Australian GT confirm Invitational details for 2020 season

April 08, 2020
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).

Crampton updates to 2020-spec X-Bow in hunt for GT4 titles

February 18, 2020
After claiming the runner-up position in both the 2019 Australian GT Championship [GT4] and the GT4 division of the Australian Endurance Championship, Vantage Racing’s David Crampton has stepped things up another gear ahead of the new season, with the pending arrival of a new MY20 ‘EVO’ spec KTM X-Bow, the passionate GT4 competitor intent on going one better - twice - in season 2020.

Stoupas takes top honours in Trophy Series return at Sandown

February 17, 2020
2018 Australian GT Trophy Series runner-up Matt Stoupas has thrown down the gauntlet to his rivals during the opening round of the season at Sandown, the 2020 series opener coming as part of a new initiative which sees the first two rounds contested within State Series races in Victoria and New South Wales to kick off the new year, but that didn’t deter Stoupas who was intent on claiming the round win to lay the foundations for his title assault this year.

Sandown signals start of 2020 Australian GT Trophy Series

February 13, 2020
The second event on the 2020 Australian GT program comes at Melbourne’s legendary Sandown Park Raceway this weekend, with the opening race of the ten-round Australian GT Trophy Series, an event that will see a shift from the traditional Trophy Series rounds, with registered teams competing within the opening round of the Victorian State Circuit Racing Championships, for half championship points.

Australian GT champion looks to GT3 return

January 18, 2020
After a watershed year that netted his team the Bathurst 12 Hour, the Australian GT Championship title and the Australian Endurance Championship crown - all in GT4 - M-Motorsport team-boss Justin McMillan has revealed that he is looking for a return to GT3 in season 2020, but that he would still be campaigning two GT4 cars in this year’s championship.

Bathurst 12 Hour signals start of 2020 Australian GT season

January 15, 2020
The annual Bathurst 12 Hour at Mount Panorama signals the start of what is an extensive season of events for Australian GT in 2020. Taking in the 12 Hour journey as part of a three-round Australian Endurance Championship that includes arguably Australia’s best and most recognised circuits, the event signals the start of a new direction for the category that is focussed on providing value for money GT racing on Australia’s best circuits.

Audi Sport drivers lead assault on Bathurst 12 Hour

January 13, 2020
Audi Sport customer racing returns to Mount Panorama at the end of January - on the tenth anniversary of their first of three victories at the Bathurst 12 Hour event - looking for a strong result against some of the best teams in the world, the Australian-based Audi Sport Team Valvoline operation carding three 2019 Audi R8s with arguably their strongest lineup ever..

Three-car team for Audi Sport Team Valvoline at Bathurst

January 02, 2020
Australia’s championship winning Audi Sport Team Valvoline operation will field three Audi Sport customer racing supported R8 LMS GT3 EVOs in the 2020 Liqui Moly Bathurst 12 Hour, with a mix of drivers intent on claiming another victory for the brand with the four rings on the eve of the tenth anniversary of their first title in 2011.

2020 Australian GT Trophy Series to go for ‘six of the best’

December 29, 2019
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’ rounds as they compete across the season to card their points tally from their best six results.

Australian GT releases dedicated GT4 calendar for 2020

November 05, 2019
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.