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Race 1:

Circuit Adelaide Parklands Circuit
Date 04.03.2016
Laps 24
Distance 77,256 km / 48,015 miles
No Driver Ferrari S/N Team Result
43
Brenton Griguo
Tim Macrow
 430 GT3
Koala Motorsport
18. overall / 1. in class INV

Race 3:

Circuit Adelaide Parklands Circuit
Date 05.03.2016
Laps 21
Distance 67,599 km / 42,013 miles
No Driver Ferrari S/N Team Result
43
Brenton Griguo
Tim Macrow
458 Italia GT3
Koala Motorsport
19. overall / 1. in class INV

Race 3:

Circuit Adelaide Parklands Circuit
Date 06.03.2016
Laps 25
Distance 80,475 km / 50,016 miles
No Driver Ferrari S/N Team Result
43
Brenton Griguo
Tim Macrow
458 Italia GT3
Koala Motorsport
20. overall / 1. in class INV

 

Australian GT – Griguol and Macrow dominate Invitational class at Adelaide

Posted: 13.03.2016
Source: Ferrari

Adelaide, 7 March 2016 – The Australian GT championship got off with three races at the Adelaide circuit. There was one Ferrari competing, the F430 No. 43 of Koala Motorsport of Brenton Griguol and Tim Macrow that won all the races in the Invitational class.

Perfect weekend. The Prancing Horse car always led over direct rival Keith Wong, driver of the Veloce Motorsport Porsche. In Race-1 Gruguol and Macrow were 18th overall crossing the finish line 59” behind the overall winner Roger Lago in the JBS Australia Lamborghini. In Race-2 the Koala Motorsport crew was class winner again finishing 19th overall in the race won by James Koundouris and Marcus Marshall on the Supabarn Supermarkets Audi. Griguol and Macrow were 19th overall in Race-3 too thus completing their perfect weekend. The overall race was won by Tony Walls on the Objective Racing McLaren.

Next race. Round 2 of the Australian GT Championship will be held as part of the Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix, with four races across the weekend while on April 1 the Australian Endurance GT Championship will kick off its season at Sandown Raceway.

 

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