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Peter Brock Trophy set to begin this week

As the Repco Bathurst 1000 ramps up for the 60th anniversary, the Peter Brock Trophy Tour gets underway later this week starting in Albury and Wagga Wagga in regional NSW.

First stop on the Peter Brock Trophy is the border town of Albury, which is home to Brad Jones Racing. Fans are invited to get up close with the Peter Brock Trophy and the Supercars Gen3 race cars at the Albury Riverside Precinct between 3pm-5pm tomorrow afternoon.

Moving further north, the tour will head to Wagga’s famous beach, the Gold Creek Village in Canberra, the prominent Flagstaff Hill Lighthouse located in Wollongong, the famous Sydney Harbour and Orange’s CBD, before arriving at Mount Panorama on Tuesday, October 3.

Giveaways will feature at each stop, headlined by the chance to win tickets to this year’s Repco Bathurst 1000.

Repco Supercars Championship drivers will attend these events starting with Brad Jones Racing’s roster and Albury-born 2017 Bathurst winner David Reynolds.

Supercars CEO Shane Howard has encouraged fans to meet the tour at their local stops to get up close to the prestigious Peter Brock Trophy, before it is held aloft by the winners on October 8.

“Fans far and wide are ready to cheer on their favourite drivers and teams as we countdown to the start of the 60th anniversary of the Repco Bathurst 1000,” said Howard.

“The Repco Bathurst 1000 Trophy Tour is all about getting the coveted Peter Brock Trophy closer to our passionate fans living in the regions between the two enduro events.”

“The second week of the tour coincides with NSW and ACT school holidays so we expect plenty of families to come along and see the Peter Brock Trophy in locations it has never visited before.

“We’re expecting more than 200-thousand fans to attend this year’s event at Mount Panorama and we hope to see many familiar faces between now and then as part of this first-ever roadshow.”

Repco will be bringing a semi-trailer featuring famous imagery of Bathurst’s most significant winning cars, with kids’ activations, a Gen3 Chevrolet Camaro and Ford Raptor to check out at each stop.

“As we approach the 60th anniversary running of the Repco Bathurst 1000, we’re thrilled to bring the iconic Peter Brock Trophy to fans across Australia,” said Mitch Wiley, Head of Sponsorship at Repco.

“This tour will take the famous trophy to places it has never been before and allow local fans the chance to get up close and personal with one of the greatest prizes in Australian sport.

“We invite fans to join us in Albury on Wednesday and share in the excitement as we go from town to town on our way to Mount Panorama for the milestone running of the Repco Bathurst 1000.”

The 2023 Repco Bathurst 1000 Trophy Tour:

Wednesday 20th September – Albury Riverside Precinct, 3pm – 5pm

Friday 22nd September – Wagga Wagga Beach (Carpark area), 3pm – 5pm

Monday 25th September – Canberra’s Gold Creek Village Shopping Centre, 12pm – 2pm

Tuesday 26th September – Wollongong’s Flagstaff Hill (carpark near lighthouse), 12pm – 2pm

Wednesday 27th September – Sydney Harbour

Thursday 28th September – Orange Southcourt, near Visitor Centre, 12pm – 2pm

Tuesday 3rd October – Mount Panorama Circuit, 12pm

Wednesday 4th October – Bathurst SuperFest, Bathurst CBD signing sessions, 12pm – 2pm