Current German GT Champion Christopher Mees will make his double start in Australia this weekend (November 26-28). The 32-year-old will compete in both the GT World Challenge Australia and DCR Australia at the Mount Panorama Circuit in Batherst.
Pat who was in Nurburging in early November He won his second ADAC GT Masters title with Ricardo Feller One of the first international drivers to launch in Australia since the outbreak of the COVID-19 epidemic in March 2020. About a year and a half later, the country recently reopened its borders to foreigners.
“Fatherst has always been special and I’m looking forward to coming back to Australia after many years,” Mees said. “Australia is my favorite country and racing has always been a joy. I love Australian racing culture,” said Mies, who has already won the Bathurst 12 Hours twice in the GT3.
At GTWC Australia Race, Mies will share the Audi R8 LMS with Yasser Shah. The GT3 car, like the Audi RS3 LMS DCR, is used by the factory support team Melbourne Performance Center (MBC).
“It has been a long time since I last drove a DCR car. We only got the first generation a few years ago. [des Audi RS3 LMS TCR] Have created. Jumping back and forth between two different types of racing cars is something I have not done in years, so do not judge me by stopping everyone in the first session, “said Mice, who dampened expectations, especially in the DCR view – start.
“Of course, my main goal is to help Yasser [GT]Win the championship, I will do it, “outlined the goal for the weekend.” Mice said, “From all I’ve heard, he’s a great guy and still a great racer. I can not wait to do this for him and the MPC. I really missed the guys and look forward to continuing our story together.
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