When I think of Buick racing, images of the green and white Skoal Bandit of Harry Gant winning four in a row September of 1991. GM pulled Buick from NASCAR and the name now couldn't have an image further from racing in this country. In China, where the Buick name is popular, the automaker is introducing a version of the large rear-wheel drive Holden Statesman and Caprice called the Buick Royaum. To mark the introduction, Buick will sponsor the Holden V8 Supercar at the race held in Shanghai on June 10-12. So it's not a Buick racing, but at least China gets a RWD V-8 Buick that could.
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