NSW motor-racing champions and Australian Production Car Series pilots Dimitri Agathos, Lachlan Gibbons and their FullGas Racing outfit will reunite for their second start in the Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour on the Easter long weekend.
The team’s Nova Employment/Castrol/Whiteline/All Drive Subaroo/Hog’s Breath Café North Parramatta & Castle Hill Subaru WRX STI was brand-new at last year’s 6 Hour, but 12 months’ development has given both drivers confidence of improving on the 15th-place finish they scored in 2017.
FANS looking to attend the Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour event this Easter (March 30 – April 1) will save if they book online prior to the event.
The Bathurst 6 Hour online ticketing portal offers advance pricing for all range of tickets on sale for the event, with Friday General Admission (concession) tickets starting as low as $5 of purchased online prior to the event.
THE Hi-TEC OILS Bathurst 6 Hour is racing towards another bumper field, with sixty cars now confirmed for the 2018 Event on 30 March – 1 April this year.
Entries remain open for several weeks with another Bathurst-record field a very real potential scenario this Easter.
64 cars started the 2017 race – a record for a major endurance race at Mount Panorama and eclipsing 63-car fields for the 1969, 1978 and 1984 Bathurst 500 / 1000 races.
THE PRELIMINARY race program for the 2018 Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour event has been released, showcasing a bumper weekend of racing at Mount Panorama this Easter.
Starting on Good Friday - 30 March - the three-day event includes on-track action from approximately 8am each day with an almost non-stop action of support categories and Bathurst 6 Hour sessions throughout.
Bathurst 6 Hour competitors will practice twice on Friday with a pair of one-hour sessions, followed by a further one-hour session on Saturday.