BATHURST MOTOR FESTIVAL
25-27 MARCH 2016

 

ENTRIES SET TO FLOW FOR BATHURST 6 HOUR

ENTRIES for the inaugural Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour will open next week following strong early interest from Australian Production Car competitors in Bathurst’s newest enduro.

More than 70 expression of interest forms were received from eligible competitors with Event organisers confident that the early interest will translate into a strong field contesting the brand-new race, to be held within the Bathurst Motor Festival across the Easter long weekend next year.

CAMPING SALES AVAIALBLE ONLINE FOR BATHURST MOTOR FESTIVAL

CAMPSITES for the 2016 Bathurst Motor Festival go on sale tomorrow (Wednesday 5 August), with Event organisers encouraging fans to book early to avoid disappointment.

Demand for campgrounds is expected to reach record levels for the Easter 2016 Event due to the introduction of the Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour Production Car enduro.

Bathurst’s newest major endurance race is expected to not only bring additional competitors to the region, but additional fans and volunteer officials as well.

HI-TEC OILS TO SPONSOR DEBUT BATHURST SIX-HOUR ENDURO

HI-TEC OILS, one of Australia’s largest independent oil manufacturers, will be the naming-rights sponsor for the inaugural Bathurst 6 Hour Production Car race to be held at the 2016 Bathurst Motor Festival.

Event promoter Yeehah Events is also pleased to confirm the appointment of production house AVE to provide television services, allowing the inaugural race to be streamed live on the internet on Sunday, 27 March. All Bathurst Motor Festival categories competing that Sunday will receive streaming coverage.

Nightingale named to drive for CXC Global alongside Dylan Thomas

With the inaugural Bathurst 6 Hour race for Production Touring Cars already creating an enormous amount of interest right across Australia and internationally, a Narrabeen based team have become the first of the front running teams to announce their driver line-up.

The CXC Global Racing team used facebook to announce they had signed 27 year old Terry Nightingale, a very talented driver from Bathurst with a very impressive CV to join Dylan Thomas in the team Mitsubishi Evo X.

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