1962 Australian GT Championship

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The 1962 Australian GT Championship was a CAMS sanctioned motor racing title for drivers of Appendix K GT cars.wikipedia
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He won the 1962 Australian GT Championship driving a Centaur-Waggott and in 1969 French paired with Allan Moffat to win the Sandown Three Hour race in a Ford Falcon GTHO Phase I.

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Australian GT Championship

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The 1962 Australian GT Championship was a CAMS sanctioned motor racing title for drivers of Appendix K GT cars. The title, which was the third Australian GT Championship, was contested over a single race held at the Lakeside circuit, in Queensland, Australia on 8 July 1962.

Lakeside International Raceway

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The title, which was the third Australian GT Championship, was contested over a single race held at the Lakeside circuit, in Queensland, Australia on 8 July 1962.

Confederation of Australian Motor Sport

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The 1962 Australian GT Championship was a CAMS sanctioned motor racing title for drivers of Appendix K GT cars.

Queensland

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The title, which was the third Australian GT Championship, was contested over a single race held at the Lakeside circuit, in Queensland, Australia on 8 July 1962.

Australia

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The title, which was the third Australian GT Championship, was contested over a single race held at the Lakeside circuit, in Queensland, Australia on 8 July 1962.

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