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    Mount Panorama will be quieter than normal this October with only 4000 spectators a day allowed to attend the Supercars' Bathurst 1000

    Mount Panorama will be quieter than normal this October with only 4000 spectators a day allowed to attend the Supercars' Bathurst 1000


    COVID-19 restrictions will prevent the Supercars' first season-finale at Bathurst for 20 years from being packed full of motorsport enthusiasts.

    Camping is banned, while fans will be prevented from viewing the great race from the top of the famous mountain.

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