Penrite Oil Australian GT Paddock

Back by popular demand the Penrite Oils Australian GT returned to the Formula 1® Australian Grand Prix after a 5 year hiatus. 

There were 35 GT3 cars representing some of the world's most exotic car brands including the likes of Ferrari, Bentley, BMW, Audi, Mercedes, Porsche, Lamborghini and McLaren making it the largest field of Level 1 race cars in Australia valued at over $30M. After Formula 1, the GT cars were amongst the fastest cars at Albert Park.

Close to half the grid were be new cars (17) debuting for the first time in Victoria at the Albert Park Grand Prix Circuit which include the Aston Martin Vantage GT3, Audi R8 LMS Ultra, BMW M6 GT3, McLaren 650s GT3, Lamborghini R-EX, Porsche GT3-R, Mercedes AMG GT3 and the Ferrari 488 GT3.

There were four races across the event. View all the race results here.

When not on track, you could get up close to see these exotic beauties at the Penrite Oils Australian GT Support Paddock located in the V8 Village. 

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