The Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour will be broadcast on both Fox Sports and free-to-air television this weekend, fronted by a high-profile commentary line-up.
The race itself on Sunday will be shown in its entirety live on Fox Sports and 7mate from 5:30am local time through to 6pm.
Sky Sports NZ will also feature the race, with streaming services available on Kayo Sports or 7plus for Australian-based viewers and on Bathurst12hour.com.au for international fans.
Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour | Tickets | Event Info
Saturday coverage on Fox Sports and Sky Sports NZ will start at 12:30pm, displaying the two qualifying sessions, support races and the Top 10 Shootout.
Sessions from earlier in the day will be available via Kayo and Bathurst12hour.com.au streaming platforms.
The opening day of practice on Friday will be exclusive to Radiolemans.com, led by John Hindhaugh, Richard Craill and Jonny Palmer, with Chad Neylon, Shea Adam and Charli Robinson covering pitlane.
The familiar voices of Chris Stubbs and 1994 12 Hour winner Neil Crompton will anchor the Saturday coverage for Fox Sports.
The duo will then be joined by the Seven Network’s Mark Beretta for the Sunday broadcast across both Fox and 7mate.
High-profile drivers and teams from around the world have descended on Mount Panorama for the prestigious event, with 11 different marques taking part.
Several of Australia’s top steerers will be on the grid, including Chaz Mostert, Craig Lowndes, Jamie Whincup, Shane van Gisbergen, David Reynolds and more.
The Aussie Race Cars will be the first category on-track at 7:20am Friday, with opening 12 Hour practice scheduled for 8:40am.
The full schedule can be seen here.