High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles The 2009 Australian
Manufacturers' Championship was a CAMS sanctioned motor racing
title for car manufacturers. It was the 24th manufacturers title to
be awarded by CAMS and the 15th to be contested under the
Australian Manufacturers' Championship name. The championship was
open to Group 3E Series Production Cars. Mitsubishi ended the
season as champions, beating other manufacturers Toyota and Subaru.
The Australian Manufacturers' Championship is a motor racing title
awarded by the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport (CAMS) to
the winning car manufacturer in a 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 Supertouring) and from 2008
as a series for Group 3E Series Production Cars, incorporating the
Australian Production Car Championship.
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