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PORSCHE ANNOUNCES 2023 PORSCHE CARRERA CUP AUSTRALIA CALENDAR

Porsche Cars Australia (PCA) is pleased to announce both their 2023 Porsche Paynter Dixon Carrera Cup calendar and that the Australia’s premier one-make Championship will again be the primary support category at major Repco Supercar Championship events throughout next year. 2023 will be arguably the biggest in the category’s history, following an immense 2022 season … Continue reading

2022 PORSCHE SPRINT CHALLENGE AUSTRALIA CALENDAR ANNOUNCED

Porsche Cars Australia has announced its 2022 Porsche Michelin Sprint Challenge calendar, with the national Porsche one-make Series again featuring as one of the main attractions on Shannons Motorsport Australia Championships rounds, alongside categories from the Australian Racing Group (ARG). With the all-new 992 generation Porsche 911 GT3 Cup making its debut in the Porsche … Continue reading

PORSCHE CARRERA CUP AUSTRALIA ANNOUNCES UPDATED SCHEDULES FOR BATHURST AND THE BEND

The final rounds of Porsche Paynter Dixon Carrera Cup Australia Championship have been rescheduled to provide a riveting spectacle for fans headed to The Mountain, with Rounds 4 and 5 of Australia’s premier one-make Championship now set to take place over four races (two races per round) at the Bathurst 1000 event from 01-05 December. … Continue reading

PORSCHE ANNOUNCE FINAL ROUNDS OF 2021 CARRERA CUP AUSTRALIA AND SPRINT CHALLENGE SEASONS

Porsche Cars Australia (PCA) is pleased to confirm the remaining rounds of both the Porsche Paynter Dixon Carrera Cup Australia and Porsche Michelin Sprint Challenge Championships subject to regional borders between the required states opening up in time. Carrera Cup’s fourth round is currently earmarked for the Repco Bathurst 1000, part of the new six-day … Continue reading

AUSTRALIAN GT READY TO RACE AND PREPARING FOR 2020 SEASON RETURN

With Covid-19 restrictions beginning to ease around the country, the potential that sporting events will be back on the calendar in the not too distant future has allowed Australian GT to start moving forward, with recent weeks seeing a survey of teams and drivers, whilst further discussions have been had with stakeholders, all focused on … Continue reading

AUSTRALIAN GT CONFIRMS INVITATIONAL DETAILS FOR 2020 SEASON

With increased interest in Australian GT from teams contesting ‘endurance’ style sports cars, the category administrators have moved to confirm details of the ‘Invitational’ division that will be open to cars that fit outside the existing Australian GT Trophy Series regulations specific to GT3 and one-make production sports cars (Trofeo Challenge). Of these the most … 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

AUSTRALIAN GT RELEASES DEDICATED GT4 CALENDAR FOR 2020

In addition to the popular CAMS Australian GT Championship calendar recently released for 2020, organisers have revealed the dates of a dedicated new-look program for GT4 – a six round championship that will encompass some of the blue-ribbon events of the GT3 series, whilst also including two standalone events dedicated specifically to the GT4 category. … Continue reading

BATHURST TO DOMINATE 2020 AUSTRALIAN GT CALENDAR

Australian GT have revealed a comprehensive race calendar for the 2020 season, a calendar that includes events for the CAMS Australian GT Championship, the CAMS Australian Endurance Championship, a dedicated Championship for GT4 cars that also includes stand-alone events, and the pending Pirelli AGT SuperSprint at Mount Panorama at season’s end, a circuit that will … Continue reading

AUSTRALIAN GT VICTORY TO VAN GISBERGEN AND TALBOT AT THE BEND

Shane van Gisbergen has added to his tally of Australian GT endurance championship victories with his maiden win in a Lamborghini Huracan alongside fellow former endurance race winner Liam Talbot, the pair emerging from the three-hour race around The Bend Motorsport Park with a win over points leaders Geoff Emery and Garth Tander, and former … Continue reading

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