Wall Racing Lamborghini Huracan GT3

Wall Racing Lamborghini Huracan GT3


Wall Racing will return to the Liqui Moly 12 Hours of Bathurst in February with the Lamborghini Huracan GT3 entered in the Pro-Am class.

Car owner Adrian Deitz has partnered with Wall Racing for the fourth consecutive year, along with team owner and 2017 Australian Porsche Carrera Cup champion David Wall, 2022 TCR Australian champion Tony D’Alberto and Supercar driver, also familiar with the race. of GT, Grant Denyer.

Four FIA Silver-rated drivers have already combined last year, finishing fifth overall at the Bathurst 12 Hours, remaining in contention for a podium position until the final hour of the race.

The Wall Racing will also benefit from the support of an engineer from Lamborghini who will arrive directly from the 24 Hours of Daytona to complete the team list at the Mount Panorama circuit.

“We’ve been lucky enough to run a lot at the Mount Panorama track recently, and that’s really helped us understand what the car needs at Bathurst, said Adrian Deitz. We felt we took a good step forward with the car at Bathurst in November and look forward to making further improvements at the 12 Hours.

Lamborghini is sending us an engineer, straight from Daytona, and we’re very grateful to have the brand’s support for Australia’s finest endurance racing. Having someone there will be a huge benefit, not only for us drivers, but also for the team. »

“Tony -D’Alberto- has been a great asset to my racing, and the way he rose to win the TCR title last year was incredible, he adds. He didn’t have the fastest car but he did what it took to win the series, and that’s why we want him in the car.

David’s qualifications speak for themselves, and he works very well with Tony. Their technical opinions are complementary, there is no selfishness and you know they get the job done. Grant was a great addition to the team last year. He is a good racing driver. He hadn’t driven a GT for five years, and last year he got there and did a great job – no fuss or fuss. »