Nine from 9 probable top-ten positions including 3 victories – following a consistently clever season, it was Christopher Mies who trafficked as Australian GT Championship personality to a culmination during a Highlands Motorsport Park in Cromwell, New Zealand. In a initial race, a German, who common an Audi R8 LMS ultra fielded by Jamec PEM Racing with Ryan Millier, wrapped adult a pretension during a initial event after holding fourth place. “I can frequency trust that I’m champion. My interjection go to Jamec PEM Racing for a illusory year in Australia. The championship pretension is a group success,” says Mies who celebrates his third vital GT championship with Audi after winning a 2009 FIA GT3 European Championship and 2012 Blancpain Endurance Series. For a Ingolstadt formed manufacturer, it was a second pretension down underneath after Mark Eddy’s delight in 2011.
“Congratulations to Jamec PEM Racing and Christopher Mies,” pronounced Romolo Liebchen, Head of Audi Sport patron racing. “My frank interjection also go to a Melbourne Performance Centre that always prepared a cars ideally for this intensely rival array contested by as many as 13 brands. I’m already looking brazen to a 2016 deteriorate that starts subsequent February. Many patron in this critical marketplace of ours are meddlesome in a new Audi R8 LMS.”
Reason for hearten also during Audi Sport patron racing group Wall Racing: Greg Taylor and Barton Mawer won a Trophy category pretension for non-current cars.
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