West, Luke
April 2010
Australian Auto Action;4/21/2010, Issue 1387, p24
The article discusses the growing popularity of Federation Internationale de l'Automobile's (FIA) GT championship. It mentions that the GT3 was introduced in Europe as an entry-level category but it has now been adopted GT series globally. It further mentions that Australia is one of the first nation to choose GT3 series championship and is home to around 29 FIA GT3 cars.


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