How to watch 2020 Bathurst 1000 Top 10 Shootout live and free
Contenders for this year's Bathurst 1000 have a chance to show their true pace in the exciting Top 10 Shootout. This is how to watch the mayhem.
The first round of qualifying for the 2020 Bathurst 1000 was held on Friday 16 October, with the drivers ranked in order for their quickest lap during a 40-minute session. But that's really just the beginning of the fun.
The top 10 drivers from that session then participate in the renowned Top 10 Shootout. There's no opportunity for a warm-up, drivers get one lap in their bid to snare pole position. It's edge-of-the-seat stuff and mistakes are out of the question if you want P1 on the grid. There's a bleak outlook for the weather during the Top 10 Shootout, the forecast is currently predicting a high chance of rain.
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When is 2020 Bathurst Top 10 Shootout?
One of the most exciting 45 minutes in motorsport gets underway at 5:05pm AEDT on Saturday 17 October at Mount Panorama in Bathurst and is all done and dusted by 5:50pm AEDT.
How to watch 2020 Bathurst 1000 Top 10 Shootout
Foxtel and Kayo Sports are the hosts of Bathurst 1000, showing every minute of every session live all week long, including a dedicated 24/7 channel. There is also limited coverage on free-to-air via Channel 10.
Channel 10 is televising the Top 10 Shootout on Saturday afternoon, so you can follow along with 10 or 10 play. If you want to catch all sessions all week and a host of special features, you need to take a look at Kayo Sports. Another major factor is the Top 10 Shootout will be ad-free on Kayo.
Who is in the Bathurst Top 10 Shootout?
Lee Holdsworth was able to crack the fastest lap in qualifying, which means he'll be the last one to head out during the Shootout. Nick Percat will be the first one flying around the mountain. The full Top 10 Shootout participants include:
- Lee Holdsworth - Truck Assist Racing - Ford - #5
- Shane van Gisbergen - Red Bull Holden Racing Team - Holden - #97
- Scott McLaughlin - Shell V-Power Racing Team - Ford - #17
- Cameron Waters - Monster Energy Racing - Ford - #6
- Jamie Whincup - Red Bull Holden Racing Team - Holden - #888
- Fabian Coulthard - Shell V-Power Racing Team - Ford - #12
- Anton De Pasquale - Penrite Racing - Holden - #99
- Chaz Mostert - Mobil 1 Appliances Online Racing - Holden - #25
- James Courtney - Boost Mobile Racing - Ford - #44
- Nick Percat - RBJ Batteries - Holden - #8
Stream 2020 Bathurst 1000 Top 10 Shootout live on Kayo Sports
On top of its usual special features, like SplitView and a Key Moments timeline, Kayo Sports has some features just for Mount Panorama. RaceView, Heli-Cam, Co-Pilot Cam and a Race Centre Channel are among the options. It's all detailed here.
Best of all, you can experience all of that and much more for no cost using Kayo's 14-day free trial for new users. Subscriptions are then $25 a month for the Basic option, where you can watch games on 2 screens, or $35 a month for a third screen.
All up, Kayo has access to more than 50 sports and we have put together a full review of the service. It is compatible with Android, iOS, Apple TV, Telstra TV, Android TV and Samsung TV (2017 or later), Sony Bravia TVs, Mac and PC as well as Chromecast or AirPlay.
Watch Bathurst Top 10 Shootout on Foxtel Now
You can also stream the thrill of the Top 10 Shootout on Foxtel Now, the pay TV operator's digital streaming service. For access, you need the Essentials pack and the Sport pack, a total of $54 a month. Foxtel Now offers a 10-day free trial for new users. We have a full guide of Foxtel Now, which includes the list of compatible devices.
Image source: Kayo Sports website
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