Hinchcliffe and Rossi at real disadvantage for Bathurst
Rossi sits in the Holden before he wadded it up testing at Winton
Technically they are Bathurst 1000 wildcards. Their car is inferior, they are driving a saloon car instead of an open wheel car, they have to shift with their left hand and they are sitting on the right side of the car - nothing they are familiar with. Their chances of victory will depend on a whole lot of luck.
But IndyCar drivers James Hinchcliffe and Alexander Rossi should also be considered dark horses for this weekend's Great Race, says Supercars star Chaz Mostert.
The odds appear stacked against Hinchcliffe and Rossi after they snapped up a Bathurst wildcard entry offered by Holden heavyweight Walkinshaw Andretti United.
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