Australian Endurance Championship

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The Australian Endurance Championship is an Australian motor racing title which has been awarded by the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport in numerous years and for numerous categories since 1981.wikipedia
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From 2013 onwards, an Enduro Cup was awarded to the drivers scoring the most championship points over the three two-driver endurance events in the Supercars Championship.
From 1981 to 1986 and in 1990 and 1991, the Australian Endurance Championship was held for touring cars over several races per year, however unlike today was not a part of that year's Australian Touring Car Championship.

1981 Australian Endurance Championship

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It was the 11th circuit racing manufacturers' championship title to be awarded by CAMS and the first to carry the Australian Endurance Championship name.

1982 Australian Endurance Championship

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It was the second Australian Endurance Championship and the first to incorporate titles for both drivers and makes.

Australian Manufacturers' Championship

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Replacing the Australian Championship of Makes, which had been held from 1976 to 1980, it was decided over a series of endurance races for cars complying with CAMS Group C Touring Car regulations.

Highlands 101

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The inaugural season included four 101 lap races, at Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, Sydney Motorsport Park, Hampton Downs Motorsport Park and the Highlands 101 at Highlands Motorsport Park.
From 2016, the race is run as a round of the Australian Endurance Championship.

1983 Australian Endurance Championship

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The 1983 Australian Endurance Championship was a CAMS sanctioned motor racing title for drivers of Group C Touring Cars.

Group C (Australia)

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Replacing the Australian Championship of Makes, which had been held from 1976 to 1980, it was decided over a series of endurance races for cars complying with CAMS Group C Touring Car regulations.

1984 Australian Endurance Championship

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The championship, which was the fourth Australian Endurance Championship, was contested over a five-round series.

1985 Australian Endurance Championship

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The championship was the fifth Australian Endurance Championship and the fourth to be awarded as a drivers title.

Group A

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The dual Australian Endurance Championship / Australian Manufacturers' Championship titles were contested in both 1985 and 1986 over a series of endurance races for cars complying with Australian Touring Car regulations, which were based on International Group A.

1990 Australian Endurance Championship

1990Australian Endurance Championship
The 1990 Australian Endurance Championship was the seventh running of the Australian Endurance Championship.

1986 Australian Endurance Championship

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The title, which was the sixth Australian Endurance Championship, was contested concurrently with the 1986 Australian Manufacturers' Championship, which was the sixteenth in a sequence of manufacturers championships awarded by CAMS, and the seventh to be contested under the Australian Manufacturers' Championship name.

1991 Australian Endurance Championship

1991Australian Endurance Championship
The championship, which was the eighth running of the Australian Endurance Championship, began on 8 September 1991 at Sandown Raceway and ended on 6 October at the Mount Panorama Circuit after two rounds.

2011 Australian Manufacturers' Championship

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CAMS also awarded an Australian Production Car Endurance Championship in 2011 and 2012.
The championship, which was open to modified production touring cars, also incorporated three drivers titles, the 2011 Australian Production Car Championship, the 2011 Australian Production Car Endurance Championship and the 2011 Australian Endurance Championship.

Allan Moffat

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Moffat then went on to finish second behind Brock in the Surfers Paradise 300 to claim the final Australian Endurance Championship, and the final ever championship run under CAMS Group C rules.

2012 Australian Manufacturers' Championship

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CAMS also awarded an Australian Production Car Endurance Championship in 2011 and 2012.
The series also incorporated the 2012 Australian Production Car Championship, the 2012 Australian Production Car Endurance Championship and the 2012 Australian Endurance Championship, each of which was a drivers' title.

2014 Australian Manufacturers' Championship

2014Australian Manufacturers' Championship
The 2014 Australian Production Car Championship was the 21st Australian Production Car Championship and the 2014 Australian Endurance Championship was the 12th Australian Endurance Championship.

Peter Hackett (racing driver)

Peter Hackett
Peter Hackett is an Australian Endurance Championship GT race driver and driving instructor.

2017 Australian GT Championship

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Following the success of the previous year, a second series for GT3 cars, the Australian Endurance Championship was also contested.

BMW 6 Series (E24)

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Mazda RX-7

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Privateer racer Peter McLeod drove his RX-7 to win the 1983 Australian Endurance Championship, while Moffat won the Endurance title in 1982 and 1984.

2015 Australian Manufacturers' Championship

2015
Points towards the Australian Endurance Championship outright title were awarded to drivers based on outright finishing positions attained in Rounds 1, 2 and 5.

Grant Denyer

In 2016 Denyer won the Australian Endurance Championship, an offshoot of the GT Championship, with Nathan Morcom.

Ford Sierra RS Cosworth

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