Australian GT Championship Changes Hands

The Australian GT Championship management rights will be held by competitor Tony Quinn

Australian GT Directors Martin Wagg and Rachael Wagg wish to announce that they have accepted an offer for the sale of Australian GT Sportscar Group P/L, the company that owns the category management rights to the Vodka O Australian GT Championship to Tony Quinn.

24H Series and Expanded Car Eligibility Features for 2010 Bathurst 12 Hours

Changed rules for 2012 will allow cars like Peter Hackett's Mercedes SLS GT3 into the Bathurst 12 Hours

BALANCE OF PERFORMANCE measures imposed on GT vehicles in the Armor All Bathurst 12 Hour will be paired back in 2012 - effectively de-regulating the Enduro - whilst the introduction of four new classes will offer more models the chance to compete.

International Boost for 2012 Bathurst 12 Hour

Mark Eddy (pictured in an Australian GT race finished second in the 2011 Bathurst 12 Hours

THE 2012 ARMOR ALL BATHURST 12 HOUR will receive an international boost following confirmation of a new partnership between Yeehah Events and Creventic, a Netherlands-based company that promotes the international 12 and 24 hour endurance series in Europe and the United Arab Emirates.

Australian GT Championship Set for New Era

The Australian GT Championship will be set for a new era with managment and administration changes

Successful Queensland businessman and motor sport competitor Tony Quinn today announced major changes to the Australian GT Championship. The Gold Coast based head of the V.I.P. Petfoods empire has purchased the Category Management Rights to the series from Martin and Rachael Wagg, the administrators and promoters of the Championship since its inception.

Le Mans in Pictures - 14 of the Best from the Race

We have presented some of the best photos from the Le Mans 24 Hours and here are more from the race, we hope you enjoy!