A FULL PROGRAM of on-track activity will highlight the days preceding the 2016 running of the Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour.
Building on the international theme of the event, the Radical Australia Cup will return to the Mountain while full grids of Improved Production Cars and a V8-centric Combined Sedans grid will give fans plenty of diversity to enjoy.
As the interest and enthusiasm for GT Racing grows all over the world, the SRO Motorsports Group proposes to introduce an Intercontinental GT Challenge for 2016, the final name of which remains to be defined.
This series, aimed at GT manufacturers in order to give their products a worldwide stage, would consist of four key GT endurance races, held across four continents, all of which have GT3 cars as the leading category.
THE ‘little Ferrari team that could’ will return for a second attempt at beating the big teams at the 2016 Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 hour.
Trass Family Motorsport, established at the beginning of 2015 by New Zealand businessman Gerald Trass alongside successful racer Jono Lester and young rookie Graeme Smyth, made their racing debut at this year’s 12-hour epic and were one of the surprise packets of the entire weekend.
Welcome to our new wrap-up of the world of GT racing, focussing on the past and present stars of Australia’s International Endurance race – the Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour.
This regular column will chart the fortunes of past, present and future 12-hour stars in the broader world of GT racing.
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