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Two of Australia’s brightest young talents have confirmed an assault on the 2017 Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour, in a new 2016 Subaru WRX STI which will run in the outright A1 class.
Dimitri Agathos and Lachlan Gibbons will team up in the FullGas Racing machine for the prestigious production car endurance race around the nation’s most famous racetrack, with their campaign supported by Nova Employment, Castrol and Whiteline.
Reigning Australian Production Cars champion Beric Lynton says he and co-driver Tim Leahey will be heading to this year’s 2017 Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour spurred on by unfinished business from last year’s event.
The April 14-16 event doubles as the first round of the 2017 Australian Production Cars season.
In 2016 during the inaugural running of the event, Lynton and Leahey started from pole position and went on to finish seventh after being plagued by a mechanical issue.
The championship-winning Sherrin Racing team will begin a new era in the Australian Production Cars at the Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour, when they debut their new BMW M4.
After taking out the Class B Australian Production Cars championship for the third year running last year – one year on from also taking out the outright title – Sherrin Racing will make their move to Class A for the first time with their new car.
HISTORY will be created at Mount Panorama this Easter should a majority of the cars entered in the 2017 Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour start the Race.
After an outstanding response from competitors, 66 entries were received and approved by the closing date last Friday (February 10) – meaning that should a majority of those entered take to the iconic Mount Panorama grid on Easter Sunday, it will set a record for the largest field to start an endurance race at the iconic circuit.