Supersprint Live Stream and V8 Supercars Free Air TV Guide 2020

V8 Supercars live tv schedule

The pinnacle of domestic Australian motor racing is the V8 Supercars series, with the twenty-fourth edition promising to be one of the best yet. All our favourite drivers, teams and manufacturers are set to return and battle in out over 12 turbo charged rounds.

The 2020 championship chase began with the Adelaide 500 in South Australia, but the coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak meant that several races were postponed during March, April and May. However, the powers that be have managed to put together a new season calendar that allows all but three races to take place across the season. A special one-off season finale will coincide with the Bathurst 12 Hour (5-7 February) race at Mount Panorama, whilst the Melbourne 400, Gold Coast 600 and Newcastle 500 have all been cancelled for logistical reasons.

Supercars 2020 TV Preview

Due to exceptional delays to the 2020 season, each race weekend will run across no more than two days, as opposed to the normal three. While every event on the V8 calendar is must see TV, there are some real fan favourites, such as the Bathurst 1000, which takes place at the world famous Mount Panorama circuit. Further into the championship chase, you’ll find Queensland’s Townsville 400 races, where the streets become filled with the smell of fuel and the sound of high octane V8 engines in late August. The season’s only non-Australian fixture, the Auckland Super400, runs full throttle in January 2021 and is arguably the biggest race on New Zealand’s motor racing calendar.

Sydney Super Night Free Air vs Fox Sports

Date Time Channel
Saturday 27 June TBC Foxtel / Kayo
Saturday 27 June TBC Ten
Sunday 28 June TBC Foxtel / Kayo
Sunday 28 June TBC Ten

So don’t miss a minute of this 2020 Supercars Championship action, where you can watch every support session, qualifying event and full V8 races live. There’s no telling who will provide the drive of the day, or which driver will be spraying champagne on top of the podium come the end of the weekend in this most enthralling of domestic motorsports.

When: Saturday 27 June – Sunday 28 June, 2020
Where: Stdney Motorsport Park, New South Wales

Sydney Super Night LIVE TV Schedule (Sydney time)

Event Day Time Channel
Qualifying Saturday 27 June TBC Foxtel / Kayo / Ten
Race 1Saturday 27 June TBC Foxtel / Kayo / Ten
Race 2 Sunday 28 June TBC Foxtel / Kayo / Ten

V8 Supercars on Aussie TV

This season there will be seven live events on Free to Air, but as seen in the 2020 TV fixtures Fox Sports (Foxtel/Kayo) will provide the most complete V8 Supercars coverage. This includes every practice session, qualifying event and featured race shown live, with the championship races ad-break free, as well as unique camera angles and spectacular graphics.

Watch Supercars Live Online

If you’re a resident of Australia and don’t have access to Fox Sports you may wish to review the Foxtel Now free trial which is good for 10 days. With Foxtel Now you have the option to watch the Supercars live online with a variety of compatible internet connected devices.

Eligible platforms include PC, Mac, iOS or Android mobile devices, as well as Telstra TV, the Google Chromecast, Playstation 4 and more. Foxtel Now can also be renewed month-to-month, requires no set-up fees and can be accessed instantly.

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Stream Supercars Live and FREE

Alternatively, Kayo Sports have a 14 day trial offering. With the Kayo trial you will have access to the same practices, qualifying and races shown on Fox Sports, and can stream the Melbourne Supercars free and Live using eligible mobile devices. Compatible devices include select PC and Macs, iOS and Android phones and tablets, Apple and Telstra TV, Google Chromecast, as well as Safari, Firefox, Chrome and Microsoft Edge browsers.

Kayo also have an exclusive on-screen RaceView feature that includes a timing camera, which displays a real-time leaderboard, and Co-Pilot, which has an in-car driver camera. There’s also Kayo Minis on demand replay feature, so you can catch-up on any of the key events you may have missed.

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Live sport returns to Kayo, with every game and every round from the NRL and AFL, action from the German Bundesliga, UFC and V8 Supercars – all available on Kayo’s 14 day trial.

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V8 Supercars 2020 TV Fixtures (Revised)

Event Location Date Channel
Superloop Adelaide 500 Adelaide Street Circuit 20-23 February Foxtel / Kayo / Ten
Sydney Sydney Motorsport Park 27-28 June Foxtel / Kayo
Winton 400Winton Motor Raceway 18-19 JulyFoxtel / Kayo
Darwin Triple Crown Hidden Valley Racetrack 8-9 AugustFoxtel / Kayo / Ten
Townsville 400 Townsville Reid Park Circuit29-30 August Foxtel / Kayo / Ten
The Bend 500 The Bend Motorsport Park 19-20 SeptemberFoxtel / Kayo
Bathurst 1000 Mt Panorama Circuit 8-11 October Foxtel / Kayo / Ten
Perth SuperNightWanneroo Raceway 31 October – 1 November Foxtel / Kayo / Ten
Tasmania Super 400Symmons Plains Raceway 21-22 November Foxtel / Kayo
Sandown Super 400Sandown Raceway12-13 DecemberFoxtel / Kayo / Ten
Auckland TBC 9-10 January Foxtel / Kayo
Bathurst (12 hour weekend)Mount Panorama 5-7 February Foxtel / Kayo

Events shown as Sydney Time, adjust for regional differences. The V8 Supercars on Free to Air does not always include live coverage of the support sessions, practices, qualifying, or the Top Ten Shootout.

V8 Supercars Drivers to Watch

Scott McLaughlin made it back-to-back Supercars Championships last year courtesy of a dominant season which saw him win 18 of the 32 races and finish atop the standings by over 500 points. The title was virtually decided just halfway through the season after the Kiwi won 13 of the first 17 races of the season, and it was a race for second place amongst his competitors for much of the year. He will head into 2020 as the favourite to take out what would be a third consecutive Championship, but you won’t be able to catch all of his attempt to go back-to-back on this year’s free to air V8 coverage.

Jamie Whincup started 2019 very slowly, and partway through the season many were questioning how much longer the most successful driver in V8 Supercars history would be able to compete at the top level. The 37-year-old, however, responded in kind with a brilliant finish to the year – he won four of the last six events to storm into third place, and as a result he will head into this year with a full head of steam and aspirations of an eighth Drivers Championship.

Shane Van Gisbergen is another driver expected to be in the mix at the business end of the season. The 2016 Drivers Champion has finished second to McLaughlin for two consecutive years, and he will be desperate to stop the man who has stood in the way of what could have been multiple titles for the 30-year-old Kiwi. Unsurprisingly, given his sustained excellence over the past few years, he is one of the favourites to take out this year’s title.

How to Stream V8 Supercars in Australia

Not everyone currently has, or wants to take on a Foxtel or Telstra subscription. So with this consideration in mind, what other choices do you have when it comes to watching the Supercars Championship? Let’s look at some of the best streaming options available on the Aussie market.

Apple TV

Arguably the gold-standard of the lower-profile streaming device for years now, the Apple TV is popular because it delivers. This tiny box is now in its fifth generation, and has recently added 4K and HDR streaming. You can also download apps just like you would on your phone. And that means almost every major player is supported, including the Kayo Sports streaming service and Foxtel Now.

Apple TV

Google Chromecast

This amazing little device now comes in two options for streaming video, both with an HDMI connection linking them to your TV. You can choose from the standard or the Google Chromecast Ultra version – the difference is that the Ultra handles 4K video, which is becoming increasingly available in Australia thanks to HD. Once plugged in and connected to your home Wi-Fi network, the device can be reached by a vast range of apps to stream video or on demand replays including Kayo Sports. While it’s not as seamless as using a dedicated device – it’s still extremely versatile.

Google Chromecast

Foxtel Now Box

Another increasingly popular streaming device option would be the Foxtel Now Box. Launched over a year ago, it delivers the easiest way to stream Foxtel Now, as well as YouTube and Stan, directly to your TV. There’s no installation required so you can immediately start streaming the Supercars Championship and other sport on your TV. Simply plug it in and start watching. Of course, you’ll need to subscribe to the Foxtel Now Sports pack, which offers access to twelve channels including Fox Sports, Fox League, Fox Footy, ESPN, beIN Sports and all the live action available each and every week.

Foxtel Now Box