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Supercars drivers the latest confirmed for Repco Bathurst 12 Hour

Matt Stone Racing’s Nick Percat and Cameron Hill will use the Repco Bathurst 12 Hour as a warm up for the opening Supercars round after it was announced the duo will team up in a MARC GT.

The new teammates will be joined by Trans Am competitor John Holinger in an entry prepared by Matt Stone Racing and engineered by Jack Bellotti.

Bellotti will engineer Percat this season and running the Repco Bathurst 12 Hour will provide an early start to the working relationship, alongside Hill.

“When Round 1 of the Supercars season was announced to be at Bathurst the week after the 12 Hour, we knew it was going to be important to have a presence,” said Team Owner Matt Stone.

“We pushed hard to secure a drive for Nick and Cam at the 12 Hour, and were able to lock in an MSR entry with John Holinger.

“Given there are only two one-hour practice sessions for the Supercars event, that seat time for the drivers at the 12 Hour will make a big difference.

“Hopefully it means we can hit the ground running the following week.”

MSR has entered the Repco Bathurst 12 Hour previously in an Audi R8 LMS GT3, but will enter the Invitational Class in the new MARC GT released late last year as alternative to the previous Gen I and II offerings.

Testing will take place on Thursday, January 25 before heading to the Mountain on February 16-18.

Another Supercar-connected entry is the HubAuto Racing Porsche headlined by impressive enduro driver Kevin Estre, who will be joined by fellow factory ace Patrick Pilet and Klaus Bachler.

HubAuto return to the race for the first time since 2020 when it entered a Ferrari, but damage caused prior to the event prevented its 488 GT3 from competing.