Get in for some bargains and early Christmas presents at Mount Panorama this weekend …

THE V8 Sleuth team will be running its own trackside store at Mount Panorama this year at the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 – with an amazing backdrop.

For the third year row in a row we’ve worked with Supercars to bring together a group of very special display cars and this year is no exception.

The ‘Heroes & Legends’ car display will be located in the Supercars paddock at Mount Panorama and that’s also where you will find the V8 Sleuth team with a wide range of merchandise and memorabilia available.

Our brand new ‘The Falcon Files’ special collector’s edition magazine documenting the histories of every Falcon V8 Supercar from the last 25 years will be on sale among a range of other items.

We will have huge stocks of ‘Seven Sport’s Magic Moments of Motorsport’ DVDs celebrating some of the great Bathurst races of years gone by among a range of others, as well as a range of boxed set DVDs including the new release Allan Moffat 1977 celebration boxed set.

There’ll also be our popular limited edition illustrated prints – and artist Tristan Groves will be on hand to meet fans and discuss his amazing art work pieces that are available exclusively through V8 Sleuth.

You’ll have the opportunity to pre-order some of our very special prints too, including the just-released edition celebrating the 30th anniversary of Peter Brock’s last Bathurst 1000 win in 1987 featuring the #10 Mobil HDT Commodore VL.

If you missed our Brock/Bathurst cars publication ‘Cars Of The King’ last year, don’t worry we will also have some stock of that available for purchase.

The V8 Sleuth himself Aaron Noonan will be dropping by over the course of the four days to meet with race fans in what is set to be a massive weekend at Mount Panorama!

If you can’t make it to Bathurst, go shopping here in our V8 Sleuth Online Store.

V8 Sleuth strives to both preserve and celebrate Australian motorsport’s rich history, from tracking and tracing the race-by-race histories and changing ownership of individual cars, to capturing and retelling the stories of the people who made our sport what it is today.