Mitch tackles the Bathurst 12 hour
Your first race at the mountain is always memorable.
There were plenty of sights off-track at the 2018 Bathurst 12 hour.
Racing for 12 hours is a long time, so you’re forgiven if you want to take a break from the action and explore what’s on show at Mount Panorama.
Luckily, there’s plenty to see and do. Checking out the National Racing Museum is a must, as it holds a large selection of classic Aussie touring cars.
However, the really good stuff is behind the fence with many owners showing off their pride and joy while a number of manufactures display their halo models.
You could easily forget about the race, as there was plenty to grab your attention, especially if you asked nicely to sit in the show cars.
If you’ve got an itch to go racing but didn’t get the call up to pilot a GT3 car, you could jump on a simulator and live out your racing dreams.
There was something for everyone at this year's Bathurst 12 hour, and given there were far fewer people attending than at the 1000, it isn't a pain to checkout what's on offer.
What’s was your favourite thing to do off-track at the Bathurst 12 hour? Let us know in the comments.