Supercars veteran Rick Kelly has called time on his full-time driving career after 19 years.
The one-time series champion is unsure of what the future holds but has left the door open to return as a co-driver in enduro events.
Kelly bows out after a disappointing 2020, in which he switched to driving a Ford after seven seasons with Nissan.
But it was in a Holden Commodore where Kelly made his name in Supercars, winning the Bathurst 1000 twice (2003 and 2004) with Greg Murphy and taking out the drivers' title in 2006.
"There were many challenges put forward in 2020 with COVID and the Mustang program in its infancy at Kelly Racing," the 37-year-old said.
"It hasn't been the fairytale ending that I would love to have gone out with, but I have to step off the merry-go-round at some point.
"I have had a solid hustle over the past 20 years in motorsport, never really sitting still.
"I'll firstly take some time to reflect on my decision and then go about planning a solid attack on the next chapter of my life, whatever that might be."
Kelly's last win came at Winton in 2018.
He finished 17th driving with Dale Wood at this year's Bathurst 1000.
He is the second driver to step away from Supercars in recent days after three-time series champion Scott McLaughlin confirmed he will move to America to drive an IndyCar for Team Penske next year.
Australian Associated Press