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SRO E-Sport GT Series AM Championship | The Votes Are In... And The Winner Is....

Paul Jeffrey

RaceDepartment Editor-in-Chief
Staff member
Jun 5, 2009
.... Bathurst! Yes, the legendary Mount Panorama Circuit in Australia will play host to the final round of the 2020 SRO E-Sport GT Series AM Championship on Saturday 20th June at 19:00 UTC.

With an exceptional 2124 votes received in total, Mount Panorama came out as a convincing winner with 39.1% of the voters selecting the Australian venue, dominating second favourite Suzuka by a mighty 166 votes. Less love would be shared amongst Kyalami and Laguna Seca, with the South African and American circuits enjoying 17.4% and 12.1% of the overall total respectively.

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This means the drivers will not only have to face off against each other on Saturday 20th June for championship glory, but put themselves up against once of the most challenging, rewarding and unforgiving circuits on the entire SRO GT calendar - something that is incredibly likely to throw more than a few curve ball scenarios into the final reckoning!

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Isaac Chavira

Livery Designer
Sep 11, 2009
I can't wait until turn one and the last 90° left-hander after the snake ends =o)
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Isaac Chavira

Livery Designer
Sep 11, 2009
When does this take place? I wonder if I have time to (If it's allowed) paint a car for someone?

Terry Rock

Oct 24, 2009
"Holy Mackerel!"
This should be very interesting indeed.
All that's needed now to really throw up a curve ball is night and rain.:roflmao::roflmao::roflmao:
This circuit is a massive challenge in the best of conditions.
I can't see it finishing without lots of accidents or penalties.
Whom ever is left standing at the end will either be very, very good....or very ,very lucky.
I'm looking forward to it either way.
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Jorge Villar

Dec 29, 2013
Let's hope the drivers put extra care in avoiding incidents, most importantly in the zone with walls on both sides. If you crash there you can create a really ugly pileup in seconds, and they don't look good at all in simracing.

Daniel Monteiro

Staff member
Sep 1, 2008
This is going to be what most of us expect... :sneaky: this is a track about commitment to many corners in a row, so trust, lightning-quick reactions and godlike car control at Mount Panorama is paramount in case the car ahead gets out of shape.

To train the psyche, John Heindhaugh can tell you in 30 seconds what can happen in just 2 or 3 seconds: