ORANGE-based Midwest Multimedia Racing (MWM) has confirmed their driving squad for the 2019 Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour. 

James Keene will be joined by Matt Thewlis and Richard Luff, who clinched the Class D Championship of Australian Production Cars last year -driving the MWM Mini Cooper. 


TICKETS for the 2019 Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour endurance race are now on sale – and they’re priced exactly the same as this year’s event.

The annual Easter long weekend classic will retain its position as one of Australia’s best-value motorsport events with ticket prices starting at just $10 if purchased online prior to the event.

As well as the Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour Production Car enduro, a packed support program includes a diverse mix of categories that will appeal to a broad spectrum of racing fans.

Preliminary entry list released for 2019 race

AUSTRALIA’S premier Production Car endurance race has released another bumper early entry list, with the 2019 Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour already shaping up as another Mount Panorama classic.

More than 40 ‘early bird’ entries have been received by Event organisers ahead of the 19-21 April Event across the Easter 2019 long weekend.

With entries remining open until 15 March 2019, it sets the scene for another bumper field that organisers expect to again reach 60 cars.


ENTRIES for the 2019 HI-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour open on Monday, 3 September.  

Another huge grid is anticipated to tackle Mount Panorama next Easter for the fourth running of Australia’s premier endurance race for Production-based vehicles.

Regulations, consistent to previous years, have been approved by CAMS and released ahead of entries opening next week.

Click here to open the competitors page and download the regulations.