The Liqui-Moly 12 Hours of Bathurst is just around the corner and this years race looks set to be the biggest and best edition yet. You can catch every minute of the enthralling action right here on the RaceDepartment Live Stream page as part of the B12H around Mount Panorama! It's that time of year again, when the motorsport season kicks off in earnest with two of the best races of the year within 7 days of each other. Last weekend we were treated to an absolutely thrilling 24 Hours of Daytona, and this coming weekend will see the GT action continue for 12 epic hours around the most infamous circuit in the Southern Hemisphere: Mount Panorama! Where and How to Watch Live streaming of the qualification sessions and race will be available on our live stream page and popular chatbox along the top of the website where you can watch and comment on the action as it unfolds before your eyes along with other like-minded individuals! If you're an Australian resident and would prefer to watch the race from the comfort of your couch, then Channels 70 and 73 will be broadcasting the entire race from start to finish. See here for viewing times. Schedule - AEDT = GMT+11 Friday, Feb. 5th: 08:20 AEDT | 21:20 GMT - Practice #1 (Amateurs only) - 30 minute session. 08:55 AEDT | 21:55 GMT - Practice #2 - 60 minute session. 12:30 AEDT | 01:30 GMT - Practice #3 - 90 minute session. 15:45 AEDT | 04:45 GMT - Practice #4 - 90 minute session. Saturday, Feb. 6th: 08:30 AEDT | 21:30 GMT - Practice #5 - 60 minute session. 12:55 AEDT | 01:55 GMT - Qualifying #1 - 60 minute session. 14:05 AEDT | 03:05 GMT - Qualifying #2 (Class A only) - 20 minute session. Sunday, Feb 7th: 05:30 AEDT | 18:30 GMT - Pit Lane Opens 05:45 AEDT | 18:45 GMT - Bathurst 12 Hour Entrants 37 cars will line up on the grid this Sunday (Saturday evening GMT), for 12 Hours of hard fought racing, including the 2015-spec Audi R8 LMS, McLaren 650S and the reigning champions Nissan NISMO GT-R GT3, otherwise known as Godzilla! The Japanese outfit will be keen to show yet again that they have what it takes to claim the top step of Australia's toughest race after their stunning performance last year in the closing laps.