Ricciardo will join McLaren in 2021, a team run by charismatic CEO Zak Brown - who happens to have a direct link to the Walkinshaw Andretti United team as a part-owner.
The Australian was asked if he would be interested in driving a Formula 1® car around the famous Bathurst circuit.
"Yes, if they raised the ride height, yes, absolutely," said Ricciardo.
"I've already had some conversations about Bathurst with him, actually,
"Working on it, working on it!"
It is not the first time a Ricciardo entry for the Bathurst 1000 has been floated, as Brown proposed the idea of a McLaren team entry much earlier in the year.
“I think they’d both love to do it,” Brown told Supercars Sidetracked.
“I think it’ll just come down to schedule and whether they can fit it in the schedule. Bathurst, historically, conflicts with Japan – that's why sometimes I'm there and sometimes I'm not.
“I’d love to see them do it there."
Ricciardo will make his official McLaren race debut at the Formula 1® Australian Grand Prix 2021, to register your interest follow this link.
To hear the full In The Fast Lane interview with Ricciardo ranking the ten best Formula 1® drivers of 2020, reflecting on the end of his two-year stint at Renault, joining McLaren in 2021 and answering some questions from listeners - follow the links below.