BATHURST 6 HOUR RE-SCHEDULED

The AUSTRALIAN RACING GROUP (ARG) in conjunction with the Bathurst Regional Council have confirmed that the Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour originally scheduled for April 10-12 (Easter) will now be re-scheduled and run in conjunction with the Bathurst International on November 13-15.

The restructure has been made in direct response to the ongoing and rapidly changing situation regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, with the health and welfare of all potential attendees a priority for both ARG and Council.

EVENT UPDATE: 2020 BATHURST 6 HOUR

As you are all very much aware, the Australian response to COVID-19 is rapidly and constantly evolving.

We are currently taking advice from the government, various regulatory bodies and also health experts.

The Prime Minister said yesterday Australians should continue to be Australians and we are well aware that many of our teams and competitors are reliant upon our industry operating for their livelihood.  We also recognise and appreciate the fans, spectators and sponsors that support our sport.

EVENT SCHEDULE TO DELIVER NON-STOP ACTION AT BATHURST 6 HOUR

A PACKED on-track schedule has been locked in for the 2020 Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour.

The schedule includes nearly 22 hours of total track time, spread across the Bathurst 6 Hour itself and support categories.

CLICK HERE to check out the full schedule.

Friday, 10 April will include the first pair of 30-minute practice sessions for the Carsales TCR Australia Series, as the international Touring Car category hits Mount Panorama for the first time.

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