Champions

Australian GT Championship

1960 – Leo Geoghegan
1961 – Frank Matich
1962 – John French
1963 – Bob Jane

1982 – Alan Jones
1983 – Rusty French
1984 – Allan Grice
1985 – Bryan Thomson

2005 – Bryce Washington
2006 – Greg Crick
2007 – Allan Simonsen
2008 – Mark Eddy
2009 – David Wall
2010 – David Wall
2011 – Mark Eddy
2012 – Klark Quinn
2013 – Klark Quinn
2014 – Richard Muscat
2015 – Christopher Mies
2016 – Klark Quinn

Australian Endurance Championship

1981 – Toyota (Australia)
1982 – Allan Moffat
1983 – Peter McLeod
1984 – Allan Moffat
1985 – Jim Richards
1986 – Jim Richards

1990 – Glenn Seon
1991 – Mark Gibbs/Rohan Onslow

2011 – Stuart Kostera/Ian Tulloch
2012 – Stuart Kostera/Ian Tulloch

2014 – Grant Sherrin
2015 – Grant Sherrin
2016 – Grant Denyer/Nathan Morcom

First held to Australian GT regulations in 2016

Australian GT Trophy Series

2016 – Rob Smith (Trophy Class), Scott Hookey (Challenge Class), Jake Camilleri (MARC Class)

Season Stats

Longest Season

2007 Australian GT Championship (310 days)

Shortest Season

2016 Australian Endurance Championship (163 days)

Most Venues/Season

2007 Australian GT Championship (Eastern Creek, Adelaide Parklands, Bathurst, Queensland Raceway, Phillip Island, Symmons Plains, Oran Park, Sandown)

Most Races/Season

2007 Australian GT Championship (21 races)

Fewest Races/Season

2016 Australian Endurance Championship (4 races)

Earliest Season Start

2008 Australian GT Championship (February 1)

Latest Season Start

2016 Australian Endurance Championship (May 28)

Earliest Season Finish

2016 Australian GT Trophy Series (September 11)

Latest Season Finish

2007 Australian GT Championship (December 9)

Fewest Venues/Season

2016 Australian Endurance Championship (Phillip Island, Sydney Motorsport Park, Hampton Downs, Highlands)

Landmark Events

50th Australian GT Race

Race 5, Symmons Plains 2007

150th Australian GT Race

Race 1, Highlands 2014

100th Australian GT Race

Race 2, Clipsal 500 2011

Circuit Stats

Total Circuits Visited

18 (Adelaide Parklands, Albert Park, Barbagallo, Eastern Creek/Sydney Motorsport Park, Hampton Downs, Highlands, Homebush, Mallala, Bathurst, Oran Park, Phillip Island, Queensland Raceway, Sandown, Symmons Plains, Townsville, Wakefield Park)

Most Races at a Circuit

Phillip island (36 across three competitions)

Most Opening Rounds of Season

Adelaide Parklands (6)

Most Laps at a Circuit

Phillip Island (972 laps)

Longest Circuit

Mount Panorama (6.2113km)

Most Visited Circuit

Phillip island (18 across three competitions)

Least Visited Circuit

Barbagallo (2016), Surfers Paradise (2012)

Least Races at a Circuit

2 (Barbagallo, Surfers Paradise)

Most Final Rounds of Season

Highlands, Sandown (4)

Least Laps at a Circuit

Surfers Paradise (46 laps)

Shortest Circuit

Symmons Plains (2.2km)

Race Stats

Longest Race

Sandown 2007 (3hrs 38mins 18.1463s)

Shortest Race

Race 3, Australian Grand Prix 2009 (9mins 57.8416s)

Longest Race Distance

Sandown 2007 (490.432km)

Shortest Race Distance

Race 3, Australian Grand Prix 2009 (15.909km)

Most Laps/Race

Sandown 2007 (158 laps)

Fewest Laps/Race

Race 3, Australian Grand Prix 2009 (3 laps)

Most Laps/Season

2016 (1140 laps)

Fewest Laps/Season

2005 (146 laps)

Driver Stats

Most Race Wins

17 (Allan Simonsen, David Wall)

Most Race Wins in a Season

10 (Peter Hackett, 2005)

Successive Wins

7 (Allan Simonsen 2007-2008)

Successive Wins in a Season

6 (Allan Simonsen 2008 & David Wall 2009)

Successive Wins at Same Circuit

6 (Allan Simonsen, Eastern Creek, 2007-2008 & John Bowe, Phillip island, 2007-2008)

Most Starts Without a Win

72 (Ross Lilley)

Successive Wins From Season Start

6 (Allan Simonsen 2008)

Smallest Winning Margin

0.0161s (Race 2, Mallala 2006)

Largest Winning Margin

59.7442s (Sandown, 2007)

Most Race Starts

Tony Quinn (97)

Successive Starts

54 (Bryce Washington)

Most Pole Positions

7 (David Wall, Greg Crick)

Most Pole Positions in a Season

4 (Jono Lester 2015 & Christopher Mies 2016)

Successive Pole Positins

3 (Greg Crick, Allan Simonsen, Jono Lester, Geoff Emery)

Smallest Pole Margin

0.0211s (Eastern Creek, 2009)

Largest Pole Margin

3.0759s (Clipsal 500, 2008)

Fastest Laps

23 (Allan Simonsen)

Fastest Laps in a Season

9 (Bryce Washington, 2007)

Successive Fastest Laps

6 (Allan Simonsen, 2008)

Manufacturer Stats

Most Race Wins

38 (Porsche)

Most Wins in a Season

13 (Lamborghini, 2007)

Wins by Engine Layout

Mid-Engine 99, Front-Engine 54, Rear-Engine 38

Most Pole Positions

14 (Lamborghini & Porsche)

Most Consecutive Pole Positions

7 (Audi, Highlands 2015 – Highlands 2016)

Figures correct to the end of 2016