|This page contains information regarding the 2018 event. This page will be updated with 2019 event information once available.|
THERE will be plenty of ways to catch the 2018 Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour over the Easter long weekend. Here's how:
TV COVERAGE (Australia):
If you're in Australia, the event will be shown live on TV for the first time, on Fox Sports 505, with coverage starting 11:15am AET (that's standard time, daylight saving ends Sunday morning).
Australian audiences can then stream the race via Foxtel Now.
With Foxtel’s streaming service, Foxtel Now, fans can get instant access and be signed up and streaming all the action LIVE within minutes.
To try two weeks for free, go to www.getfoxsports.com.au.
Two-hours of highlights of the Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour will air on SBS Speedweek (on SBS One and SBS HD) at 1pm on Sunday 15 April 2018 (check your local guides).
For our international viewers, the Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour race will be streamed live and free via www.bathurst6hour.com.au/live from 7:50am AET (UTC+10), including support categories.
With coverage produced by noted motorsport production house AVE, the race will be broadcast live with coverage right the way around Mount Panorama.
Commentary will come from the local on-air team from Bathurst Broadcasters, supported by motorsport caller Richard Craill and a host of guest drivers both in the commentary box and in pit lane.
Streaming commences on Sunday prior to the race start in the morning and will continue to the finish of the podium celebrations for the Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour that evening. Included in the streaming will be the support category races.
For Australian audiences, support categories in the morning will be shown until the commencement of the Fox Sports coverage via www.bathurst6hour.com.au/live-aus from 7:50am AET (UTC+10).
A full replay of the entire coverage will be available to view to all audiences via the Bathurst 6 Hour website from the early hours of Monday morning. Click here for the replay.
Radio Show Limited, via their RS1 Channel, will have audio only coverage of all supports and the six-hour race, for all audiences in Australia and around the world, on Sunday. Click here for the player.
Fans will be able to access live timing for free via the Bathurst 6 hour website across all three days of on-track action. The Mount Panorama timing system offers multiple pages of information for fans to access including a circuit tracker, statistics and more – the same info the teams get in pit lane.
The Bathurst 6 Hour will be posting regular content to social media throughout the weekend, with people encouraged to follow the event on Facebook and Twitter.
The official hashtags for the event is #B6HR – join the conversation!