Check out all the behind-the-scenes action of the Dunlop Super 2 Series, Porsche Carrera Cup, Toyota Gazoo Racing 86 Series, TCR Australia, Touring Car Masters, S5000, GT World Challenge Australia, V8 SuperUtes and Trans Am by visiting the Support Category Paddock, located behind the Supercars Paddock.
To view the full race schedule, including support categories, CLICK HERE
*Paddock Passes will be required to enter the Support Paddock
The Paddock is where all the behind-the-scenes action takes place. You can get closer to the teams working in the garages, the amazing purpose-built team transporters and maybe even grab an autograph from your favourite driver. The official Supercars driver autograph sessions are held in the Paddock – so grab a Paddock Pass and you won’t miss out.
(A Paddock Pass does not get you into the event, only the Paddock area.)
Driver Q & A
Colouring in Competition
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National Motor Racing Museum
While in town, come and check out the National Motor Racing Museum, located alongside the world-famous racing circuit, Mount Panorama.
The National Motor Racing Museum celebrates the history, personalities and achievements of Australian Motor Sports. While Mount Panorama and the Bathurst 1000 is at the heart of its displays, the museum looks across the spectrum of Australian Motor Racing. The history of speedway, solar, drag, rallying, open wheeler, sports car as well as touring cars is told.
Engineered Outcomes – The Larry Perkins Story
There may never be another icon in Australian motorsport quite like Larry Perkins. The ‘Cowangie Kid’ has seen and done it all; from winning the Bathurst 1000 six times to racing in Formula 1, building a pioneering solar car and driving it across the country.
Excelling in punishing rallies across Australia, and many years of running a team that was a backbone of support for privateers in touring car and open-wheel racing. Along the way he earnt the respect of fellow drivers and rival teams, and a huge following from fans who love Perkins’ straight-talking style, mechanical flair, and determination to do things his way.
This new Special Exhibition at the National Motor Racing Museum explores the distinguished career of Larry Perkins, and showcases a selection of his significant race cars, as well as helmets, trophies and race suits from over four decades of local and international competition. The exhibition opens to the public in late November 2021 and will run through until Easter 2022.
The National Motor Racing Museum will be open at the following times during the event;
Tues 30 Nov - 0900-1700
Wed 1 Dec - 0830-1700
Thurs 2 Dec - 0830 -1730
Fri 3 Dec - 0800-1800
Sat 4 Dec - 0800-1800
Sun 5 Dec - 0800-1630
Mon 6 Dec - 0800 -1630
Repco Fan Entertainment
A range of fan-friendly activations and entertainment will feature at the Mountain across the six-day festival of motorsport.
Trackside Store - The Repco Trackside store at Harris Park has a wide selection of camping supplies, tools and Bathurst merchandise products for Supercars fans.
Pitstop Challenge – First introduced at July’s NTO Townsville 500, this activation gives fans the opportunity to experience what it would be like to be involved in a real Supercars pit stop.
The Garage – Located at The Chase, The Garage provides prime views of the fastest corner in Australian motorsport from the viewing platform.
Stretched Polaris – Repco are offering fans free rids across the six-day event.
Keep an eye out for many more fun Repco activities!
Tune In On Track
Tune into 103.9MHz during the event to hear commentary of racing action and what's happening on and off the track.
Top of the Mountain Big Screen Night Schedule
Thanks to Fox Sports and Repco, campers at the Top of the Mountain can enjoy some epic Bathurst highlights on Wednesday and Thursday night during the Repco Bathurst 1000.
Wednesday 1 December
6:00pm - Mountain Uncovered
7:00pm - 2003 Bathurst 1000 Highlights presented by Repco
Thursday 2 December
5:35pm - Farewell Whincup - A tribute to a champion
6:00pm - Bathurst Blue Oval Special (McPhillamy)
6:30pm - 2001 Bathurst 1000 Highlights presented by Repco