CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS TO CELEBRATE EASTER ON THE MOUNTAIN

THE BEST WAY for fans of motor sport to celebrate Easter is by becoming a volunteer at the 2015 Bathurst Motor Festival.

200 volunteers are currently being recruited for the 3-5 April Event that will this year provide seven race and regularity categories and more than 360 competitors in a veritable feast for fans of the sport this Easter long weekend.

Positions are available for both CAMS accredited officials – for positions like flag marshals – and non-accredited positions where formal training is not necessary yet support is still needed.

RECORD ENTRIES FOR 2015 BATHURST MOTOR FESTIVAL

THE EASTER BUNNY will be extra busy in the Bathurst region on Easter Sunday this year. 

A record number of entries have been received from the seven competing categories at the 2015 Bathurst Motor Festival, to be held across the Easter long weekend (3-5 April) at the famous Mount Panorama Circuit.

363 entries have been lodged with Event organisers, up from the previous record of 323 set last year.

PACKED PROGRAM SET FOR 2015 BATHURST MOTOR FESTIVAL

THE FULL race program for the 2015 Bathurst Motor Festival has been confirmed.

Once again a bumper line up of seven categories representing a broad cross-section of Australian Motorsport’s past and present will take to Mount Panorama across the Easter long weekend next year.

The debut of the Heritage Touring Cars at the Motor Festival will likely attract plenty of interest, category organisers have already confirmed they have secured a full grid of 55-cars from the classic Group C and A eras of Australian Touring Car Racing.

HERITAGE TOURING CARS TO COMPETE AT 2015 BATHURST MOTOR FESTIVAL

The ‘Legends of Bathurst’ return to Mount Panorama with full 55-car field

THE Heritage Touring Cars series has been confirmed as part of the program for the 2015 Bathurst Motor Festival at Mount Panorama, Bathurst.

The Historic category – featuring Group C and A Touring Cars made famous by their deeds at the world-class circuit in the annual October classic – is making a return to the Mountain for the first time since it competed at the 2011 Bathurst 12 Hour.

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