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Revised calendar marks biggest season ever

The 2017 season will be the biggest in Australian GT history, taking in fourteen race weekends across three competitions running from March to November. A...

Audi customers to compete for three titles in Australian GT racing

Australia has been one of the most successful markets in Audi Sport’s customer racing program for years. In 2017, the teams are again contesting...

Geoff Emery set for racing return

Geoff Emery will make his racing return at the opening round of the 2017 CAMS Australian GT Championship in Adelaide (March 2-5). Emery will steer...

Max Twigg joins Scott Taylor Motorsport

Australian GT veteran Max Twigg will join Scott Taylor Motorsport for the 2017 CAMS Australian GT Championship. The move sees Twigg rekindle his relationship with...

Marcel Fassler joins Geoff Emery at Jamec Pem Racing

Three-time 24 Hours of Le Mans winner Marcel Fassler will join Jamec Pem Racing for the opening round of the CAMS Australian GT Championship. Partnering...

Five drivers in contention at Trophy Series decider

The CAMS Australian GT Trophy Series will be decided this weekend as Winton plays host to the final round of the season. Rejoining the Shannons...

Australian GT confirms GT4 class for 2018

Australian GT has confirmed plans to allow GT4 entries into the top tier of Australian GT competition from 2018. The announcement follows a meeting between...

Jamie Whincup makes Australian GT debut

Seven-time Supercars champion Jamie Whincup will make his Australian GT debut at the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit in early June during the opening...

Eleven manufacturers on packed Grand Prix grid

A 30-car field representing eleven of the world's leading automotive manufacturers will take to Albert Park on Thursday for the opening round of the...

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...