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AUSTRALIAN GT RESTRICTS PRO DRIVER ENTRIES FOR SPRINT ROUNDS

Ahead of the 2019 CAMS Australian GT Championship, a revision to the regulations has been issued to teams and drivers with a number of changes scheduled for the season ahead, the most notable of which has been a change to the driver eligibility for the ‘Sprint’ rounds of the championship which includes the season opener … Continue reading

COMPETITIVE START TO AUSTRALIAN GT SEASON FOR TROFEO MOTORSPORT

Despite changeable weather at the Australian Grand Prix which had a big affect on the outright results for Trofeo Motorsport during the opening four races of the CAMS Australian GT season, Jim Manolios and Dean Canto showed impressive pace across the event, finishing all four races with the immaculate #29 Huracan right in the thick … Continue reading

MIXED START TO THE AUSTRALIAN GT SEASON FOR M-MOTORSPORT

An off-season change from the mighty Reiter Engineering built Gallardo R-EX GT3 to the giant-killing KTM X-Bow GT4 saw Interlloy M-Motorsport team leader Justin McMillan line up for the opening round of the 2018 Australian GT Championship in Melbourne ready to battle against a string of new GT4 machines across four races at the Australian … Continue reading

FERRARI CHALLENGE APAC: DANINDRO DOUBLES AT MELBOURNE, ZANG AND DICKER CAN CELEBRATE TOO

There was no wet drama at today’s Race-2 of the Ferrari Challenge Trofeo Pirelli Asia Pacific Series first round at Melbourne. In stark contrast to Saturday’s heavy downpour, it was clear blue skies this morning where Danindro led from start to finish. It was a fierce battle the moment the lights turned green. Speed of the approaches … Continue reading

TOUGH WEEKEND FOR LAMBORGHINI ON THE STREETS OF MELBOURNE

Justin McMillan’s M-Motorsport came into the Australian Grand Prix weekend as the Australian GT Championship series points leaders, the Interlloy/Wilson Storage supported Gallardo R-EX having claimed top points at the opening round in Adelaide just two weeks prior. With the series returning to the Grand Prix for the first time in six years, neither McMillan … Continue reading

McLAREN 650S GT3 ENJOYS FURTHER SUCCESS DOWN UNDER ON MELBOURNE DEBUT

The McLaren 650S GT3 returned to racing in Australia this weekend with the CAMS Australian GT Championship supporting the 2016 Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix in Albert Park. Despite a strong field, and a tough opening race, the McLaren GT customer teams soon got to grips with the circuit and tricky conditions, securing a … Continue reading

BMW TEAM SRM IN THE THICK OF THE GRAND PRIX ACTION

After making their debut in the Australian GT Championship just two weeks ago on the streets of Adelaide, BMW Team SRM team-mates Steven Richards and Max Twigg backed up in their BMW M6 GT3 at the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne for the second round of the championship, mixing it with some of the leading … Continue reading

DAVISON, GROVE CLAIM PORSCHE CARRERA CUP AUSTRALIA ALBERT PARK HONOURS

Alex Davison and Stephen Grove have sealed round victory at Albert Park in Porsche Carrera Cup Australia presented by Pages, while Shane Smollen capped the event with his first TAG Heuer Carrera Challenge victory of the season. Following two race wins across Friday and Saturday, Davison again dominated Sunday’s race four from the outset. The … Continue reading

REPEAT PORSCHE CARRERA CUP AUSTRALIA WINS FOR DAVISON AND GROVE AT ALBERT PARK

Alex Davison has secured a ‘satisfying’ lights-to-flag domination of race three at Albert Park following a chaotic opening lap, while Stephen Grove overcame early crash damage to claim an intense TAG Heuer Carrera Challenge victory. Davison took his first win of the season on Friday’s race two after the leading duo, Matt Campbell and Nick … Continue reading

DAVISON, GROVE CLAIM LONG-AWAITED PORSCHE CARRERA CUP AUSTRALIA WINS AT ALBERT PARK

Alex Davison made the most of his vast sports car experience at Albert Park to claim race two victory in variable weather conditions, while Stephen Grove broke Tony Bates’ winning streak to take his first TAG Heuer Carrera Challenge win of the season. Davison, the 2004 Porsche Carrera Cup Australia champion, spent the majority of the … Continue reading

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