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Many thousands of spectators enjoyed the new format Highlands 101 endurance race when we ran it for the first time in 2013. With its modern take on the famous Le Mans running start and compulsory pit stops for the driver pairings, the Highlands 101 race sees up to 42 race cars vie for the chequered flag at the end of 101 laps, or three-and-a-bit intense and gruelling hours on the 4.1km Highlands circuit.
Automotive works of art to be seen at international motor shows, in movies, parked outside the exclusive casinos of Monaco, and in car magazines bought by enthusiasts with aspirations of the Prancing Horse or the Raging Bull.
This year will see Australian GT expand to three series with a four round Endurance Championship and five event Trophy Series for older specification GT cars joining the six round sprint championship.