LIQUI-MOLY BATHURST 12 HOUR
THE ULTIMATE AUSSIE ENDURANCE RACE
06 - 08 FEBRUARY 2015

RECORD AUDIENCES WATCH 12-HOUR THRILLER ON THE MOUNTAIN

RECORD AUDIENCES have watched a record-breaking Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour Event in 2014.

While the most competitive field yet assembled for a 12-hour race at Mount Panorama producing a stunning day-long dogfight and the closest ever race finish, an estimated audience of more than half-a-million people in 150 countries watched, interacted with or read about the race across the day.

Many more watched the dramatic qualifying battle for the inaugural Allan Simonsen Pole Trophy and the packed support race program on Saturday.

UNITED AUTOSPORTS START 2014 ON A HIGH

United Autosports has begun its most comprehensive season of motorsport activity since the Anglo-American team's formation in November 2009 by recording a top-six result in one of the world’s toughest GT sports car races.
 
Mark Patterson (USA), a United Autosports regular since the outset, along with team debutants Eric Lux (USA) and Markus Winkelhock (D), swept their Audi R8 LMS ultra home to a strong sixth place finish in the Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hours today (9 February).
 

FERRARI WINS BATHURST 12-HOUR THRILLER

THE most incredible of Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour races has been emotionally won by Craig Lowndes, Peter Edwards, John Bowe and Mika Salo, driving a Ferrari 458 GT3.

The Ferrari-driving quartet won today’s race by just 0.4 seconds in a thrilling finish between Lowndes and HTP Motorsport Mercedes Benz driver Maximilian Buhk in front of a big crowd and a massive live TV and online audience watching the drama unfold.

MARANELLO MOTORSPORT TAKE OUT LIQUI-MOLY BATHURST 12 HOUR

Maranello Motorsport claimed the 2014 Liqui Moly Bathurst 12 Hour after coming through an epic encounter at the legendary Mount Panorama.

Craig Lowndes guided the Maranello Motorsport Ferrari 458 to the chequered flag to win the race for his team mates John Bowe, Mika Salo and Peter Edwards. Maxi Buhk pushed Lowndes all the way but the V8 Supercar driver holds on in a very dramatic victory.

HTP Motorsport’s Maxi Buhk finishes second with the #63 Erebus of Will Davison in third.

Includes Hour 10, 11, 12 Summary and Provisional Results

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