Everything you need to know about the Bathurst International

The Bathurst International will take over Mount Panorama this November.

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This November, the iconic Mount Panorama circuit will be taken over by the inaugural Bathurst International.

The four-day festival of racing will see a mammoth ten racing categories on the docket. The most racing categories ever seen at one event at Mount Panorama sets up a spectacle that all motorsport fans will enjoy.

Headlining the event will be the Bathurst debut of S5000, the single-seat V8 open-wheel formula.

Speaking of the enormous card, Matt Braid, CEO of the Australian Racing Group says, “Never before have we seen such a substantial list of racing categories, offering any motorsport fan from Australia, or worldwide, something that will get them excited.

“From Australia’s fastest cars, the S5000s, to our own turbo-charged touring cars, the prestigious six-hour battle and a plethora of real racing categories, the Bathurst International is positioned as a must-do event for competitors and fans alike.”

Bathurst International 2020 Racing Categories

  • VHT S5000 Australian Drivers’ Championship
  • carsales TCR Australia Series
  • National Trans Am Series
  • Gulf Western Oil Touring Car Masters
  • Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour
  • Porsche Michelin Sprint Challenge
  • Radical Australia
  • Heritage Touring Cars
  • MRF Excel Challenge
  • Holden Bathurst Revival

Bathurst International


The opening day of racing action trackside on Thursday 12 November, is completely free for patrons.

What’s more, all children under 12 will enter free with a paying general admission adult.

Single-day passes begin at $45, with a four-day pass also available at $75.

All general admission holders will gain access to the pit straight grandstand.

The 2020 Bathurst International will take over Mount Panorama from Thursday 12 November until Sunday 15 November. To secure your tickets, head to