Bathurst 12 Hour (2018)
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Ash Walsh has been released from hospital after undergoing minor surgery on his elbow after his monster Bathurst crash on Sunday evening.
Bathurst 12 Hour winner Robin Frijns says his WRT Audi would have run out of fuel in the final stint had it run green to the flag.
Robin Frijns, Stuart Leonard, and Dries Vanthoor are the 2018 Bathurst 12 Hour champions, after the race was declared early due to a massive final-stint crash.
Raffaele Marciello leads the Bathurst 12 Hour with a quarter of the race left to run, as the majority of the Top 10 squares up to battle it out for the final three hours.
The #43 BMW Team Schnitzer M6 will start the Bathurst 12 Hour from pole position, after Chaz Mostert edged Audi driver Kelvin van der Linde in the Top 10 Shootout.
Augusto Farfus eclipsed his Practice 1 benchmark to lead a close-run second practice session at Mount Panorama for the BMW Team Schnitzer squad.
Bathurst rookie Augusto Farfus made a blistering start to the Bathurst 12 Hour weekend by topping the first open practice session.
The Jamec Pem Audi squad has confirmed that Garth Tander, Kelvin van der Linde, and Frederic Vervisch will race its second all-Pro entry at the Bathurst 12 Hour next month.