Category: Bathurst 12 Hours

 
Bathurst 12 Hours

New livery for FFF Racing car

After announcing the 2020 programme, FFF Racing Team by ACM...

After announcing the 2020 programme, FFF Racing Team by ACM unveiled the new car livery with which it will defend the 2019 titles. Associated to the team since its foundation in 2014, Roger Dubuis represents a long-standing and crucial partner...

New livery for FFF Racing car  
 
Bathurst 12 Hours

Audi Sport Team Valvoline to field three cars

Australia’s championship winning Audi Sport Team Valvoline will field three...

Australia’s championship winning Audi Sport Team Valvoline will field three Audi Sport customer racing supported R8 LMS GT3 EVOs in the 2020 Liqui Moly Bathurst 12 Hour, with a mix of drivers intent on claiming another victory for the brand...

Audi Sport Team Valvoline to field three cars  
 
Bathurst 12 Hours

2015 Bathurst 12H will be held on February 6-8

The organizers of  Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hours have officially announced the...

The organizers of  Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hours have officially announced the date for the 2015 edition that will be held on February 6-8. This year a record of 296 laps were completed by the winning Maranello Motorsport's Ferrari 458 - more than...

2015 Bathurst 12H will be held on February 6-8  
 
Bathurst 12 Hours

Ferrari wins Bathurst 12 Hours

John Bowe, Peter Edwards, Craig Lowndes and Mika Salo won...

John Bowe, Peter Edwards, Craig Lowndes and Mika Salo won Bathurst 12 Hours sharing the Maranello Motorsport’s Ferrari 458 GT3. Lowndes crossed the line just 0.4 ahead of HTP Motorsport Mercedes Benz driven by Maximilian Buhk, after a late-safety car...

Ferrari wins Bathurst 12 Hours  
 
Bathurst 12 Hours

Engel secures the Allan Simonsen trophy

Maro Engel claimed the pole for the Bathurst 12 Hour...

Maro Engel claimed the pole for the Bathurst 12 Hour with the Erebus Motorsport’s Mercedes Benz SLS GT3 shared with newcomer Nico Bastian and 2013 winner Bernd Schneider. Engel set the fastest time of 2:03.858, just 0.083 ahead of Mika...

Engel secures the Allan Simonsen trophy