Bathurst Hi-Tec Oils 6 Hour
Another huge grid is anticipated to tackle Mount Panorama next Easter for the fourth running of Australia’s premier endurance race for Production-based vehicles. Seven classes will cater to a broad variety of vehicles with only minor changes in place for 2019. The invitational category is no longer included in the regulations while the Nissan Pulsar one-make racer moves from Class E to Class D. The remaining classes remain broadly similar with only minor changes to eligibility when compared to previous years – ensuring stability for those who have invested in vehicles with which to contest the Race. Other changes include the addition of MRF Tyres as the control tyre supplier for the first time. MRF have commenced an extensive development program ahead of their Bathurst debut next April, with the Indian brand already well advanced in their preparation for the Event. 6 sets of new tyres are allowed per vehicle for use throughout practice, qualifying and the Race.