Race fans have been spoiled for choice when buying their sausages this week, with Mountain Meats selling over 20 different type of sausages.
These flavours vary from lamb garlic and rosemary, spicy pulled pork, meat lovers pizza and Angus beef red wine and cracked pepper.
According to owner Paul Smith some flavours have been continued from previous years, while others have been developed for this year after trying different ingredients.
"We have a system where we look around and taste different things to see what works well," he explained.
"We also have nine different types of burgers, which we've stocked up on this year after we learnt our lesson from last year where we ran out."
This year's special sausage flavour is the pork fennel and chilli.
What's the popular beers?
When watching the race from their campsites, Bathurst 1000 fans often enjoy a few beers, so understandably, bottle shops across town I've been kept busy as race-goers look to replenish their supplies each day.
While it's been hard to figure out exactly which beer has been the most popular, Cobb and Co Bottlers owner Jason Oates has noticed several brands that have been popular this year.
"Hans Super Dry, Tooheys New, VB and Coopers Pale Ale have all been popular," he said.
"It's much the same each year, but this year there's been a lot more craft beers.
"Sales are up from last year and we've noticed there's more people in town than last year."
Race fans are limited to one carton of full-strength beer.