Geoff Emery, team-mate Garth Tander and Audi Sport have prevailed to claim their maiden Australian Endurance Championship title after an epic battle across three one hour legs at Melbourne’s notorious Sandown Raceway. Challenging weather that saw all four seasons within hours of each other, technical failures, pit stop infringements and spins, it had it all, but after the dust had settled no-one could deny the popular local team from claiming their third national title in as many years.
Melbourne’s Geoff Emery is on target for his third Australian GT title this weekend at Sandown Raceway, the Audi driver comfortably leading the CAMS Australian Endurance Championship with one round remaining, the experienced campaigner rejoining former Supercar champion Garth Tander looking to seal what would be their maiden title together.
Australian GT returns to action this weekend at a venue for which GT competition is synonymous – Sandown International Raceway in Melbourne’s south-east.
After two seasons in the mighty KTM X-Bow GT4, Sydney’s David Crampton is smiling wider than ever, and on the eve of an Australian Championship battle in which he and team-mate Trent Harrison are right in the title fight, it’s understandable that the duo are upbeat despite heading into Melbourne’s uncertain Spring weather..