Arise Racing GT lead the drivers championship after GTWC Australia Phillip Island race 2

Date posted on April 17, 2024 · Published by eurasiapr

The Arise Racing GT, with support from Eurasia Motorsport, Ferrari 296 GT3 cars finished in 4th and 7th places. Chaz Mostert and Liam Talbot started from pole position but fell down the order after the mandatory pit stop due to the extra 15 seconds in the pit lane resulting from the compensation time added for winning race 1. Liam Talbot was able to claw back to fourth place only a few tenths behind P3.

Jaxon Evans and Elliott Schutte had a 10 seconds compensation time added to their pit stop as a result of finishing second in race one. They had looked good until a technical issue saw Schutte having to nurse the car home in 7th place.

The team now hold the drivers championship lead with the #1 car and look forward to the next event at The Bend. Mark Goddard of Eurasia Motorsport stated “This has been a great start to our long term relationship with Arise Racing GT and we are all looking forward to a competitive future not only in Australia but also the big ticket events globally”