MOTOR FESTIVAL CONCLUDES IN THE BATHURST SUN

THE SUN SHONE on the closing day of the 2015 Bathurst Motor Festival at Mount Panorama today with competitors, officials and fans alike relishing dry conditions after two days of soaking rain.

In typical Bathurst style, however, the drama didn’t abate with the rain with plenty of close racing and on-track incidents filtered throughout the day.

Rod Salmon returned serve on rival Neale Muston by winning the second CUE Sports Car enduro today in a race that featured two lengthy Safety Car periods.

SUNDAY: HAPPY EASTER

EASTER SUNDAY has dawned bright and stunning in Bathurst.

After two days of quite torrential rain, it looks as though competitors might well get some dry running - and fans some blue skies - for the final day of the 2015 Bathurst Motor Festival.

There's another packed program on track today with the final races for each category to be staged today.

GRID POSITIONS SET AT BATHURST MOTOR FESTIVAL

A WET START and a delay for foggy conditions has failed to dampen the spirits of most competitors during practice and qualifying for the 2015 Bathurst Motor Festival.

Grids were today set for the beginning of racing tomorrow morning but competitors had to deal with the infamous Bathurst weather before they could get down to setting quick lap times.

Persistent rain fell for much of the morning at Mount Panorama and a one-hour delay for thick fog that blanketed the top of the circuit also delayed proceedings.

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