Sunday, June 8, 2014

2014 Australian GT at Philip Island

Philip Island Grand Prix Circuit 
Australian GT is not aimed at the seeded or professional drivers and is not a development series for young talent or those trying to forge a career. The strict and successful parity system works to ensure that no driver or car has an advantage and are all competing on equal terms so that every car in their respective division has the chance to win.

To run a professional and sustainable national championship designed for all levels of drivers, focused on the competitors, series partners and audience. Base the management on sound business principles that ensure long term stability. Adopt internationally recognized and approved standards and strive to maintain fair and consistent competition.

There are 4 divisions (Classes) within the Australian GT Championship

Richard Muscat #36 SLS AMG GT3
GT Championship is for FIA GT3 specification vehicles.

Dale Paterson #70 Mosler MT900
GT Trophy has been included for older specification FIA GT3 vehicles

Foessel #3 Porsche GT3 Cup Car
GT Challenge caters for cars that no longer fit within the GT Championship and Challenge division’s

Tony Martin #9 Ginetta G50 GT4
GT Sports – a new class aiming to accommodate GT4 specification cars

Race cars include many favorites: SLS AMG GT3, Audi R8 LMS, Ferrari 458 Italia, McLaren MP4-12C, Aston Martin Vantage GT3, Aston Martin DBRS9, Lamborghini Gallardo FL2, Lamborghini LP600, Lamborghini LP520, Mosler MT900 (my favorite), Porsche GT3 Cup Car, Porsche GT3-R, Porsche GT3-S, Acari KZ1R, Ginetta G50 GT4 and Lotus Exige V6 Cup R.  Now hows that for a lineup! 

2014 Australian GT Championship - Phillip Island 101 - Round 2

Tony Quinn #7 Aston Martin Vantage GT3
Australian GT


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