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TV GUIDE: How and where to watch the 2023 Bathurst 1000

REPCO Bathurst 1000 week is just around the corner, so the time is now to work out what’s on television and when/where to watch it.

Even before track action begins on Thursday, there’s plenty to soak up as Fox Sports launches its Bathurst Channel (Fox Sports 506) on Monday, October 2.

Highlights include three 60-minute special programs, starting 6:30pm on the Monday, Tuesday and Saturday.

Per Supercars’ official website, the first will be a preview show featuring Jess Yates, Neil Crompton and Mark Skaife.

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The second will see Shane van Gisbergen and Garth Tander relive their 2022 triumph, since which time they have split with the latter heading to Grove Racing.

The third will recap the wild 2014 Great Race won by Chaz Mostert and Paul Morris.

Various other segments will air along the way, while the Pirtek Pit Stop Challenge finals will be broadcast live during the day on Thursday just prior to opening practice for the Repco Supercars Championship field.

Free-to-air live coverage will begin Friday and continue across the weekend, via the Seven Network.

DETAILS: Channel 7’s Bathurst 1000 line-up

Monday, October 2

Fox/Kayo special: 2023 Bathurst Preview Show (6:30pm to 7:30pm AEDT)

Tuesday, October 3

Fox/Kayo special: Fox Theatre, Bathurst 2022 (6:30pm to 7:30pm AEDT)

Thursday, October 5

Fox/Kayo: Live coverage (7:25am to 6:15pm AEDT)

Friday, October 6

Fox/Kayo: Live coverage (7:25am to 5:30pm AEDT)

Channel 7: Live coverage (10am to 5pm AEDT)

7mate: Live coverage (5-5:30pm AEDT)

Saturday, October 7

Fox/Kayo: Live coverage (8:15am to 6:30pm AEDT)

Channel 7: Live coverage (10am to 6pm AEDT)

Fox/Kayo special: Beyond the Chase (6:30pm to 7:30pm AEDT)

Sunday, October 8

Fox/Kayo: Live coverage (7:15am to 7pm AEDT)

Channel 7: Live coverage (7:30am to 6pm AEDT)

Supercars broadcaster Jess Yates interviews two-time Bathurst 1000 winner Chaz Mostert. Pic: Ross Gibb
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