1996 Australian GT Production Car Championship - Results - Class Placings

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Class Placings

Position Driver No Car Entrant Total
Class A : Super Cars
1 Cameron McConville 22 Porsche 911 RSCS Warwick Fabrics (Aust) P/L 193
2 Jim Richards 1 Porsche 911 RSCS Jim Richards 186
3 Peter Fitzgerald 3 Porsche 911 RSCS Falken Tyres 179
4 Jim Zerefos 5 Lotus Esprit Monarch Motor Imports 105
5 John Bowe 10 Ferrari F355 Challenge Positive Hype Pty Ltd 82
6 Russell Paterson 37 Porsche 968 CS Russell Paterson 34
7 Terry Bosnjak Porsche 911 RSCS 12
Class B : High Performance Cars, 4WD and turbo
1 John Bourke 20 Subaru Impreza WRX John Bourke 130
2 Darren Palmer 15 Subaru Impreza WRX Ross Palmer Motorsport P/L 129
3 Peter Boylan 7 Subaru Impreza WRX Peter M Boylan 101
Class C : Production Cars Over 2500cc
1 Chris Sexton 99 Ford EF Falcon XR6 Prodrive Racing 192
2 John Cowley 2 Ford EF Falcon XR6 John Cowley 156
3 Denis Cribbin 33 Holden VP Commodore SS Denis Cribbin 154
4 Ian McAlister 66 Ford EB Falcon SS 126
Class D : Production Cars 1851 - 2500cc
1 Chris Kousparis 6 Mazda 626 Nepean EFI 212
2 Murray Carter 18 Mazda 626 Murray Carter 184
3 Beric Lynton 23 BMW 323i Bruce Lynton BMW 120
4 Paul Flottmann 44 Nissan Pulsar SSS Paul Flottmann 48
5 Ken Talbert 34 Mazda 626 Ken Talbert 34
6 Tim Shaw 36 Nissan Pulsar SSS Tim Shaw 29
7 Jenni Thompson 24
8 Alan Letcher 12
Class E : Production Cars 0 - 1850cc
1 Andrej Pavicevic 11 Suzuki Swift GTi Andrej Pavicevic 225
2 Nick Bacon 12 Suzuki Swift GTi Prodrive Racing 154
3 Ryan McLeod 43 Suzuki Swift GTi Ryan McLeod 132
4 Damien White 13 Suzuki Swift GTi Skilled Engineering 88
5 Carlos Rolfo 9 Ford Laser TX3 CR Motorsport 69
6 Kevin Ledger 22
7 Darren Palmer 18

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