BATHURST'S Michael Anderson has not secured a Superlicence required to compete in this year's Bathurst 1000, Motorsport Australia confirmed on Tuesday afternoon.
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The Anderson Motorsport team had been granted conditional approval in April to compete at this year's Great Race as a wildcard entry, with the Bathurst driver set to be in the driver's seat.
Anderson's entry remains eligible for the race although his involvement as a driver will be determined by whether he gains a Superlicence.
"We can confirm that Michael Anderson has not been given a Superlicence," a Motorsport Australia spokesperson said.
Anderson was a Super3 Series race winner during last year's season, and his team now has Brad Vaughan racing in the third-tier category.
Anderson Motorsport can still take part in October's Bathurst 1000 but will now need to find two drivers with Superlicence credentials.
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