The race-winning duo will share a brilliant blue and orange CoinSpot Audi R8 LMS Evo GT3 run out of the Audi Sport Customer Racing Australia stable.
CoinSpot is Australia’s largest cryptocurrency exchange with over two million customers allowing members to easily deposit, access, and trade over 300 cryptocurrencies.
CoinSpot partners to triumph on the race track
The Bathurst event will be the first time Ross and Talbot have joined forces, bringing together experienced, race-winning performances from both drivers.
It will also be Ross’ first taste of an Audi R8 LMS Evo, while Talbot has most recently been piloting a Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Evo, which shares many of the same internals as the Audi.
Both drivers have a strong pedigree in GT3 competition, with Ross having enjoyed previous success at Mount Panorama, winning the Silver Class at the 2020 Liqui Moly Bathurst.
The Victorian has a strong pedigree behind the wheel of a range of machinery, including victories driving a McLaren 650S GT3, and the first McLaren 720S GT3 win globally.
Talbot has enjoyed class success at the Bathurst 12 Hour and was victorious in the 2016 Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup.
The adaptable pair joined forces out of the championship-winning Audi Sport Customer Racing stable, which has established itself as a leading force in GT3 racing in Australasia.
Mount Panorama hosted the final of the 2021 GT World Challenge Australia presented by AWS.
Comments from Fraser Ross and Liam Talbot
Fraser Ross said “I’m massively excited to get back behind the wheel, and it’s great to be able to do that with support from CoinSpot and Liam. It’s the first time CoinSpot has been involved in motorsport, so we’re looking to reward their faith in us.”
“The Audi Sport Customer Racing Australia guys are world-class, and I know how hard a racer Liam is after going wheel-to-wheel with him on track.”
“To now have the opportunity to share a car with him, with the support of a team like we have, I’m really looking forward to a big weekend at one of the best race tracks in the world.”
“Bathurst doesn’t take many prisoners so it’ll be a case of starting off slowly and working our way up, and hopefully that’ll put us somewhere towards the front.”
“It’s a track I’ve had some success at in the past, so hopefully we can do that again!”
Liam Talbot said, “It’s great to partner up with Fraser and Audi to tackle Bathurst. We’ve had great battles in the past and I’m really looking forward to seeing what we can do together.”
“The car looks great, and we’ve got some fantastic support from CoinSpot – it’s cool to see companies like that coming into motorsport for the first time. For us I think the key will be just building up over the weekend, not taking too many, and seeing where we end up.”