The 2021 Repco Supercars Championship will commence at Bathurst with the Repco Mt Panorama 500.
It marks the first of two visits to the iconic Mount Panorama Circuit, with the category to return in October for the Repco Bathurst 1000.
With just four weeks until the season-opening Mt Panorama 500, Supercars.com has listed some answers to key questions ahead of the event.
The season-opening Mt Panorama 500 will be a three-day event held across February 26-28.
The race weekend will feature two 250km races, one each on Saturday and Sunday.
It will be one of six events covered by the Seven Network on free-to-air TV in 2021.
The Repco Mt Panorama 500 will operate in accordance with NSW Health COVID guidelines, but can provide the following information for fans to assist in their preparation for the event.
Camping is available in the McPhillamy Park and Reid and Sulman campgrounds on the top of the mountain and in the Max Cameron campground at the bottom of the mountain.
Fans will be free to view all of the action from either the top of the mountain or the bottom of the mountain and will not be restricted to zones in either area.
Spectators are welcome to bring their own chairs to the event, but must adhere to applicable social distancing requirements when placing chairs on viewing mounds.
Merchandise Alley will be open.
Public food and bar outlets will be operating in spectator zones.
The Supercars paddock will be open to fans. Paddock tickets are available via Ticketek and will go on sale soon.
Face masks will be mandatory within certain areas of the precinct. Check entry point signage for guidance.
Support Categories include the Dunlop Super2 Series, Toyota 86, Aussie Racing Cars and Touring Car Masters.
Irving Vincent Motorcycles will perform demonstrations each day on track.
Fans will be able to participate in a Pit Lane walk. Details on how to participate will be released soon.
A shuttle bus will operate between the top of the mountain and bottom of the mountain.
Event tickets are on sale now. Click here to find out more.