14 December 2021 | General

Bathurst 100 makes return for the 2022 Supercheap Auto Bathurst International

The special long distance Bathurst 100 event for the Turtle Wax Trans Am Series will make its return in 2022 at the season ending Supercheap Auto Bathurst International.

In what was a tough inaugural encounter held at the season finale last month, Nathan Herne pushed his Dream Racing Australia Team Valvoline Dodge Challenger to the limit as he secured not only the Bathurst 100, but his maiden Turtle Wax Trans Am Series title.

In what was a challenging affair for both man and machine, the format will be retained for next year’s Supercheap Auto Bathurst International as a special season ending event.

Expect the likes of Ben Grice, Kyle Gurton, Tim Brook, Edan Thornburrow and an influx of newcomers to challenge Herne.

In what is expected to be a large season finale for the Australian Racing Group, the Supercheap Auto Bathurst International will occur on November 11-13.