SPOTTER GUIDE: 2021 REPCO BATHURST 1000 CAR-BY-CAR

Twenty-five cars will contest the Bathurst 1000. All pics: Nathan Wong

THIS is your car-by-car guide to the 2021 Repco Bathurst 1000, which doubles as the final round of the Repco Supercars Championship.

There are a number of new liveries to look out for and a wildcard that brings the field to 25 cars.

ENTRY LIST: Every car and driver in the 2021 Repco Bathurst 1000

SCHEDULE: Bathurst 1000 track schedule for every category

TV GUIDE: Where you can watch the 2021 Repco Bathurst 1000

#2 Bryce Fullwood/Warren Luff
Walkinshaw Andretti United, Holden

#3 Tim Slade/Tim Blanchard
Blanchard Racing Team, Ford

#4 Jack Smith/David Wall
Brad Jones Racing, Holden

#5 Jack Le Brocq/Zak Best
Tickford Racing, Ford

#6 Cameron Waters/James Moffat
Tickford Racing, Ford

#7 Andre Heimgartner/Matt Campbell
Kelly Grove Racing, Ford

#8 Nick Percat/Dale Wood
Brad Jones Racing, Holden

#9 Will Brown/Jack Perkins
Erebus Motorsport, Holden

#11 Anton De Pasquale/Tony D’Alberto
Dick Johnson Racing, Ford

#14 Todd Hazelwood/Dean Fiore
Brad Jones Racing, Holden

#17 Will Davison/Alex Davison
Dick Johnson Racing, Ford

#18 Mark Winterbotom/Michael Caruso
Team 18, Holden

#19 Fabian Coulthard/Jonathon Webb
Team Sydney, Holden

#20 Scott Pye/James Golding
Team 18, Holden

#22 Garry Jacobson/Dylan O’Keeffe
Team Sydney, Holden

#25 Chaz Mostert/Lee Holdsworth
Walkinshaw Andretti United, Holden

#26 David Reynolds/Luke Youlden
Kelly Grove Racing, Ford

#34 Jake Kostecki/Kurt Kostecki
Matt Stone Racing, Holden

#35 Zane Goddard/Jayden Ojeda
Matt Stone Racing, Holden

#39 Broc Feeney/Russell Ingall
Triple Eight, Holden

#44 James Courtney/Thomas Randle
Tickford Racing, Ford

#88 Jamie Whincup/Craig Lowndes
Triple Eight, Holden

#96 Macauley Jones/Chris Pither
Brad Jones Racing, Holden

#99 Brodie Kostecki/David Russell
Erebus Motorsport, Holden

#888 Shane van Gisbergen/Garth Tander
Triple Eight, Holden