SEN revs up for Bathurst 1000
Sports Entertainment Network (SEN) has bolstered its commentary line up ahead of this weekend’s Bathurst 1000, adding 2012 winner Paul Dumbrell to the mix.
Broadcasting live from Mount Panorama, the coverage kicks off on SEN 1170am (Sydney) with The Jimmy Smith Show broadcasting live trackside from BBQ Galore’s Steakhouse on both Thursday and Friday from 12pm to 3pm.
Located at the fastest corner of the track, The steakhouse will feature some of the country’s best pitmasters cooking with smokers, pizza ovens and gas grills.
On Saturday, SEN will broadcast live from 4pm to 6pm, setting the stage for the grand spectacle on Sunday.
SEN will provide full coverage from 10am to 6pm, with the trio of Jimmy Smith, Aaron Noonan and Paul Dumbrell at the helm.
In addition to Dumbrell’s SEN debut, Noonan – host of SEN’s Supercars coverage – will provide expert analysis and commentary.
Noonan says “Bathurst is special every year but the 2023 event, being the 60th anniversary of the Great Race at Mount Panorama, makes this year’s all the more important.”
“Paul is a veteran of 20 Bathurst 1000s and has experienced the highs and lows of the race, so he’s the perfect co driver to have with us in our SEN coverage from the Mountain.”