30 March 2022 | General

Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour track schedule confirmed

A BUMPER 37 on track sessions headline a packed on-track schedule confirmed today for the 2022 Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour. 

The three-day program will see track activity from dawn to dusk with a broad array of racing, all building to the start of the 6-Hour itself on Easter Sunday morning.


Action commences on Good Friday with a host of practice and qualifying sessions, including two hours of on-track time for the cars contesting Sunday’s big race.

Another highlight of the Friday program will be a pair of 30-minute practice sessions for the third round of the Supercheap Auto TCR Australia Series and Qualifying for Turtle Wax Trans Am Series cars in the afternoon.

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Racing commences early on Saturday with races for the MRF Tyres Pulsar Racing Association, Historic Touring Cars and HQ Holdens.

TCR Australia qualifies at 12:20pm, with Trans-Am on track at 1:05 for their first race.

The packed afternoon program will see two TCR races – one each at 2:45pm and 5:10pm respectively – with the two-part qualifying session for the Bathurst 6 Hour to take place between 4:05 and 4:55pm.

Easter Sunday commences with the Historic Touring Cars and HQ Holdens, prior to a brief Bathurst 6 Hour warm-up session and the final races each for Turtle Wax Trans Am and Supercheap Auto TCR Australia.

The sixth running of the Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour will commence at 11:15am local time, finishing six hours later at 5:15pm.

Tickets are available online via the official event website by clicking here.

The event will be broadcast live, ad-break free and on demand on Stan Sports on April 16-17.