STAR STUDDED DRIVING TALENT @ LIQUI-MOLY BATHURST 12-HOUR

STAR STUDDED DRIVING TALENT @ LIQUI-MOLY BATHURST 12-HOUR

Liqui Moly Bathurst 12 Hour Entry List in Numbers

Even more impressive than the line-up of machinery headed to the Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12-Hour this February 2-4, is the stunning driver talent. The very best Australian and overseas drivers are set to tackle Australia’s international endurance event. The stats are impressive indeed:

• 9 Former Bathurst 12 Hour winners, including defending winners Craig Lowndes and Jamie Whincup, for a total of 13 victories
• 4 Supercars champions, including reigning champion Jamie Whincup, for 12 championship victories
• 9 Bathurst 1000 winners, including defending winners David Reynolds and Luke Youlden, for a total of 24 Bathurst wins.
• 20 drivers to have won Australian Touring Car Championship / Supercar races for a total of 401 victories.
• 7 Sandown 500 winners for a total of 13 victories, including defending winner Cameron Waters
• 5 former Bathurst 12 Hour pole position winners
• The current outright lap record holder at Mount Panorama (Shane van Gisbergen, 2m01.5670s)
• The fastest ever driver officially recorded at Mount Panorama (Shane van Gisbergen 2m01.2860s)
• The Supercars Mount Panorama lap record holder (David Reynolds)
• The fastest ever driver officially recorded at Mount Panorama in a Supercar (Scott McLaughlin 2m03.8312)
• 3 FIA World Champions, including reigning World Endurance Champion Earl Bamber
• 4 drivers to have won the LeMans 24 Hours, for a total of 6 victories, including defending winner Earl Bamber
• 10 drivers to have won the Nurburgring 24 Hours, for a total of 21 victories
• 9 drivers to have won the Spa Francorchamps 24 Hours, for a total of 11 victories
• 1 Sebring 12 Hour winner
• 2 Bathurst 24 Hour winners
• 1 Bathurst 6 Hour winner
• 2 Intercontinental GT Challenge winners, including reigning champion Markus Winkelhock
• 2 Blancpain GT series champions
• 5 Blancpain GT Endurance Series Champions
• 5 Blancpain GT Sprint Series Champions
• 5 former Formula 1 drivers, who have made a combined 220 Grand Prix starts
• 5 Super 2 (Development Series) champions
• 2 Australian GT Champions
• 6 Porsche Carrera Cup Australia Champions for a total of 10 titles, including reigning champion David Wall and Challenge winner Stephen Grove.
• 2 Porsche Carrera Cup Asia Champions, including reigning champion Chris van der drift
• 4 Porsche Carrera Cup Germany champions
• 3 Porsche Carrera Cup France Champions
• 1 Porsche Carrera Cup Italy Champion
• 2 Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Australia champions, including reigning champion Jordan Love
• 4 Australian Drivers Champions for a total of 6 Gold Star victories
• 2 Australian Formula 4 Championship winners, including defending champion Nick Rowe
• 12 former Australian Formula Ford Champions

By |2018-01-24T09:39:58+00:00January 24th, 2018|News|