THE HI-TEC Oils Bathurst 6 Hour will be able to be viewed live and free on Easter Sunday, April 16.
Live streaming of the entire six-hour race will be available through the www.bathurst6hour.com.au website, the event social media channels and the MotorsportsTV live app available for iPhone and Android platforms.
It means fans will be able to view the action from anywhere they wish this April.
Last year more than 50,000 streamed the highly competitive debut race that saw Nathan Morcom and Chaz Mostert storm to victory in their BMW. This year 66 cars will take the starter at 11:30am (local time) in one of Bathurst’s biggest ever grids.
Meanwhile, an expanded post-produced media package will see two hours of highlights broadcast on the popular SBS TV show Speedweek in the weeks following the Event.
Mount Panorama’s world-class live timing system will be available from first practice on Friday, with timing and statistics from every session to be live via the Event website.
The timing system includes a customisable running order page, vehicle tracker and statistics page allowing fans to follow the race from afar – or at the circuit – closer than ever.
At the circuit, fans will have access to super screens to watch the race on Sunday, while commentary will be provided on the circuit radio FM frequency and the public address system.
Tickets and camping remain available and also remain the best way to watch the race.
As well as enjoying general admission access to the entire circuit, a GA ticket also includes access to the paddock area, the pit straight grandstand and the pit building roof.
Friday access starts at $10, while a three-day GA ticket purchased online is just $35. Children 12 and under will be admitted free alongside a paying adult.
Tickets can be purchased online via the Bathurst 6 Hour website, with tickets purchased online priced more affordably than those purchased at the gate during the Event.