Increased track time for GTWC Australia in 2023


GT competitors will have access to increased track time in 2023. Picture: Ross Gibb Photography

Fanatec GT World Challenge Australia powered by AWS competitors will have access to increased track time in 2023.

All rounds will feature an additional 30-minutes of practice time, in the form of two 45-minute sessions, rather than the two 30-minute sessions offered in 2022.

There will be even more time offered at the opening round of the season at the Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour on April 7-9, with a pair of 60-minute sessions featuring on the schedule.

Practice times at the three Repco Supercars Championship rounds on the 2023 calendar, namely the Perth SuperSprint on April 28-30, Beaurepaires Sydney SuperNight on July 28-30, as well as the Valo Adelaide 500 on November 23-26 will be negotiated in advance.

In addition to the increased on-track offering, a Top 10 Shootout will feature at the penultimate round of the season at Queensland Raceway on August 11-13.

The ten fastest drivers in Qualifying 2, irrespective of classes, will progress to the Top 10 Shootout, which must feature the Am driver in the line-up.

GTWC Australia will confirm the endurance fixture and sprint race formats at a later date.

The 2023 GTWC Australia season will commence at the Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour on April 7-9.

2023 GT World Challenge Australia Championship Sprint Calendar
Round 1: Mount Panorama Motor Racing Circuit, Bathurst, NSW April 7-9
Round 2: Wanneroo Raceway, Wanneroo, WA – April 28-30
Round 3: Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, Phillip Island, VIC – May 12-14
Round 4: Sydney Motorsport Park, Sydney, NSW – July 28-30
Round 5: Queensland Raceway, Ipswich, QLD – August 11-13
Round 6: Adelaide Parklands Circuit, Adelaide, SA – November 23-26

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