The 1999 Bob Jane T-Marts 500 was the 37th and last touring car endurance race run by the Australian Racing Driver's Club at the Mount Panorama Circuit, which had included the Bathurst 1000. It was held on 3 October 1999.
The race was held for International Class II Touring Cars, otherwise known as Supertouring with several other classes invited, but only two cars from other categories entered. Qualifying established the grid for a 100 kilometre prelude race, which in turn established the grid for the 500 kilometre main event.
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