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DRIVER REGULATIONS EVOLVED AHEAD OF 2020’S INTERCONTINENTAL GT CHALLENGE

Intercontinental GT Challenge Powered by Pirelli organisers have made several important changes to the championship’s sporting regulations ahead of 2020. The world’s only global GT3 championship enjoyed significant growth last year thanks to eight full-season manufacturers contesting five blue riband endurance races on as many continents. And with new marques such as Lamborghini already committed … Continue reading

MERCEDES-AMG GT4 TO MAKE AUSTRALIAN GT DEBUT

Mark Griffith will make a full-time return to Australian GT in season 2020 with Mercedes-AMG, but unlike his cameos of recent years, the popular Queenslander will campaign an AMG GT4 – the successful twin-turbo V8 making it’s competition debut in Australia. “I’ve enjoyed my time with the Mercedes-AMG GT3, but I’m keen to push the … Continue reading

AUSTRALIAN GT CHAMPION LOOKS TO GT3 RETURN

After a watershed year that netted his team the Bathurst 12 Hour, the Australian GT Championship title and the Australian Endurance Championship crown – all in GT4 – M-Motorsport team-boss Justin McMillan has revealed that he is looking for a return to GT3 in season 2020, but that he would still be campaigning two GT4 … Continue reading

BATHURST 12 HOUR SIGNALS START OF 2020 AUSTRALIAN GT SEASON

The annual Bathurst 12 Hour at Mount Panorama signals the start of what is an extensive season of events for Australian GT in 2020. Taking in the 12 Hour journey as part of a three-round Australian Endurance Championship that includes arguably Australia’s best and most recognised circuits, the event signals the start of a new … Continue reading

BATES RETURNS TO AUSTRALIAN GT LOOKING FOR 2020 TITLE

Former Australian GT race winner Tony Bates unveiled a striking new livery and sponsor for his Bathurst 12 Hour return, just a fortnight out from the season opener, the experienced Audi campaigner also revealing that he will make a full-time return to the Australian GT Championship in 2020 after focusing on competition in Asia last … Continue reading

PREPARATIONS ACCELERATE AHEAD OF 2020 GT GT WORLD CHALLENGE EUROPE SEASON

The GT World Challenge Europe era is officially underway. The former Blancpain GT Series will begin the new decade with a fresh look, while retaining its long-standing commitment to world-class GT racing. The winning formula that has been honed over the previous nine seasons will remain in place for 2020, with evolution at the heart … Continue reading

2020 AUSTRALIAN GT TROPHY SERIES TO GO FOR ‘SIX OF THE BEST’

Australian GT have introduced the last of their calendars for the 2020 season, with the unveiling of a new approach to the Trophy Series program, a schedule which will see ten events offered between February and November, with teams given the option to go for ‘six of the best’, allowing them the ability to ‘drop’ … Continue reading

WORLD CLASS CIRCUITS AND GREAT DESTINATIONS ON 24H SERIES EUROPE AND CONTINENTS CALENDARS FOR 2020

“Good things come to those who wait,” the saying goes. And that certainly can be said about the finalised calendar of the 24H SERIES powered by Hankook for the 2020 season. World class circuits and great destinations are the ingredients of the eight-round calendar, taking teams and drivers from the United Arab Emirates via Italy, … Continue reading

ALL GOOD THINGS COME IN THREES: GRT GRASSER RACING SET TO ATTACK AGAIN THE IMSA

There’s no let-up for GRT Grasser Racing! It has only been a few weeks since the season in Europe ended but the Austrian racing team will soon be returning to the USA. The outfit led by Gottfried Grasser intends to compete in the IMSA North American Endurance Championship with their factory-supported Lamborghini Huracán GT3. The … Continue reading

SHANGHAI 888 HEADLINES GT WORLD CHALLENGE ASIA’S REVAMPED 2020 CALENDAR

One of the region’s biggest endurance races, the Shanghai 888, will headline GT World Challenge Asia’s fourth season next year following confirmation of the championship’s 2020 calendar. Updates to the provisional schedule issued in July see Thailand’s round at Buriram reinstated and Shanghai now hosting separate sprint and endurance events. Its second, the season-ending Shanghai … Continue reading

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