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TWIGG AND TAYLOR LEAD STM AUSTRALIAN GT BARBAGALLO ASSAULT

After an outstanding run during the opening round of the 2019 CAMS Australian GT Championship on the streets of Albert Park, Scott Taylor Motorsport [STM] left the Australian Grand Prix with a big haul of points, Max Twigg with the GT3 points lead, Kenny Habul in third place outright and Scott Taylor within reach of … Continue reading

CAMARO MAKES SUCCESSFUL RETURN TO AUSTRALIAN GT

With 7.9 litres of pure American V8 muscle under the hood, the mighty Reiter Engineering-built Chevrolet Camaro is a real head-turner in GT3 guise, and after a couple of seasons of ongoing development, Melbourne engine-tuner Dale Paterson finally has the car in the window, the Trophy Series front-runner fired up to continue that development after … Continue reading

HABUL TAKES SECOND AGP WIN, BUT TWIGG HOLDS AUSTRALIAN GT POINTS LEAD

Reigning Intercontinental GT Challenge Bronze Drivers’ Champion Kenny Habul continued his winning streak at the Australian Grand Prix after a 20-year hiatus since his first laps of the circuit in an open-wheeler, the Mercedes-AMG GT3 driver storming from pole position to lead home Scott Taylor Motorsport team-mate Max Twigg and race three winner Peter Hackett … Continue reading

HACKETT TAKES MAIDEN AUSTRALIAN GT VICTORY

Peter Hackett claimed his maiden Australian GT victory at the Australian Grand Prix during race three of the 2019 season-opener, leading home a Mercedes-AMG 1-2-3 having taken title rival Max Twigg late in the race as they came up to lap the ailing Dale Paterson, the pair crossing the line nose to tail with race … Continue reading

HABUL TAKES AUSTRALIAN GT VICTORY IN RACE TWO AT AGP

After a tough opening day on his Australia GT debut at the Australian Formula One Grand Prix, US-based Kenny Habul bounced back in fine form to claim a lights to flag victory in race two after getting the jump on pole-sitter Fraser Ross off the start on the run to turn one. From there Habul … Continue reading

TWIGG AND ROSS ON TOP EARLY IN THE AUSTRALIAN GT CHAMPIONSHIP AT ALBERT PARK

Day one of the opening round of the 2019 CAMS Australian GT Championship delivered a tantalising taste of what the new season has to offer. Two 20-minute qualifying sessions preceded the opening race of the event with Fraser Ross delivering a fairy tale result on the competition debut of the new McLaren 720S GT3. Mercedes-AMG … Continue reading

AUSTRALIAN GT PREPARES FOR AGP SEASON-OPENER

The 2019 CAMS Australian GT Championship will coincide once more with the opening round of the FIA Formula One World Championship on the streets of Melbourne as part of the Australian Grand Prix weekend, with some of the world’s most exotic supercars doing battle over four 25-minute races scheduled across the four days of the … Continue reading

KTM, McLAREN AND AUDI TO JOIN AUSTRALIAN GT GT4 FRAY AT ALBERT PARK

Four manufacturers will battle for GT4 honours during the opening round of the CAMS Australian GT Championship at Melbourne’s Albert Park, with McLaren and Audi taking the fight to 2018 title rivals KTM and Ginetta across the opening four races of the season. Last year the GT4 championship was dominated by Aston Martin’s Jeremy Gray … Continue reading

REIGNING CHAMPION TO LEAD AUDI AUSTRALIAN GT ASSAULT ON AGP

Reigning Australian GT champion Geoff Emery will lead a six strong Audi R8 entry into the season opening Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne next week, intent upon claiming a record-breaking three consecutive AGT championship titles, a feat never before achieved in the hotly contested category. Audi will be represented in the outright championship, the Australian … Continue reading

NEW McLAREN 720S GT3 CONFIRMED FOR CUSTOMER TEAM RACE DEBUT IN MELBOURNE WITH 59RACING

Newly-announced Melbourne-based 59Racing will become the first McLaren Customer Racing customer team to campaign the new McLaren 720S GT3 race car, taking to the track for the opening rounds of the Australian GT championship at Melbourne’s Albert Park, March 14-17. Competing in the support race package for the inaugural round of the 2019 Formula 1 … Continue reading

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