A diverse Heritage Revival entry list has been confirmed for the upcoming Repco Bathurst 1000.
A whopping 40 cars have been entered for the category's appearance at Mount Panorama.
The category has been designed to showcase the finest examples of Australia’s motorsport heritage from the 1960s through to the 1990s.
The feature category for this year’s Bathurst Heritage Revival races is Group C.
Group C covers the period from 1973 to 1984, which included a number of iconic Bathurst moments.
Notably, the Moffat Ford one-two (1977), Dick Johnson’s Bathurst heartbreak (1980) and George Fury’s 1980 Bluebird pole.
Terry Lawlor's Falcon
Fury's Bluebird is in the field, with Brian Henderson behind the wheel.
A vast array of Holdens includes L34 and A9X Toranas, VC, VH and VK Commodores. Ford will be represented by the likes of XA, XB and XC Falcon hardtops and XD/XE sedans.
The field consists of 21 Group C cars.
There are also invited Group A touring cars (1985-92), Group N (Series Production and Appendix J) and Group S (historic production GT sports cars).
Ed Singleton, himself a passionate historic racer, was delighted to show off racing history at the Mountain.
“We encourage all our competitors to race closely and show off the relative strengths of their cars, while obviously showing respect for one another, bringing the cars home in one piece,” Heritage Revival boss Singleton said.
“In doing so, it ensures everyone watching trackside or at home on TV can soak up the sights and sounds of these classic machines going flat out around the Mountain.
"In between our races, we welcome all the fans to come for a walk through our pit area, talk to the drivers and car owners, reminisce, share stories and of course take plenty of photos."
The Heritage Revival races will stage three races across the weekend. There will be two races on the Friday, and one on the Saturday.
Dunlop Series, Toyota GAZOO Racing Australia Series and Haltech V8 SuperUtes complete the support bill.