SIX HOUR ENTRY CRACKS 60 CARS AS NEW MODELS ADDED TO ELIGBILITY LIST

SIXTY-FOUR cars now feature on the Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour entry list as Bathurst’s newest enduro moves into record-setting territory.

A continued steady flow of entries has seen those confirmed to compete now just eight short of the 72-car grid capacity allowed at the 6.213km Mount Panorama circuit.

According to Bathurst records, 64 cars qualified for the 1969 Hardie Ferodo 500 on the Mountain, with 63 actually starting the race – won that year by Colin Bond and Tony Roberts in a Holden Monaro GTS.

TICKETS ON SALE FOR HI-TEC OILS BATHURST 6 HOUR

SOME of the best value tickets in Australian Motorsport are now on sale.

Tickets to the 2017 Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour enduro went on sale today (1 November) with entry to the Event starting at just $10 if purchased online by clicking here.

With a full support program, an anticipated grid of more than 55 cars for the main race itself and hours of on track action every day, the Bathurst 6 Hour offers plenty of bang-for-buck for ticketholders.

HUGE GRID BUILDING FOR HI-TEC OILS BATHURST 6 HOUR

55 CARS appear on the early-bird entry list for the 2017 running of the Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour, released today.  

In what is rapidly evolving as Australia’s largest endurance race field, the Bathurst 6 Hour looks set to be another classic in 2017 thanks to an increasingly strong grid of Production Cars set for the 14-16 April Event.

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