Where to live stream V8 Supercars online

Alexandra Plesa 6 March 2018 NEWS

V8-Supercars

Start your streaming engines: The V8 Supercars is one of the most exciting sports Australia has to offer and you don't even have to leave the couch to experience it.

The Virgin Australia Supercars Championship, formerly V8 Supercars Championship, is widely regarded as one of the most exciting motorsport categories in the world, and you can live stream every minute of the action online without breaking the bank.

The championship is one of Australia’s biggest sports. Globally, it’s recognised as the best touring car category in the world and is a leader in motorsport entertainment. V8 Supercar races take place all over the country and they don’t shy away from crossing the border from time to time.

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Some of the most prestigious racing events from the championship include the Clipsal 500 in Adelaide, the Gold Coast 600 and the Sandown 500. However, the Great Race remains the Bathurst 1000. It’s the longest in the V8 Supercars calendar, running over 1,000 kilometres. It is, without a doubt, the pinnacle of motorsport in Australia.

Stream the Supercars Championship live with Foxtel Now

The biggest Supercars Championship events, including the Supercars Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000, will be broadcast live and free on TEN. However, if you’re looking to keep up with everything Supercars related, your best choice remains Foxtel.

This year, Fox Sports will deliver every round of the 2018 Virgin Australia Supercars Championship live, with continuous coverage of all qualifying sessions and races. The event kicks off on 1 March when Supercars return to Adelaide for the Adelaide 500. Next, Albert Park will host the inaugural 2018 Coates Hire Supercars Melbourne 400 between 22 and 25 March, which will count towards the Supercars championship for the first time.

If you have a Foxtel subscription but can’t watch on the big screen, the Foxtel app enables you to stream content on the go. It’s included with your Foxtel package and allows you to watch Foxtel channels live on your phone/tablet. You don’t have to miss a minute of the exciting racing action, even when you're out and about.

No Foxtel? The telco’s streaming platform Foxtel Now opens you up to an entire world of sport with zero contracts, via the Internet. Simply sign up on the website and you can watch live TV in minutes, or catch up with content on demand. You build your subscription by choosing between channel packs based on your preferences.

To stream the V8 Supercars you need the Sport pack, which is $29/month. You also need to subscribe to a Starter Pack to gain access to sports. Lifestyle, Kids and Docos cost $10/month each, while Drama and Pop are priced at $15/month each. Consequently, your Sport subscription will cost you at least $39/month. You can watch on computers, mobile devices, streaming boxes, Chromecast/Airplay and PS4. There’s a 10-day free trial available for new subscribers.

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