2020 SUPER GT
AUSTRALIA

2020 Super GT Australia Championship

The Super GT Australia Championship is a national category, co-promoted by the Australian Motor Racing Series (AMRS) and MARC Cars Australia.

The championship is open to a diverse array of sports and GT cars, ensuring all marques of GT cars are able to participate. Eligible vehicles include all GT3 Cup cars, Porsche Cup, Ferrari Challenge and Lamborghini Super Trofeo cars, MARC I and II vehicles, GT4 cars and other invited sports cars.

Super GT Australia aims to give the owners of these machines an opportunity to race with the right combination of professionalism and fun.

All rounds of the 2020 Super GT Australia Championship will run at AMRS race meetings across Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia, with the entry process managed by the Benalla Auto Club Events team.

Key features of the Super GT Australia Championship include:

  • Cost-effective entry fees, which include generous track time at each event.
  • Eligibility requirements that encourage variety and diversity, and award competitors for their class results as well as outright finishing positions
  • A mixture of sprint and endurance formats at each round, catering for single or twin-driver teams
  • A handicap pit stop system, that gives all cars and drivers a chance to contend for outright victory

As with other AMRS categories, competitors in Super GT Australia will benefit from a generous exposure package that includes free-to-air highlights from each round televised on SBS Speedweek, along with live streaming at the Sunday of each event.

Competitors will also enjoy a streamlined entry process, and consistency of officials and management staff at all rounds.

All owners of eligible cars are encouraged to register their interest via this page, to keep up to date with all category news items.

2020 Calendar

Round 1

Winton Raceway, 31 July-2 August

Round 2

Sydney Motorsport Park, 25-27 September

Round 3

Queensland Raceway, 23-25 October

Round 4

Cancelled due to COVID-19

expressions of interest