2018 Bathurst 6 Hour field at 56 cars

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Thursday 12th October, 2017 - 10:25am

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A total of 56 entries have already been lodged for the 2018 Bathurst 6 Hour

Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour organisers have released a current entry list for next year’s race which features 56 cars.

Nearly half the field is spread across classes A1 (extreme performance forced induction) and A2 (extreme performance naturally aspirated), which feature 19 and 8 cars respectively.

The total count is one up on the provisional field size at the same time last year.

“As the race continues to develop our focus is on attracting new and more current models to the grid, as well as growing the competition across each of the classes,” said Event Director James O’Brien.

“Once again we are very pleased with the reaction from Production Car competitors from across Australia and all the signs are already pointing to another highly competitive affair next Easter.”

The race-winning Searle family team has not yet lodged an entry, but the Ford Focus RS which finished runner-up in the hands of Chaz Mostert and Nathan Morcom is set to be on the grid.

Sherrin Racing has again entered its fearsome BMW M4, which broke qualifying and race lap records earlier this year, while Trevor Keene has entered a new Volkswagen Golf R in class B1.

Entries close on February 23, with the race weekend held across March 30-April 1.

Current entry list: 2018 Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour

Cl. Competitor Make Model
A1 Aaron Tebb Mitsubishi Lancer EVO IX RS
A1 Adam Wallis BMW M Coupe (1 Series) E82
A1 Anthony Soole BMW M Coupe (1 Series) E82
A1 Barry Morcom Ford Focus RS LZ
A1 Ben Kavich TBA TBA
A1 Dimitri Agathos Subaru Impreza WRX Sti V-1
A1 Dylan Thomas Mitusbishi Lancer EVO X RS
A1 Dylan Thomas Mitusbishi Lancer EVO IX RS
A1 Dylan Thomas Mitusbishi Lancer EVO IX RS
A1 Jeremy Gray Ford FGII GT-F
A1 Mark Eddy Audi TTRS 8J
A1 Michael King Mitusbishi Lancer EVO X RS
A1 Paul Iaiacono Mitusbishi Lancer EVO X RS
A1 Rob Hay BMW M135i Hatch F20
A1 Rod Salmon Mercedes-Benz A45 AMG
A1 Sherrin Racing BMW M4 F82
A1 Beric Lynton BMW TBA
A1 Simon Hodges BMW M135i Hatch F20
A1 Stephen Thompson Mitusbishi Lancer EVO X RS
A2 Cameron Kerr Holden VZ-HSV R8 Clubsport
A2 Chris Lillie Holden VE-HSV GTS
A2 Daniel Clift Holden VZ-HSV R8 Clubsport
A2 Daniel Flanagan Holden VY2-HSV GTS
A2 Gordon Wilson BMW M3 E92
A2 Graeme Muir Holden VE-HSV GTS
A2 Michael James Holden VE-HSV GTS
A2 Steve Hodges Holden VY CSV Monaro Mondo GT
B1 Adrian Stefan BMW 335i E90
B1 Brett McFarland Subaru Impreza WRX Sti G-2
B1 Daniel Byron Subaru Impreza WRX Sti G-2
B1 Scott Gore BMW 135i E82
B1 Trevor Keene Volkswagen Golf R Series 6
B2 Garth Walden Holden VE SSV-Redline
B2 James Herington Holden VE SSV-Redline
B2 Joe Krinelos Holden VF SSV – Redline (6.0L)
B2 Troy Williams Holden VF SSV – Redline (6.0L)
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 Doug Westwood BMW M3 E36 3.0L
C Garry Mennell BMW 130i E87
C Keven Stoopman Subaru Impreza WRX MY06
C Peter Lacey Volkswagen Scirocco R
C Robert Di Sandro BMW M3 E36 3.0L
C Trevor Mirabito BMW 130i E87
D David Baker Honda Integra Type R
D David Crowe Toyota 86 GT ZN SER
D Graeme Heath Toyota 86 GT ZN SER
D Grant Phillips Toyota 86 GTS ZN SER
D Gavan Reynolds Toyota 86 GTS ZN SER
D Michael James Toyota 86 GT ZN SER
E Andrew McMaster Mazda 3 SP25 BL Series 1
E Brianna Wilson Nissan Pulsar N15
E Cem Yucel Nissan Pulsar N15
E James Goldsbrough Hyundai Getz TB
E Michael Hopp Suzuki Swift Sport RS416