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- Feb 9, 2013
Free live streaming coverage will be available for the support races, qualifying, and complete race at http://www.bathurst12hour.com.au/
Class A - GT3 ProAm / GT3 AM
Split into two sections, the outright GT3 Class is for GT3 vehicles up to and including all 2014 models. GT3 ProAm is for entries with two ‘seeded’ drivers whilst entrants with one or no seeded drivers will compete for the GT3 Amateur class.
Class B - GT3 Cup Cars
The ‘Porsche class’ – for Porsche’s 996, 997 GT3 models or Porsche Cup S models.
Class C - GT4
The baby GT category run to the global GT4 vehicles. Less modified and more production based than their GT3 counterparts.
Class D – Invitational (Production)
For ‘traditional’ production-based vehicles derived from an original road-going model. Includes a selection of BMW models (M3, 135i) plus more specialised endurance-specification vehicles derived from production vehicles like the BMW M3 GTR.
Class I – Invitational (non-Production)
For cars designed primarily for endurance racing and custom made as such – includes the MARC Cars Australia entries.