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European aces Christina Nielsen and Yelmer Buurman will team up with Australian driver Mark Griffith in a Black Falcon-run Mercedes at the Bathurst 12 Hour.
The 2003 Champ Car title winner Paul Tracy is to return to competition sharing a Ford Mustang run by MARC Cars in the Liqui Moly Bathurst 12 Hour race.
Taiwan-based GT team HubAuto has called on Supercars drivers Tim Slade and Nick Percat to spearhead its Ferrari 488 GT3 entry for next year's Bathurst 1000.
Porsche will expand its factory campaigns in the world's major GT3 championships next season.
David Reynolds will race an Erebus Motorsport-run Mercedes at the Bathurst 12 Hour next February along with Luke Youlden and Yasser Shahin.
This 320i Super Touring Car once driven by legendary driver Roberto Ravaglia has won the Nurburgring and Spa 24 Hour races
The Aussie Driver Search programme has revealed a $1 million prize pool for its 2019 season, which includes a funded drive at the Bathurst 12 Hour.
Triple Eight Race Engineering is to field its Supercars stars Craig Lowndes, Jamie Whincup and Shane van Gisbergen in what it claims is “arguably the most formidable trio ever seen at the mountain”.
Christopher Mies, Christopher Haase and Kelvin van der Linde drove the Audi Sport Team Land Audi R8 to victory in the California 8 Hours, but third was enough to earn Mercedes driver Tristan Vautier the InterContinental GT Challenge title.
Bryan Herta will team up with his son and 2019 IndyCar driver Colton to race a pair of Hyundai i30s in next week’s California 8 Hours, the finale of the Intercontinental GT Challenge.
Charly Lamm and the Schnitzer Motorsport name are almost interchangeable. When he steps down at the end of 2018, the absence of a driving force behind the touring car world's greatest empire will undeniably leave a huge void.
Mercedes dominated the first running of the Suzuka 10 Hours, with the GruppeM squad leading a 1-2 finish for the German manufacturer.