Australian GT Paddock

Back by popular demand the Australian GT returns to the 2017 Formula 1® Rolex Australian Grand Prix. There will be 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 are amongst the fastest cars at Albert Park. 2017 will see a slightly adjusted format with 2 Qualifying sessions; allowing an opportunity for 2 driver combinations to set a time for their respective races. Qualifying 1 will be for Amateur drivers, while Qualifying 2 will be for the Professional Drivers.

When this exotic machinery is not out on track you can get up close and see these rare cars at the Coates Hire Supercars Village.

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