After two top ten finishes and a Pro-Am podium across the last two years of the gruelling once-around-the-clock marathon on arguably the world’s toughest circuit, Trofeo Motorsport went into the 2019 Bathurst 12 Hour intent upon a podium return and were right on target before contact towards the end of the third hour ultimately put
Wednesday, 23 January 2019 by Sean Henshelwood
One of the new additions to the CAMS Australian GT Championship for 2019 is a change in tyre compound for the ‘outright’ GT3 category, with Pirelli Motorsport introducing the Pirelli P Zero DHD2 designated tyre, a compound introduced during 2018 into the various Blancpain GT contests around Europe and Asia. For the teams and drivers,
Melbourne’s Trofeo Motorsport will sport a new driver lineup in the #29 Lamborghini Huracan GT3 for the 2019 Liqui Moly Bathurst 12 Hour, the leading Australian team from the 2018 event looking to return to the Pro-Am podium after achieving the feat in 2017, before finishing fourth (and eighth outright) last year.