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How to watch the Bathurst International

THE last racing round of the year at Mount Panorama is upon us and there’s plenty at stake.

Internationals have flooded in for the TCR and Touring Car Masters components of the 2023 Supercheap Auto Bathurst International.

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Titles will be decided in TCR Australia, National Trans Am, V8 Touring Cars, Porsche Sprint Challenge and Australian Production Cars.

Of course, the existing Shannons SpeedSeries broadcast deal means it’s not viewable on the usual platforms where fans would watch the Repco Supercars Championship, for example (i.e. Fox Sports/Kayo/Seven).

That could change next year when Motorsport Australia takes control of the SpeedSeries television rights, but for one last event in 2023, it’s a mix of Stan Sport and the Nine Network.

Today’s action at Bathurst is not being broadcast, with most sessions being practice.

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Stan’s extensive coverage will start tomorrow at 11:30am (all times in AEDT) and run through to 6pm.

Almost the entire Sunday schedule will be shown on Stan, which will televise the final day from 10am to 5pm.

As for free-to-air, that will be available 2-5pm on Saturday via 9Gem or 9Go.

The usual star-studded SpeedSeries broadcast team is on deck, bolstered by the presence of TCR World Tour caller Paul Jeffrey.

Even after this weekend, there is still one more Mount Panorama event to come this year: the time trial-orientated Challenge Bathurst on November 23-26.

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