Liam Talbot Racing

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Liam Talbot Racing

Age: 38

Hometown: Brisbane QLD

Lives: Brisbane QLD

Years in Motorsport: 10

Most Memorable Race Moment: 2016 Spa 24 hours – I drove for 10.5 hours cumulatively and in my last stint I had a car in second place chasing me down with much more experience. Fatigue at the end of a race is such a significant factor and I knew with all my training and preparation leading into the event I was ready for this moment. For the last 2 hours I kept our opposition at bay and we WON the race.

Favourite Meal: Since starting a plant based diet in 2020, I actually enjoy a whole cooked cauliflower that’s burnt on the ends with some good flavours added as well.

That One Song on Repeat: Kayne West – Follow God

Motorsport Goals: Race at the 24 Hours of Le Mans and of course WIN.

Ultimate Sporting Dinner Guest: Anyone that runs an ultramarathon, I’m fascinated and intrigued by this disciple. As someone that runs over 1000kms per year I find it inspiring to hear about other peoples success and use this to push me further in my pursuits.

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After an incredibly successful season abroad racing with Kessel Ferrari and securing the Blancpain GT Series AM Championship, Australian endurance racing phenomenon Liam Talbot has returned home with some unfinished business. Focusing on the Australian GT and Porsche Carrera Cup categories, Liam continues to perfect his race craft and endurance racing finess. LTR is no stranger to the holy grail of Australian motorsport accruing a class win at the Bathurst 12hr in his first attempt, along with GT3 and GT4 race and round wins both locally and abroad.

Liam continues to push the endurance boundaries in his training and physical fitness with a strong desire to one day return to Europe and tackle the grueling LeMan 24hr race.

After a short racing hiatus and the addition of two children, 2021 marked the return of LTR in the Asian Le Mans Series. Partnering with Mercedes customer racing outfit HubAuto, Liam ventured across to the United Arab Emirates to tackle the Dubai Autodrome and Yas Marina Circuits in the Mercedes-AMG GT3.

The Asian Le Mans series is becoming the reference endurance racing series in Asia. Delivering highly competitive racing on world class racetracks. Last season a global audience of more than 7 million tuned in to follow some of the world’s most successful endurance racing teams. The Asian Le Mans series is growing year on year and plays a pivotal role in fostering new and emerging talent from the region, the series is also the only direct pathway to the world’s most prestigious endurance race – the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

Career Highlights


  • Asian Le Mans Series GT – 3rd
  • Liqui-moly Bathurst 12hr GT3 Silver – 4th
  • Intercontinental GT Challenge – Trofeo Motorsport


  • Australian GT Championship – Trofeo Motorsport
  • Porsche Payce Carrera Cup Australia – Wall Racing


  • Australian GT Championship – 2nd
  • Liqui-moly Bathurst 12hr GT3 Am – Mercedes AMG


  • Australian GT Championship – 2nd
  • Liqui-moly Bathurst 12hr GT3 Am – 1st
  • CAMS Australian Endurance Championship – 3rd
  • Intercontinental GT Challenge – Walkinshaw GT3


  • Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup Am – 1st
  • Ferrari Challenge Europe – Kessel Racing
  • Australian GT Championship – Walkinshaw GT3
  • CAMS Australian Endurance Championship – Maranello Motorsport