1996 Australian GT Production Car Championship

The 1996 Australian GT Production Car Championship was a CAMS sanctioned motor racing title for drivers of Group 3E Series Production Cars. The championship, which was organised and promoted by Procar Australia, was contested over an eight round series with two races per round.

  • Round 1, Amaroo Park, New South Wales, 18 May
  • Round 2, Lakeside, Queensland, 23 June
  • Round 3, Amaroo Park, New South Wales, 14 July
  • Round 4, Mallala, South Australia, 11 August
  • Round 5, Winton, Victoria, 25 August
  • Round 6, Phillip Island, Victoria, 22 September
  • Round 7, Lakeside, Queensland, 27 October
  • Round 8, Oran Park, New South Wales, 8 November

Outright championship points were awarded on a 15-12-10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis to the top ten finishers in each race with a bonus point awarded to the driver setting pole position for each round. Class points were awarded on the same basis to the top ten class finishers in each race but with no bonus point for pole position.

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