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The Australian Manufacturers' Championship was a motor racing title awarded by the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport (CAMS) to the winning car manufacturer in an annual series of races held throughout Australia. Whilst the first two championships were open only to Group E Series Production Touring Cars subsequent championships through to 1991 were run to the same regulations as the Australian Touring Car Championship. The title has been revived twice since then, firstly in 1994 as a championship open to 2 litre Class II Touring Cars (soon to become known as Super Touring Cars) and from 2008 as a series for production cars, incorporating the Australian Production Car Championship.

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  • Championnat d'Australie des manufacturiers
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  • The Australian Manufacturers' Championship was a motor racing title awarded by the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport (CAMS) to the winning car manufacturer in an annual series of races held throughout Australia. Whilst the first two championships were open only to Group E Series Production Touring Cars subsequent championships through to 1991 were run to the same regulations as the Australian Touring Car Championship. The title has been revived twice since then, firstly in 1994 as a championship open to 2 litre Class II Touring Cars (soon to become known as Super Touring Cars) and from 2008 as a series for production cars, incorporating the Australian Production Car Championship.
  • Le Championnat d'Australie des manufacturiers (Australian Manufacturers Championship en anglais) est un championnat australien de sport automobile dont le titre, décerné par la Confédération du sport mécanique australien, récompense le constructeur de la voiture qui a terminé la saison avec le plus de points. Alors que les deux premiers championnats étaient seulement réservés aux voitures de production du Groupe E, les éditions suivantes, jusqu'en 1991, adoptèrent la réglementation du Championnat d'Australie des voitures de tourisme. En 1992 et 1993, aucun titre ne fut attribué, mais en 1994 le championnat fut relancé et disputé par des voitures de tourisme 2.0 litre Classe 2 (qui deviendrait plus tard le Supertourisme). Le championnat fut de nouveau suspendu entre 1995 et 2007 mais recréé
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  • Le Championnat d'Australie des manufacturiers (Australian Manufacturers Championship en anglais) est un championnat australien de sport automobile dont le titre, décerné par la Confédération du sport mécanique australien, récompense le constructeur de la voiture qui a terminé la saison avec le plus de points. Alors que les deux premiers championnats étaient seulement réservés aux voitures de production du Groupe E, les éditions suivantes, jusqu'en 1991, adoptèrent la réglementation du Championnat d'Australie des voitures de tourisme. En 1992 et 1993, aucun titre ne fut attribué, mais en 1994 le championnat fut relancé et disputé par des voitures de tourisme 2.0 litre Classe 2 (qui deviendrait plus tard le Supertourisme). Le championnat fut de nouveau suspendu entre 1995 et 2007 mais recréé en 2008. Depuis cette date, le championnat est incorporé au Championnat d'Australie des voitures de production et s'applique aux constructeurs de voitures de production du groupe 3E.
  • The Australian Manufacturers' Championship was a motor racing title awarded by the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport (CAMS) to the winning car manufacturer in an annual series of races held throughout Australia. Whilst the first two championships were open only to Group E Series Production Touring Cars subsequent championships through to 1991 were run to the same regulations as the Australian Touring Car Championship. The title has been revived twice since then, firstly in 1994 as a championship open to 2 litre Class II Touring Cars (soon to become known as Super Touring Cars) and from 2008 as a series for production cars, incorporating the Australian Production Car Championship. For 2016 the Australian Manufacturers' Championship has been replaced by the Australian Production Car Series.
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