THERE are plenty of ways you can catch the Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour this weekend – and all of them are via right here at www.bathurst12hour.com.au.
If you’re not coming to the track (and if you’re not, you should – it will be great!) there are plenty of ways you can follow the action from the first practice session on Friday morning right through to the finish of the race on Sunday afternoon.
From live timing, to live streaming, to live TV around Australia, we’ve got it covered.
Don’t’ forget you can still secure your tickets via Ticketek or at the gate – check out the details here.
THE Seven Network will provide live and free coverage from the very start of the race on Sunday morning through to the conclusion that afternoon.
The coverage starts on 7mate at 5:30am Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT) – that’s 4:30am in Brisbane, 5:00am in Adelaide and 2:30am in Perth.
At 11:00 the coverage switches to the primary Seven Network for the bulk of the race as it builds towards another classic Bathurst battle to the flag.
Brisbane and Perth will follow the race through to its conclusion on Seven, while Sydney and Melbourne (5:00pm) and Adelaide (4:30pm) will switch back to 7mate for the finish and post-race celebrations.
The bumper coverage will be fronted by Mark Beretta, who will also be patrolling pit lane with V8 Supercars commentator Chad Neylon.
Joining Beretts and Chad in the lane will be Shae Adam – back for her fourth Bathurst blast – while the duties in the commentary box will be handled by the voices of global sportscar and GT racing, radiolemans.com’s John Hindhaugh and Graham Goodwin, and local expert Richard Craill.
Every angle will be covered from around the circuit to pit lane and in key contenders fighting for a Bathurst win.
Click here for the full TV guide for Australian audiences.
Aussie viewers will be able to stream the race live on Sunday, February 7 on PLUS7 – Seven’s video on demand and streaming service that was a hugely popular with tennis fans watching the Australian Open Tennis last week.
International viewers will be able to view a live stream via the Bathurst 12 Hour website.
On Saturday, qualifying will be available for all audiences via the Bathurst 12 Hour website – just follow the links at the top of the page.
On Friday, radiolemans.com will provide audio commentary of all practice sessions throughout the day – watch for the links on this website!
As detailed here, a brand new timing system will be operating for the first time this weekend and it will deliver a whole new experience for live timing in Australian Motorsport.
Multiple pages of information in addition to the existing live timing interface will give fans plenty of content to digest throughout every on-track session (both Bathurst 12 Hour and supports) throughout the weekend.
Check out the links to the live timing at bathurst12hour.com.au
We’re active on Facebook and Twitter throughout the weekend with plenty of great videos, images and content for you to enjoy. Join the conversation with #Bathurst12hr and #b12hr throughout the weekend.