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BATHURST 1000 TO OPEN 2020 AUSTRALIAN GT SEASON

With escalating Covid-19 numbers in Victoria, increased restrictions have hampered an earlier start to the 2020 Australian GT Championship season than had been proposed forcing organisers to again postpone the start of the sprint campaign until the Bathurst 1000 in October. “We knew when we released the last updated calendar that the underlying issue would … Continue reading

18-YEAR OLD TAYLA HEATH TO CAMPAIGN LAMBORGHINI IN AUSTRALIAN GT

Australian GT will see a new face in pit lane during season 2020 with the announcement that 18-year old karting and production car graduate Tayla Heath will step behind the wheel of the #129 Trofeo Motorsport Lamborghini Huracan Super Trofeo EVO to contest rounds of the AGT Trophy Series in the Trofeo Challenge division. An … Continue reading

CANTO, DENYER AND TALBOT SPEARHEAD TROFEO MOTORSPORT’S BATHURST 12 HOUR ASSAULT

After an Am-Cup podium in 2017 and two outright top ten finishes at the Liqui Moly Bathurst 12 Hour in three years, Trofeo Motorsport returns to the mountain this year with a new-look team to challenge for their maiden assault on the Silver category in the stunning #29 Lamborghini Huracan GT3. The Trofeo Motorsport/Haemokinesis entry … Continue reading

BATHURST 12 HOUR INTRODUCES LAMBORGHINI SUPER TROFEO AS CLASS B

The 2020 Bathurst 12 Hour will see the introduction of the stunning Lamborghini Huracan Super Trofeo as the sole entry for Class B, providing the many teams from around the world that contest the popular one-make Super Trofeo category the opportunity to be part of one of the world’s most exciting events. Traditionally contesting shorter … Continue reading

NEW LOOK TROFEO MOTORSPORT TEAM TO TACKLE BATHURST 12 HOUR

Melbourne’s Trofeo Motorsport will sport a new driver lineup in the #29 Lamborghini Huracan GT3 for the 2019 Liqui Moly Bathurst 12 Hour, the leading Australian team from the 2018 event looking to return to the Pro-Am podium after achieving the feat in 2017, before finishing fourth (and eighth outright) last year. For two years … Continue reading

TROFEO MOTORSPORT WEATHERS THE STORM AT SANDOWN

Having experienced Melbourne’s typical late-Spring ‘four-seasons-in-one-day’ conditions on many occasions in past years, Trofeo Motorsport were more than prepared for the third round of the CAMS Australian GT Championships at Sandown Raceway, although they – like the bulk of the field – weren’t always able to predict exactly what Mother Nature would throw at them. … Continue reading

TROFEO MOTORSPORT RETURNS TO HAPPY HUNTING GROUND FOR AUSTRALIAN GT

Trofeo Motorsport will enjoy a home track advantage this weekend, with the CAMS Australian GT Championship returning to Melbourne’s Sandown Park for the third round of the 2018 season. There are three 40-minute races scheduled across the weekend, with team principal Jim Manolios running solo in an event that is expected to deliver the full … 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

DEAN CANTO RETURNS TO TROFEO MOTORSPORT AT ALBERT PARK

Hot off an impressive top ten run at Mount Panorama during the season-opening Liqui Moly Bathurst 12 Hour, Melbourne’s Trofeo Motorsport returns to Albert Park this weekend for the opening round of the 2018 CAMS Australian GT Championships looking to build on their strong momentum. For the four 25-minute races, the gorgeous #29 Lamborghini Huaracan … Continue reading

TROFEO MOTORSPORT – LEADING AUSTRALIAN TEAM AT BATHURST

Having claimed a top ten finish and a podium in the competitive Pro-Am category during the 2017 Bathurst 12 Hour, Trofeo Motorsport were back in their stunning black #29 Lamborghini Huracan for the 2018 event with the sole goal of improving on that performance. With the same driver lineup as 2017 – Jim Manolios, Ivan … Continue reading

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