How to watch V8 Supercars Sydney SuperSprint live and free
V8 Supercars is finally ready to get back on track, starting with the 2-day Sydney SuperSprint at Eastern Creek. This is how to follow the action.
Sydney SuperSprint marks the long-awaited return of the V8 Supercars to the track in 2020. Only one event was held – the Superloop Adelaide 500 back in February – prior to the coronavirus pandemic. Points from Adelaide count towards the championship.
Reduced to a 12-race schedule, rather than the original 14, all V8 events will now be raced over 2 days, apart from the Bathurst 1000. The Sydney event will be held without fans. Organisers are considering allowing campers from the next race at Winton on 18–19 July.
When is the Sydney SuperSprint?
The return of V8 racing takes place from 27–28 June. It all gets underway with a 20-minute, rookie-only practice session from 10:20am AEST on Saturday. That's followed by 2 full-field practice sessions. Then 2 qualifying sessions and a top-15 shootout will determine pole for the opening 33-lap sprint race, which will start at 3:30pm AEST. Sunday's action starts at 10:35am AEST with another 2 qualifying events and 2 more 33-lap races.
How to watch Sydney SuperSprint
The Sydney leg of this year's championship series is live and exclusive to Fox Sports. That means Foxtel iQ, Foxtel Now and Kayo Sports are your viewing options. For a full analysis of the V8 broadcasts, you can check out our season guide here.
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Watch V8 Supercars Sydney SuperSprint on free-to-air television
Channel 10 has the rights to some of this year's series, but not live coverage of the Sydney SuperSprint. Channel 10 will show a 1-hour highlights package of each day on 10 Bold from 10:20pm AEST on Saturday and Sunday evenings. You can also catch the highlights on 10 play.
Stream the Sydney SuperSprint on Kayo Sports
If you love your motorsports, you need to take a look at Kayo Sports. Kayo has access to every remaining race of the 2020 season live and in HD. Kayo currently has a 14-day free trial for new users. We have put together a full review of the service for you.
After the trial, a Basic subscription will cost you $25/month and gives you access to 2 screens or devices at once. For $35/month a Premium subscription gives you a third screen. There are no lock-in contracts and you can cancel at any time.
Kayo also has a number of special features, including some specifically for motorsport. It includes RaceView, which allows fans to watch four feeds on one screen. HeliCam, Race Centre, Pit Lane and driver cameras are among the options.
Who will win the Sydney MotorSport Park SuperSprint?
Scott McLaughlin is the two-time defending champion of the V8 Supercars Series. The Ford Mustang GT driver also has a 27-point lead after a first and second-placing in Adelaide. Unsurprisingly, we think he's also the man to beat in Sydney. We would also like to see him pushed by some Holden drivers. General Motors will stop producing the iconic brand in 2021.