LIQUI-MOLY BATHURST 12 HOUR
AUSTRALIA'S INTERNATIONAL ENDURANCE RACE
05 - 07 FEBRUARY 2016

2015 #B12Hr Race Complete - Results - Race Gallery 1 - 2 - 3

TV ALERT - Highlights on 7mate Saturday 28 February at 10:00

DATE, SEVEN NETWORK TV CONFIRMED FOR 2016 LIQUI-MOLY BATHURST 12 HOUR

DUBBED by some as endurance racing’s new ‘Summer Classic’, the Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour will continue in its prime position as the traditional Australian motorsport season opener in 2016.

The stars and cars of Australian and International GT racing will return to Mount Panorama over the period 5-7 February 2016.

Following the success of this year’s coverage, organisers can confirm the Seven Network will return to broadcast the Race on free-to-air television next year.

AUSTRALIA AND THE WORLD WATCH NISSAN CLAIM BATHURST VICTORY

AUSTRALIA and the world has tuned in to watch Nissan’s iconic GT-R return to the top of the podium at Mount Panorama during the 2015 Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour.

As a national Australian TV audience watched the entire race on the Seven Network for the first time, fans from 149 countries watched at least some part of the live streaming coverage provided via the Bathurst 12 Hour website.

NISSAN WIN LIQUI-MOLY BATHURST 12 HOUR THRILLER

NISSAN has won the Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour for 2015, stealing the show thanks to a remarkable finish that saw Japanese driver Katsumasa Chiyo charge from third to first in the last two laps to deliver the brand their first Bathurst win since 1992.

The historic victory came in a day that saw a record-breaking 20 safety car interruptions and tales of drama and disappointment mixed with the usual heroic Bathurst performances every race at the famous track.

NISMO NISSAN GTR WINS THE 2015 LIQUI-MOLY BATHURST 12 HOUR

Katsumasa Chiyo has taken the flag of the 2015 Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour on behalf of team mates Florian Strauss and Wolfgang Reip in the #35 NISMO Global Athlete Group Nissan GT-R following twelve hours of intense racing at Mount Panorama today.

Chiyo crossed the line ahead of the #15 Phoenix Racing Audi and the #97 Craft Bamboo Racing Aston Martin, while the fastest lap of the race went to the pole-sitting #15 thanks to Markus Winkelhock’s 2m 03.3091s effort on lap 29.

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