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Updated Bathurst 6 Hour entry list released

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Wednesday 24th February, 2016 - 12:25pm

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The NSW Production Touring Car field at last year's BMF

The NSW Production Touring Car field at last year’s BMF

An updated entry list featuring 53 cars has been released by Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour organisers ahead of the March 25-27 event.

Thirteen different brands and more than 20 different vehicle models feature on the latest list, with BMW (12 entries), Mitsubishi (9), Holden Special Vehicles (7), Toyota (6) and Renault (5) the best represented.

All 53 listed have lodged fully paid entries, while more are expected to be added to the field once details are finalised, bringing the field to at least 55.

It is hoped that that the new event will help boost the national production car scene, which has struggled for numbers in recent years and has lost its CAMS championship status for 2016.

State-level production touring car racing is booming in New South Wales, as evidenced by strong Bathurst fields for the category at previous BMF events.

“We are very pleased with the reception to the inaugural Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour and the way production car competitors have again embraced their opportunity to headline a major endurance race at Mount Panorama,” BMF event director James O’Brien said.

“We have exceeded our target of 40 entrants, with a great cross-section of vehicles set to provide genuine class battles across the field.

“We’re confident that this race will be a boost for production car racing and will also deliver the Bathurst region a new ‘destination’ Event for the Easter long weekend.”

Entry list at 24 February

CLASS COMPETITOR AUTOMOBILE
A1 Adam Proctor Subaru Impreza WRX Sti
A1 Alan East Mitsubishi Lancer EVO IX RS
A1 Anthony Alford BMW M Coupe (1 Series) E82
A1 Beric Lynton BMW M Coupe (1 Series) E82
A1 Glenn Gerstel Mitsubishi Lancer EVO X RS
A1 David Searle BMW M135i Hatch F20
A1 Dylan Thomas Mitsubishi Lancer EVO IX  RS
A1 Dylan Thomas Mitsubishi Lancer EVO IX  RS
A1 Jacques Oosthuizen Mitsubishi Lancer EVO V111 RS
A1 Jim Pollicina Mitsubishi Lancer EVO X RS
A1 Jim Pollicina Mitsubishi Lancer EVO X RS
A1 Kintyre Holdings Pty Ltd BMW M Coupe (1 Series) E82
A1 Melbourne Performance Centre Mitsubishi Lancer EVO X RS
A1 Melbourne Performance Centre Mitsubishi Lancer EVO X RS
A2 Brett Heeley Holden VX-HSV GTS
A2 Daniel Flanagan Holden VY-HSV GTS
A2 Graeme Muir Holden VE-HSV GTS
A2 Luke Spalding Holden VZ-HSV R8 Clubsport
A2 Stephen Hodges Holden VY CSV Monaro Mondo GT
A2 Trevor Symonds Holden VY-HSV GTS
A2 Tony Virag Holden VE-HSV GTS
B1 Adrian Stefan BMW 335i E92
B1 Barry Morcom BMW 355i E92
B1 Ben Kavich Subaru Impreza WRX STi G-2
B1 Brett McFarland Subaru Impreza WRX STi G-2
B1 Garry Mennell BMW 335i E92
B1 Sherrin Racing Pty Ltd BMW 135i E82
B2 Garth Walden Holden VE-SV
B2 Scott Sullivan Holden VY SS
B2 TW Motorsport Holden VE-HSV SS
C Blake Aubin Renault Megane RS 265
C Colin Osborne Renault Megane RS 265 Trophy R
C Colin Osborne Renault Megane RS 265 Trophy R
C Mark Eddy Renault Megane RS 265
C Michael Sloss Mazda RX-8
C Nicholas Cox BMW 130i E87
C Peter O’Donnell BMW 130i E87
C Douglas Westwood BMW M3-E36
C Daniel Sugden BMW M3 E36
D Christopher Reeves Toyota 86 GTS ZN SER
D Christopher Reeves Toyota 86 GTS ZN SER
D David Crowe Toyota 86 GTS ZN SER
D David Bailey Toyota 86 GTS ZN SER
D Gosford European Car Services Renault Clio 197
D Graeme Heath Toyota 86 GTS ZN SER
D Grant Phillips Toyota 86 GTS ZN SER
D Trevor Keene Mini Cooper S JCW R53
E Allan Jarvis Suzuki Swift Sport RS416
E Declan Kirkham Mazda MX6
E Dimitrios Agathos Nissan Pulsar N15
I Ashley Jarvis Ford Falcon AU
I Lindsay Kearns Ford Falcon AU
I John McCleverty Ford Falcon AU

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