The inaugural Challenge Bathurst was held in 2016 however the first ever motor racing meeting was held in Bathurst over the Easter weekend in 1938.
The event is focused on owner drivers of Motorsport Australia log book cars or road registered performance cars. For more info on whether your car qualifies for entry, email the Event Administrator email@example.com
No as the Event comprises two days of supersprint (a timed competition to record the fastest lap with no racing per se) and two days of regularity (minimum lap time of 2:36 min with aim of driving as close to the drivers nominated time each lap)
No, however live timing of all sessions is available on the Event’s website.
Currently yes however subject to any COVID-19 restrictions that may be enacted
Gates open at 7.00am and close 6.00pm daily
No the gates to the top of the Mountain for areas such as McPhillamy Park will not be open for security reasons.
Public parking is available in Harris Park (large hardstand adjacent to pit straight).
No, animals of any type are prohibited with exception of assistance animals, which are welcome. For assistance dogs, for the safety of the owner and dog, please bring their licence and ensure the dog wears its approved vest.
Vendors will be operating from the Paddock (behind the garages)
No alcohol will be sold or is permitted for consumption in the garage precinct.
Yes, in the Paddock Campground – see dedicated page on the website
Yes, referred to as the ‘Accreditation Office’ and located at Gate 2 inside the Circuit. The hours of operation are:
Wednesday pre-Event: 9.00am – 5.00pm
Thursday, Friday & Saturday: 6.00am – 5.00pm
No, the nearest is located in Bathurst township, approximately 3 km away
Bathurst in November has an average low temperature of 14 degrees Celsius and an average high temperature of 22 degrees Celsius.
Bathurst has a range of accommodation options – refer to the Accommodation partners website