The Fanatec GT World Test Australia Fueled by AWS another joint endeavour between the SRO Motorsports Gathering and the Australian Hustling Gathering, bringing top-class GT sports vehicle dashing back to the cutting edge of Australian motorsport.
Counting attractive games vehicles from the preferences of Ferrari, Lamborghini, Mercedes, Porsche, Audi and then some, the class pits a portion of the world’s best vehicles with expert and novice drivers at Australia and the world’s best circuits.
The Fanatec GT World Test Australia Controlled by AWS is essential for the GT World Test ‘Champ for Producers’, joined with GT World Test Europe, America and Asia.
The replacement to the Australian GT Title will invite a triplet of setting up Supercars stars at The Island, featured by Jamie Whincup. The seven-time Supercars champ has been drafted into Triple Eight’s line-up for the harmed Shane van Gisbergen, and will share the group’s Mercedes with Sovereign Jefri Ibrahim.
Triple Eight enduro driver Garth Tander will likewise be in real life close by Yasser Shahin in The Curve sponsored Audi, while Chaz Mostert will accomplice Tony Bates in another of Melbourne Execution Center’s R8s.
New Triple Eight section proprietor and previous Australian GT supervisor Tony Quinn is additionally among the field driving his Aston Martin, while Kelly Woods Dashing part-proprietors Stephen and Brenton Forest will share their Porsche.
There will be eight distinct brands on the framework, with eight vehicles in the title class, 11 in the prize class, and a sole GT4 passage.
“Twenty vehicles for the arrival of top-line GT hustling is an extraordinary outcome for the principal occasion and I’m glad for the participants who are getting back in their amazing vehicles and engaging us all,” said class director Collier.
“It really seemed as though we planned to have significantly in excess of 20 vehicles, two or three groups pulled out late, so the uplifting news here is that we realize the interest is there for GT3 dashing in Australia.
“With enormous occasions coming up soon at Mount Display and The Curve, I wouldn’t be amazed on the off chance that we have more than 25 vehicles entering in the near future.
“Furthermore, there’s an extraordinary type of drivers and vehicles there as well. It’s too difficult to even think about anticipating who will win, so it will make for some incredible review, regardless of whether you are at home watching the television, or trackside at Phillip Island.”