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2020 V8 Supercars schedule and driver list
The teams from Ford and Holden will all be gunning for defending V8 Supercars series champion Scott McLaughlin in 2020.
The announcement that General Motors will scrap the Holden brand in Australia and New Zealand by 2021 sent shockwaves through not just motorsport, but those countries too.
It won't impact the 2020 V8 Supercars season, which returns to Holden vs Ford after Nissan's withdrawal. There are 17 drivers across 8 teams slated to start the season behind the wheel of a Holden Commodore.
With the future so uncertain, fans should enjoy a full year of the Holden vs Ford rivalry while they can. There are 14 rounds in 2020, down from 15 a year ago. The order of races has also been shuffled around.
2020 V8 Supercars schedule
|Round||Date||Event||Track||Location||Where to watch|
|1||22–23 February||Adelaide 500||Adelaide Street Circuit||Adelaide, South Australia||Kayo Sports, Foxtel, Channel 10|
|2||13–15 March||Melbourne 400||Albert Park Circuit||Melbourne, Victoria||Kayo Sports, Foxtel|
|3||4–5 April||Tasmania Super 400||Symmons Plains Raceway||Launceston, Tasmania||Kayo Sports, Foxtel|
|4||25–26 April||Auckland Super 400||Hampton Downs Motorsport Park||North Waikato, New Zealand||Kayo Sports, Foxtel|
|5||16–17 May||Perth SuperNight||Wanneroo Raceway||Neerabup, Western Australia||Kayo Sports, Foxtel, Channel 10|
|6||6–7 June||Winton Super 400||Winton Motor Raceway||Benalla, Victoria||Kayo Sports, Foxtel|
|7||27–28 June||Townsville 400||Townsville Street Circuit||Townsville, Queensland||Kayo Sports, Foxtel, Channel 10|
|8||18–19 July||Darwin Triple Crown||Hidden Valley Raceway||Darwin, Northern Territory||Kayo Sports, Foxtel|
|9||29–30 August||Sydney SuperNight||Sydney Motorsport Park||Eastern Creek, New South Wales||Kayo Sports, Foxtel|
|10||20 September||The Bend 500||The Bend Motorsport Park||Tailem Bend, South Australia||Kayo Sports, Foxtel|
|11||11 October||Bathurst 1000||Mount Panorama Circuit||Bathurst, New South Wales||Kayo Sports, Foxtel, Channel 10|
|12||31 October–1 November||Gold Coast 600||Surfers Paradise Street Circuit||Surfers Paradise, Queensland||Kayo Sports, Foxtel, Channel 10|
|13||21–22 November||Sandown Super 400||Sandown Raceway||Springvale, Victoria||Kayo Sports, Foxtel, Channel 10|
|14||5–6 December||Newcastle 500||Newcastle Street Circuit||Newcastle, New South Wales||Kayo Sports, Foxtel, Channel 10|
List of V8 Supercars drivers
Watch the 2020 V8 Supercars Championship
As mentioned, Foxtel has access to all 14 races in 2020, while Channel 10 is showing 7 of them. That means Kayo Sports, Foxtel iQ, Foxtel Now and Channel 10 are your options for watching the action. We have a comprehensive guide to watching the 2020 V8 Supercars Championship here. Or check out our video below.
Stream the 2020 V8 Supercars Championship on Kayo Sports
You can watch every single race of this year's V8 Supercars Championship live on Kayo Sports. If you are yet to try out the streaming platform, it offers a 14-day free trial.
Motorsport is just 1 of more than 50 sports Kayo has for you to choose from to get your sporting fix. It also has a range of special features to add to your viewing experience including RaceView. For more information, we have put together a complete review of Kayo Sports.
Image source: Kayo Sports website
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