Bathurst 1000, 2021: Supercars confirms camping options for race fans

POPULAR: Campers, seen here off College Road in 2017, always embrace the opportunity to temporarily reside near Mount Panorama for the duration of the Bathurst 1000 race festival. Photo: PHIL BLATCH
POPULAR: Campers, seen here off College Road in 2017, always embrace the opportunity to temporarily reside near Mount Panorama for the duration of the Bathurst 1000 race festival. Photo: PHIL BLATCH

RACE fans are expected to have unlimited choices when it comes to where to camp at this year's Bathurst 1000.

After having a severely restricted crowd and no camping at all in 2020, Supercars confirmed Tuesday evening that all eight campgrounds at Mount Panorama will be open for the October event.

The Paddock, McPhillamy Park, Reid and Sulman, Max Cameron, The Chase, The Orchard, Enduro and The Motorhome will be in operation for this year's event, which is scheduled for October 7-10.

IN OTHER NEWS:

Those who camped in 2019 and either chose not to renew for the 2020 event OR received a refund for 2020 renewal will have first right of refusal for campsite/s at the 2021 event from Tuesday, April 20 (2pm AEST) until Friday, May 21 (11:59pm AEST).

Supercars said that any campsites that are not purchased during the renewal period will go on sale to the public on June 15 at 2pm AEST.

More information on camping at the 2021 Repco Bathurst 1000 will be released on the Supercars website for updates.

Information regarding trackside and grandstand tickets will be released in coming the weeks.

In excess of 30,000 people have camped at Mount Panorama for previous iterations of the Bathurst 1000.

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