Wall Racing will return to the Bathurst 12 Hour in 2019, after a double podium in 2018, with a Lamborghini Huracan GT3.
The team’s Huracan was campaigned successfully by Adrian Deitz and Cameron McConville in the 2018 Australian GT Endurance championship. The duo will be joined by Tony D’Alberto, the current Australian GT Endurance Champion, and Julian Westwood, who previously won Blancpain Endurance Am Class championship.
This will be Adrian Deitz’s first time racing at Bathurst, having run the Challenge Bathurst in November.
“After driving Bathurst for the first time in November at Challenge Bathurst I was very comfortable in the car and happy with my laps times,” Deitz said.
“I am looking forward to the challenge of racing at Bathurst and competing in my first 12 hour event”
The entry will race in the Pro /Am class however will be looking for outright results given the strength of the driving combination.
“It’s great to be heading back to the Bathurst 12 Hour, this is always a great event for our team and we are looking to achieve a class podium again in 2019,” said David Wall, Wall Racing Team Owner.
“After finishing the 2018 Australian GT Endurance Championship, the Huracan has been at the Wall Racing workshop, being prepared for the event. We have a very strong driving combination and feel that a strong outright result won’t be out of the question.”
Wall Racing will test early in the new year ahead of the Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour on the 31 January to 3 February 2019.