Event regulations, entry details & official forms are live

KEY INFORMATION regarding the 2022 LIQUI MOLY Bathurst 12 Hour is now live on the official event website. 

The Event Sporting & Technical Regulations and Event Supplementary Regulations have been approved by Motorsport Australia and are now available for download.

The regulations detail the key on-and off track sporting requirements surrounding the race, with key changes this year changing the scope of the race from previous years.

The 2022 edition of the internationally-renowned race, running 13-15 May at Australia’s spiritual home of motorsport, Mount Panorama, will be contested primarily as a Pro-Am affair with one FIA bronze ranking driver required in each car competing in the outright GT3 class.

The decision has been made due to quarantine requirements for competitors from key Asian markets and New Zealand along with the continued global freight challenges that make it difficult for international entrants to bring their full complement of equipment and personnel to this year’s event.

Competitors can also access the official Event entry form online to lodge their participation in the event this year. 

Order forms for BoP Data loggers, Gas / Air supplies and Timing systems are also available.

Volunteer and event officials can now also register to become part of the event via Supercars’ online officials portal, available here.

The 2022 LIQUI MOLY Bathurst 12 Hour will be contested across the May 13-15 weekend this year.