FOLLOWING confirmation of flag-to-flag coverage on FOX Sports Australia for the first time, the Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour will also take a step forward in its international coverage this year.

The event is pleased to confirm that Radio Show Ltd, the company behind the iconic brand, will stream the race to an international market for the first time.

Suzuki team set for Bathurst 6 Hour challenge

Newly formed SORTHARE Suzuki Racing Team will race a Suzuki Swift Sport at the 2018 Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour, with the same combination from the 2017 B6HR with Michael Hopp, Peter Sortwell and Steven Pittman.

After purchasing the Suzuki Swift Sport at the 2017 Australian Production Car Series (APCS) Phillip Island 4 Hour from GMC Motorsport Services (GMC Racing), Michael Hopp and Peter Sortwell formed SORTHARE Suzuki Racing Team with the Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour and selected APCS rounds in mind.

Bathurst 6 Hour Team Reveals Tribute to Wounded Heroes

A team competing in this year’s Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour has revealed a spectacular livery promoting Wounded Heroes, a volunteer organisation providing valuable support services to the men and women of the Australian Defence Force.

The Wounded Heroes Racing HSV Clubsport R8 will be driven by Scott Cameron and Warren Trewin, and the team’s Bathurst 6 Hour campaign is aimed at generating awareness for the non-profit foundation, which provides front-line support to Australian servicemen and women, and their families.


ONLINE Camping sales for the Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour end at midnight tonight (Monday 26 March), with those looking to attend the event encouraged to book online and save. 

Online bookings are more affordable than purcahsing at the gate; which will be the only option remaining following 11:59pm tonight.

Following today, campsites can only be purchased on arrival to the circuit, commencing this Wednesday 28 March.