Audi R8 LMS ultra #74 (Jamec PEM Racing), Christopher Mies/Ryan Millier
Christopher Mies has taken the lead of the standings on the fifth of six race weekends in the Australian GT Championship. Together with Ryan Millier, Mies in the Audi R8 LMS ultra of Team Jamec PEM Racing secured third place in race one. In order to increase speed on the long straight of Sandown Raceway, the mechanics altered the sports car overnight before race two. Their efforts proved successful as Mies/Millier clinched victory. Before the season finale in November, Mies is leading the drivers’ standings ahead of his Audi brand colleague Nathan Antunes. In the Trophy classification for older models, the Audi customer teams celebrated a victory as well. Greg Taylor and Barton Mawer in the Audi R8 LMS of Wall Racing won the second race. In round one, Mark Griffith in the R8 LMS of Griffith Corporation Motorsport achieved a third place in the Trophy class.
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