Racing fans will have a rare opportunity to get an up-close and personal look at some of the finest TCR cars and drivers from not only Australia, but around the world during the ‘Circuit to City’ activation on Thursday afternoon.
All 24 Kumho TCR World Tour and Supercheap Auto TCR Australia Series cars and drivers will set off from Mount Panorama on Thursday afternoon, giving spectators a glimpse of a great variety of racing machinery as they make their way to Kings Parade and Russell Street in Bathurst.
Once they arrive, the cars will be on display from 4pm AEDT until 6pm AEDT where further opportunities to catch a glimpse of the cars will become available.
Additionally, fans will also have the opportunity to meet the drivers with an autograph session planned from 5pm AEDT.
Live music and food vans will also be on hand at the venue, making it the perfect Thursday afternoon activity for racing fans and families alike.
The opportunity comes just one day before the combined TCR World Tour and TCR Australia grids take to the track at Mount Panorama for the second leg of the international category’s visit down under as part of the Shannons SpeedSeries.
The round will also play host to the final stop on the 2023 TCR Australia calendar, where a new series winner will be crowned with the title race set to go right down to the wire.
Supercheap Auto Bathurst International will be the final round on the 2023 Shannons SpeedSeries calendar and will take place at Mount Panorama Circuit on 10-12 November.