Entries are in for the Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour’s support races, with big fields keen to take on the challenge of Mount Panorama.
The Formula Ford, Sports Sedan, HQ Holdens, Improved Production and categories are all on the support card, boasting a combined total of over 160 cars.
The 35-car Formula Ford field includes national championship front-runners Simon Hodge and Jonathon Venter, while former Dunlop Series and Carrera Cup competitor Tom Tweedie is also slated to compete in his ageing RF86 Van Diemen.
The Sports Sedan class has also attracted 35 cars, including the ex-V8 Supercars of Tony Evangelou, Bobby Jane, Terry Wyhoon, Stuart Inwood, Jake Williams, Shane Hunt and Lyle Kearns.
Former V8 Supercars team owner Paul Morris headlines the 49 car HQ Holden field while Tasmanian Ray Hislop will start favourite to head the 44 car Improved Production line-up.
The Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour meeting will take place over the February 8-10 weekend.