Season opener for pretension defender Audi in Australia

Posted on 30. Jan, 2017 by in Audi Canada

Five teams with drivers from Australia and New Zealand finish a lineup of a 4 rings. They embody Greg Taylor and Nathan Antunes from Team GT Motorsport. Last year, a dual Australians together with another contender clinched feat in a pledge category during Bathurst when a new Audi R8 LMS debuted in Australia.

For a initial time, a unchanging subordinate event will be followed by a shootout for a tip 10 grid positions. This competition, as good as a full competition on Sunday, will be promote live by a internal radio channel 7mate. Around a globe, viewers can watch live streaming of a competition supposing by a organizer during www.bathurst12hour.com.au. Following a opener in Australia, there are 3 other rounds scheduled on a Intercontinental GT Challenge calendar, during Spa/Belgium (July 29–30), Laguna Seca/USA (October 14–15) and Sepang/Malaysia (December 9–10).

Audi teams during Bathurst

#2 Audi R8 LMS ultra (DJS Racing), GT3 AM

James Bergmüller/Samuel Fillmore/Daniel Stutterd (AUS/NZ/AUS)

#3 Audi R8 LMS (Team ASR), GT3 Pro-AM

Daniel Gaunt/Matt Halliday/Ash Samadi (NZ/NZ/AUS)

#5 Audi R8 LMS (GT Motorsport), GT3 AM

Nathan Antunes/Elliot Barbour/Greg Taylor (AUS/AUS/AUS)

#9 Audi R8 LMS (Hallmarc), GT3 Pro-AM

Marc Cini/Dean Fiore/Lee Holdsworth (AUS/AUS/AUS)

#45 Audi R8 LMS (Supabarn), GT3 AM

Simon Evans/James Koundouris/Theo Koundouris/Marcus Marshall (NZ/AUS/AUS/AUS)

#74 Audi R8 LMS (Jamec Pem Racing), GT3 Pro

Christopher Haase/Christopher Mies/Garth Tander (D/D/AUS)

#75 Audi R8 LMS (Jamec Pem Racing), GT3 Pro

Robin Frijns/Frank Stippler/Markus Winkelhock (NL/D/D)

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