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Published on July 18th, 2015 | by Subhash Nair

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Tough weekend for Paterson, but the fans loved the DPE Camaro

Melbourne’s Dale Paterson came into the Townsville round of the Australian GT Championship with high expectations from his DPE Performance Exhausts Sareni Camaro.

12-months ago he’d made his debut at the circuit in his Chevrolet powered British-built Mosler, and despite being unceremoniously forced into retirement after contact with rivals early in the event, he’d learnt enough about the demanding Queensland street circuit to know he couldn’t wait to get back.

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Unlike Clipsal and Phillip Island, the former karting champion elected to do Townsville alone, with regular co-driver Steven Richards focusing on his Porsche commitments.

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2015 Australian GT Championship

GT Championship Class 
(points after round three of six)

  1. Tony Quinn (330-points), 2. Nathan Antunes (318), 3. Christopher Mies/Greg Crick (300), 4. Tony D’Alberto/Grant Denyer (236), 5. Klark Quinn (234), 6. Max Twigg/Geoff Emery (229), 7. Jono Lester (216), 8. James Koundouris (178), 9. Tony Walls (165), 10. Steven McLaughlan (150), 22. Dale Paterson (58)

2015 Australian GT Championship presented by Pirelli

Rnd#1 – 26 February-1 March, Clipsal 500, Adelaide, SA

Rnd#2 – 22-24 May, Phillip Island, Victoria

Rnd#3 – 10-12 July, Townsville, Queensland

Rnd#4 – 21-23 August, Sydney Motorsport Park, NSW

Rnd#5 – 11-13 September, Sandown 500, Melbourne, Victoria

Rnd#6 – 13-15 November, Highlands Motorsport Park, Cromwell, NZ


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