Read through some of the stories from motorsport fans who have made their way to Mount Panorama this year.
AFTER missing out on being awarded the best event on the Supercars calendar last season, in 2016 the Bathurst 1000 was back on top.
THE Triple Eight Race Engineering appeal in relation to the time penalty imposed by the Stewards in the 2016 Bathurst 1000 has been dismissed by the CAMS appointed Supercars National Court of Appeal.
Bathurst 1000 champion Will Davison is unhappy that his upset victory has been tarnished by the week-long controversy caused by the efforts of his best friend Jamie Whincup's team to overturn the result.
Supercars chief James Warburton has attacked the sport's leading team for trying to win back the Bathurst 1000 by challenging "the umpire's decision" after the race.
King of the Mountain Peter Brock is still a winner on TV.
THEY were the youngest driver pairing in Sunday’s Bathurst 1000, but Cameron Waters and Jack Le Brocq showed that experience does not always count at Mount Panorama.
MATT Campbell may have been classed as a non-finisher in Sunday’s Bathurst 1000, but he still left Mount Panorama as a winner.
FOR the third year in a row, Red Bull Racing co-driver Paul Dumbrell watched on from the pits at Mount Panorama as a potential victory turned to disappointment.
The Western Advocate photographers and journalists took some interesting and fun photos over the Great Race weekend.
Peter Brock's brother says Jamie Whincup would not have been a worthy recipient of the winner's trophy
Jamie Whincup's Holden team will appeal Will Davison's controversial Bathurst 1000 triumph at Mount Panorama.
WILL Davison claimed his second Bathurst 1000 crown in dramatic fashion on Sunday as he and co-driver Jonathon Webb capitalised off a crash that will be talked about for years to come.
WHEN Jamie Whincup snared the second Bathurst 1000 pole of his career on Saturday afternoon, he spoke about breaking the curse of going from number one of the grid.
The cars may be the main attraction, but these ladies never fail to disappoint as photos are taken over the weekend.
ONLY twice in the history of the Bathurst 1000 since safety cars were introduced have the full 161 laps been run without it being deployed, but it took 92 laps for it to appear on Sunday.