DGB Media is pleased to announce that the Castrol Historic Touring Cars event from the 2015 Bathurst Motor Festival will be broadcast on Blend Line TV. A half hour program featuring racing highlights from the weekend will air across our partner networks (times T.B.A) in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, New Zealand and the U.S.A.
Added to the broadcast on Free-To-Air television, DVDs featuring the whole weekend of Castrol Histroic Touring Car racing will be available for purchase. DVD details and purchase options will be released at a later date.
“We are excited to be brining the Castrol Historic Touring Cars to television and a wider audience in 2015,” says DGB Media owner Daniel Beckinsale. “The continued growth of grass-roots motorsport in Australia is something we are proud to be involved with, and to see these glorious cars on television racing around Australia’s most iconic circuit, will be a pleasure. We are excited to be working with Castrol and the Historic Touring Car category to make this a reality.”
The Castrol Historic Touring Cars will compete at the Bathurst Motor Festival across the Easter weekend on April 3-5 2015. Entry to the event is free, with organisers requesting a ‘bank note’ donation (as little as $5) to Legacy at the gate.