Offering full screen video with all audio and commentary feeds, this initiative will ensure fans have access from anywhere in the world.
As well as race coverage and commentary, the streaming service will also offer behind the scenes views of the event, the teams and drivers as well as pre and post event activities from the spiritual home of Australian motor racing.
The coverage will be served via US based streaming company Upstream and will be available via the event's official website.
The commentary team for the streaming of the Armor All Bathurst 12 Hour will be headed up by local radio station 2BS General Manager Phil Cole and his team, with well known and experienced reporter Grant Boyden interviewing live in pit lane.
Race fans will be kept informed of all the leading action, class results, driver changes, incidents and accidents for the entire event from race start at 0630 on Sunday, February 14.
The Armor All Bathurst 12 Hour Showroom Enduro is in its fourth year, with a grid of 45 expected to start. The race features production cars in a class structure representative of the mass road-going market. BMW, Mitsubishi, Ford, Holden, Nissan and Subaru will compete for outright honours.