The world-class field features a total of twelve manufacturers across GT3, GT4, and Invitational Class machinery, with Class A’s 10 brands comprising of Mercedes-AMG, BMW, Aston Martin, Audi, Bentley, Ferrari, Nissan, Honda, McLaren, Porsche, and Lamborghini.
Last year’s winning team Earl Bamber Motorsport returns with two Porsche 991.2 GT3Rs with an all-new, all-star line-up featuring Craig Lowndes, Laurens Vanthoor and Earl Bamber in the #1 Porsche, while 2019 winners Dirk Werner and Matt Campbell join Absolute Racing for the event this year, moving from one Porsche team to the other. New on the entry list is the addition of JAS Motorsport, the Italian squad entering the race for the first time to represent Honda with the NSX GT3. Lamborghini is also bringing out the big guns with 2019 Blancpain GT champion Orange1 FFF Racing Team making its Intercontinental GT Challenge debut.
The 2020 edition marks the 18th running of the Bathurst 12 Hour. On the line is the Australian Tourist Trophy, one of the country’s oldest prizes. First track action is scheduled for Friday 31 January.