27 March 2021 | General

‘Access all areas’ Bathurst 6 Hour ready to welcome fans, campers for Easter

A massive Easter long weekend of racing is in store at the 2021 Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour as fans, campers and corporate guests get set to enjoy what is shaping up as a classic weekend on the Mountain.

While adhering to all current New South Wales COVID-19 guidelines, the event looks set to welcome a strong crowd with pre-event ticket and campground sales encouragingly higher than in previous years.

As always, the Bathurst 6 Hour will represent some of the best value tickets in Aussie motorsport, with a GA pass not only opening up all of Mount Panorama for spectating, but the paddock area and pit roof as well.

Tickets, camping and corporate tickets are on sale for the 2021 event now – just click the links to purchase online.


This year’s event features the strongest ever on-track line-up with the 62-strong Bathurst 6 Hour field joined by Supercheap Auto TCR Australia for their first ever appearance at Mount Panorama.

The Fanatec GT World Challenge powered by AWS, National Trans-Am Series, MRF Bathurst Excel Challenge, Radical Australia Cup and Historic Touring Cars complete a massive program that will see 30 hours of on-track activity.

With no cap on the number of patrons attending, fans attending the event get great access to Mount Panorama with all GA areas – at the top and the bottom of the Mountain – open to all ticketholders.

Free access to the paddock area has long been a feature of the event and will continue in 2021, allowing fans to see the Bathurst 6 Hour teams at work, check out the Supercheap Auto TCR Australia cars in the paddock and all of the support categories up close.

The roof of the pit building will also be open to spectators offering a sensational vantage point over the pit straight and surrounds.

Three-day tickets represent great value at just $45.00 with campgrounds just $90.00 for those looking to stay on track for the weekend.

Event organisers recently opened a new allocation of campgrounds after the first allotment sold out.

Additional measures have been taken this year to reflect the current COVID-19 restrictions, including distancing within the campground facilities.

To ensure fans have a safe weekend, the event will operate with social distancing throughout the venue, regular hand sanitisation stations will be available throughout and all participants entering the precinct will check in via the NSW QR codes available at all entrances and throughout the venue.

Action starts early on Friday morning with the first races held that afternoon, with a massive Easter weekend ahead culminating in the 2021 Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour commencing on Sunday morning.

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