Six Days of Bathurst to round out the Supercars Championship

Six Days of Bathurst to round out the Supercars Championship

In what can only be compared to the twelve days of Christmas we have been given a motorsport miracle with six days of Bathurst set to close out the 2021 championship.

In a historical first, Mount Panorama is set to become the stage for the biggest motorsport event in Australian history with ten categories of motorsport and. the iconic Bathurst 1000 all held over six days.

Set to be held from November 30 through until the Bathurst 1000 on Sunday the 5th of December, Supercars will be working closely with NSW health authorities to hold a COVID safe event for the Six Days of Bathurst.

“I would like to thank Mayor North, Rob Cameron at Repco and John McMellan at ARG for their collaboration over the past few weeks to put together what might be known as the best ever Repco Bathurst 1000.

“It’s been a tough year for motorsport fans but we’re confident this is the recipe for the best possible end to the 2021 season.” Supercars CEO Sean Seamer said.

Fans at the track and watching at home, will be able to take in the Southern Hemisphere’s best motorsport categories in an event that reinforces Mount Panorama’s reputation as Australia’s motorsport Mecca. The categories taking to the mountain will be:

  • Repco Supercars Championship
  • Dunlop Super 2 Series
  • Porsche Carrera Cup
  • Toyota Gazoo Racing 86 Series
  • TCR Australia
  • Touring Car Masters
  • S5000
  • GT World Challenge Australia
  • V8 SuperUtes
  • Trans Am

The event will become the finale of the 2021 Repco Supercars Championship as part of the latest revision of the draft calendar, discussions are ongoing with stakeholders on the four other events to close out the 2021 calendar.

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