Steve Richards and Jack Perkins are special guests at the V8 Sleuth Open Night at Bathurst, to be held on the Thursday evening of Repco Bathurst 1000 week.

TICKETS are now on sale for the return of V8 Sleuth’s popular annual Bathurst ‘Open Night’, to be held at the National Motor Racing Museum at Mount Panorama during Repco Bathurst 1000 race week.

OPEN NIGHT TICKETS: Order yours here, seating limited!

Not held last year due to COVID-19, the V8 Sleuth Open Night is always a pile of fun – a must-attend motorsport chat night! Previous guests have included Dick Johnson, Glenn Seton and Brad Jones.

V8 Sleuth’s Aaron Noonan will be back hosting a special night in the ideal surrounds of the museum’s amazing collection of race cars, motorcycles and memorabilia for a motorsport talk night with two very special guests – Steve Richards and Jack Perkins.

Richards is a five-time Bathurst 1000 winner who also was part of the winning crew of the 2002 Bathurst 24 Hour-winning Monaro – he’ll be racing as a guest driver this year at Bathurst in the Toyota GAZOO 86 Racing Series and has plenty of amazing stories from an incredible career.

Perkins is now something of a veteran of the Bathurst 1000, a podium finisher in 2019, former Gold Coast 600 winner and heads up the modern iteration of Perkins Engineering via its restoration and heritage projects.

He’ll be co driving the #9 Erebus Commodore with Will Brown in the Repco Bathurst 1000 and spend time talking about his many roles and experiences in the sport.

Glenn Seton was special guest at the V8 Sleuth Open Night at Bathurst in 2019.

As a special bonus, every guest will receive a free gift as part of their ticket price – a new release Supercars book! How good!

Seats are limited to just 120 (smaller size than previous years due to distancing requirements), don’t miss out and book your tickets now here.

NOTE: All guests must adhere to the Conditions of Entry for the National Motor Racing Museum as of the date of the event.