The biggest race on the Supercars calendar roars into action this week when the main Bathurst 1000 begins on 11:15 am on Sunday, 8 October, marking 60 years since the very first race.
In 2023, Kayo Sports expands to five live feeds for qualifying,
shootout and race day - the most extensive live coverage of the great race ever
Every practice, qualifying session and race will be live and
ad-break free during racing across all three days of competition.
In addition, this year, the in-car live viewing options expand to include dedicated feeds for both Chevrolet Camaro and Ford Mustang drivers, with fans able to tune into drivers from either team across the day, giving the ultimate viewing experience.
Fox Motorsport expert and six-time Bathurst champion Mark Skaife will bring viewers all the live action from the track alongside Fox Motorsport host Jessica Yates and a team of experts. Fans can also countdown to the big race with a range of Bathurst Programming across the week.
On Tuesday at 6:30 pm, Drivers Shane Van Gisbergen and Garth Tander will look back at Bathurst 2022 and relive one of the wildest Bathurst races ever seen.
Shifting into gear on Saturday at 6:30 pm before the final day of the 2023 Bathurst championship is the premiere screening of Beyond The Chase, an exclusive produced by Fox Sports that focuses on the heart-stopping action of the 2014 Bathurst race.
Fans can catch all the action from the mountain with the primary race beginning on Sunday 8 October at 11:15 am (AEST), live and ad-break-free during racing to stream on Kayo Sports and watch on Foxtel.