to top-level touring car racing as a team patron with Rod Nash Racing in V8 Supercar Commodore and drove in that year's Bathurst with the team was renamed 'Team Brock' as a branding exercise.
The 'Team Brock' branding exercise was revived for this time with Paul Weel Racing but this time Brock's role was as a mentor rather than a driver.
Frustrated with the lack of control he held over a team bearing his name, Brock and the team parted company at the end of the season.
He occasionally competed in various enthusiast-level motorsport events such as the Targa Tasmania with the Monaros he drove actually constructed by Holden Special Vehicles.
His smooth on-camera persona and familiarity to older Australians continued to sell products, including Mobil Oils including a United States television commercial and Bridgestone tyres , as the controversy of the Energy Polariser had been largely forgotten.
Brock worked with the Victorian authorities promoting the campaign against drunk driving. The most obvious sign of this association was the race car number 05 which related to the 0.
Most cars he raced in, regardless of the motor racing division, bore this number, including the car in which he died.
Brock began publicly supporting and, eventually, began to fit to all Holden Dealer Team specials a device called the "Energy Polariser" containing crystals and magnets in an epoxy resin that, it was claimed, improved the performance and handling of vehicles through "aligning the molecules".
The overwhelming majority of the Australian motoring community regarded the device as pseudoscience ,  and Brock's promotion of it drove away HDT drivers like John Harvey, Allan Moffat and Larry Perkins.
During this period, Brock also became involved in the importation and even the modification of the Lada Samara , a cheap Soviet -built hatchback a world away from the high-performance V8-powered Commodores he was famous for.
The Lada deal came at the right time for the Brock organisation as it saved the struggling outfit from potential bankruptcy. Due to his extraordinary success on the racing track Brock became the Australian racing driver with the highest-profile as he undertook several media commitments.
He announced to a packed race track he was forming 'The Peter Brock Foundation', a philanthropic organisation funded by corporate sponsors and donations from the public.
Aimed at disadvantaged youth and others experiencing difficulties in Australia. As of the Foundation still continues operating and has financed many activities and people.
As the lead driver for the Holden Dealer Team in a succession of both 6 and 8 cylinder Holden Toranas and later, V8 Commodores Brock became a household name that transcended motor racing as he emerged to be one of the best-known modern Australia and New Zealand racing drivers, spoken of with the same reverence as Formula One World Champions Jack Brabham , Alan Jones and Denny Hulme.
In , Brock was crowned King of Moomba by the Melbourne-based festival committee. His public standing was dented by controversy over his promotion of the "Energy Polariser" and domestic violence allegations levelled by an ex-wife, with calls to keep him out of the Australian Motor Sport Hall of Fame.
Brock married Heather Russell in The marriage ended in divorce two years later. They married in April and divorced after only one year. Brock next entered into a relationship with Beverly "Bev" McIntosh, the wife of a member of his motor racing team.
They had two children together, Robert and Alexandra. Her oldest, James, is Bev's son from a previous marriage. Bev wrote Peter's biography  herself in after finding most potential authors had incorrect preconceived notions about him.
She also expressed a desire to show his human side, to encourage others that they, too, can achieve their goals.
Brock split with Bev in May after 28 years together. Alexandra gave birth to their grandson Oliver on 28 June , two months before Brock's death.
She has described in a book her eventual tiring in the early s of his relationships with "one too many secretaries". After splitting with Bev, Peter began a relationship with Julie Bamford,  whom he had met through his former partner Bev some 20 years previously.
Brock, who lived hard in his early years, changed his lifestyle considerably after the failed Le Mans attempt left him physically and emotionally drained.
He gave up alcohol and cigarettes and became a vegetarian ,  5 years after that he became a vegan. The year-old Brock died within a couple of minutes of the impact.
Video footage of the crash provided by a fan and the in-car camera was reviewed by Western Australian police to help determine the cause of the accident.
Coroner Alastair Hope decided that his death was caused by high speed and that no coronial inquest would be performed. The editor of Wheels Magazine , Ged Bulmer, said that Brock would be remembered for his nine victories at Bathurst , for "He had a long and very successful career there, he was the 'King of the Mountain' as he came to be known.
Brock was farewelled with a state funeral  at Melbourne 's St. Paul's Anglican Cathedral , on 19 September Brock left three wills and a complex estate.
In honour of his achievements and in recognition of his contribution to Australian motorsport, the Bathurst winner's trophy now carries his name.
Lowndes and Whincup would go on to win three Bathurst s in succession, matching the feat that Brock achieved twice. Next to the site of his most famous motor racing achievements at Mount Panorama, a memorial statue was built adjacent to the National Motor Racing Museum in Bathurst.
A two-part television miniseries entitled Brock was aired on Network Ten in October , with Matthew Le Nevez playing the title character.
In addition to his racing championships, Brock's efforts to society have been recognised in various ways:. As he did at Bathurst, Brock won the Sandown Endurance race a record nine times during his career, including seven wins in a row from to On January 20, , while teaching at the drama school, Breck was notified of Barbara Stanwyck's death.
She requested no funeral nor memorial. In , he appeared in an episode of the new version of The Outer Limits. His last television performance was on an episode of John Doe in Prior to his death, most of his film performances have been in undistributed films that are shown only at film festivals.
Breck married dancer Diane Bourne in In June Breck's wife Diane announced on his website that the actor had been suffering from dementia and could no longer sign autographs for fans, although she said that he still read and enjoyed their letters.
Despite this diagnosis, she said he was still physically healthy and did not require medication. Thereafter, Diane Breck reported that her husband was hospitalised on January 10, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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