The #912 EBM Porsche is officially the winner of the 2019 Bathurst 12 Hour after a post-race investigation cleared Matt Campbell of any infringement while passing Chaz Mostert.
The two drivers clashed at The Chase with 30 minutes to go when Campbell made contact with Mostert's Schnitzer BMW on the way into the left-hand part of the corner after slipstreaming through the fast right-hander.
The stewards then confirmed a post-race investigation would take place.
The move put Campbell into third, and was crucial in giving him the platform to run down leader Jake Dennis to win the race.
It has now been determined that the move on the BMW (pictued below) was legal and Campbell's win alongside Dirk Werner and Dennis Olsen stands.
Campbell told Autosport he had no concerns over the legality of the move, adding that Mostert was moving under brakes.
"When I saw the opportunity I had to take it," he said.
"If I was behind him any longer I think it would have hurt our tyres, and the engine was getting quite hot. It was then and there.
"We got it down there, he was moving a bit under brakes and there was a bit of contact.
"But at the end of the day we got the move done and we trucked on up the road.
"I tried two other moves and he moved under brakes, and also on that move he moved over on the brakes as well.
"[There was] a little bit of contact, but I was far enough down the inside and he turned in on me."
Campbell added that the win is a career highlight, particularly after a second place in 2017 and taking fourth place the following year.
"It means a lot," he said. "I've done this race six times and been so close the last two years with Porsche.
"To finally get the victory, the last time with [the 911 GT3 R], it's just phenomenal. "It's such a highlight of my career."