BP Ultimate Australian GT

Back by popular demand, BP Ultimate Australian GT returns to the Formula 1® Rolex Australian Grand Prix 2019.

With up to 30 exotic GT3 and GT4 cars from some of the world’s most exclusive brands on track – including Ferrari, McLaren, BMW, Audi, Mercedes, Porsche and Lamborghini – the Australian GT field, worth over $30 million, is the largest Level 1 category in Australia. 

When this amazing machinery is not out on track, you can get up close and see these rare cars at Beaurepaires Supercars Central in the General Admission area.

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