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TV GUIDE: How and where to watch the Bathurst 1000

NOT able to make it trackside to Mount Panorama? Here are the details for how to watch the 2022 Repco Bathurst 1000 on TV.

Supercars’ primary broadcaster FOX SPORTS/Kayo and free-to-air partner Seven both offer extensive coverage across the event, culminating in live coverage of Sunday’s 161-lap race.

Over 2500 minutes of television coverage will be generated by a production crew of 257 people, with 199 television cameras on-track, in-car, in the pits, around the track, embedded in concrete kerbs and walls, in the air and across sections of the track on a wire capturing all the action.

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Here’s where and when you can see TV coverage of the 2022 Repco Bathurst 1000.

FOX SPORTS / Kayo

FOX SPORTS will carry live coverage of every moment of on-track action at Mount Panorama for the eighth year, with FOX SPORTS 503 becoming the Bathurst Channel for the entirety of race week.

As in years past, the pop-up Bathurst Channel will carry an array of documentary and feature programs plus past editions of the ‘Great Race’, along with all the live coverage from trackside on Thursday through Sunday.

Friday Night Live also makes a return at 7:30pm AEDT, including the finale for the Pirtek Pit Stop Competition.

Jess Yates will host the coverage on FOX SPORTS, with Neil Crompton and Mark Skaife in commentary, while Chad Neylon, Matt Naulty and Richard Craill will lead the support category coverage, and fan favourites Mark Larkham and Riana Crehan report from pit lane.

Streaming service Kayo Sports will also carry all the on-track action live and ad-free across the four days.

Seven Network

The Seven Network will broadcast the Bathurst 1000 live around Australia for the 46th time in 2022, having first telecast the inaugural running of the race at Mount Panorama in 1963.

Mel McLaughlin and Mark Beretta will share hosting duties, with the network’s broadcast lineup also including Jack Perkins, Brad Hodge, Emma Freedman and Chris Stubbs.

As with last year, the coverage of the race will continue uninterrupted during commercial breaks via picture-in-picture technology.

The network has also released a swathe of archive vision from the race’s history on its 7plus streaming service, including highlights of the races from 1963 to 1973.

TV GUIDE: 2022 Repco Bathurst 1000

All times AEDT.

DayFOX SPORTS / KayoSeven Network
Thursday 6 October7:25am – 6:00pm
Friday 7 October7:45am – 5:45pm10:00am – 5:30pm
Saturday 8 October8:10am – 6:30pm10:00am – 6:00pm
Sunday 9 October7:15am – 7:00pm7:30am – 7:00pm
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