BATHURST TELEVISON: CASTROL HISTORIC TOURING CARS

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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.

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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.

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“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.”

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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.

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For a taste of what you can expect to see from the Castrol Histroic Touring Cars, take a look at some footage from last years event.

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