Ipswich Supersprint Free Air and V8 Supercars Live Streaming TV Guide


Ipswich 400 Live TV schedule

The pinnacle of motor racing in Australia is the V8 Supercars Championship, and the 2019 edition offers plenty of excitement after the last round at Townsville, where Scott McLaughlin and Shane van Gisbergen split the featured races on the weekend.

The championship now heads to Ipswich for the Century Batteries Ipswich Super Sprint, and you won’t miss a minute when watching live at home on your TV, or streaming the action to an eligible mobile device using the information in this guide.

Ipswich Super Sprint TV Preview

The previous round‘s V8 Townsville 400, with both races of the 200km variety, were split between veterans Scott McLaughlin and Shane van Gisbergen, in a skillful display by each driver and a hugely satisfying win for their respective teams as they battle for the Championship.

Heading into round nine Scott McLaughlin remains atop the Drivers Championship standings followed by Fabian Coulthard and Shane van Gisbergen. McLaughlin has been on a tear the past five rounds, and he won’t be short on confidence having won seven of the past eleven featured races.

So don’t miss a minute of this exciting 2019 V8 Supercars Championship action as there’s no telling who will provide the most spectacular footage, or which driver will greet the judge and move up in the standings when the series settles on the weekend.

Friday 26 July – Sunday 28 July
Queensland Raceway, Ipswich QLD

Live TV Times – Ipswich Supersprint (AEST)

Event Day Time Channel
Practice #1 Friday 11.35am Foxtel / Kayo 
Practice #2 Friday 2.55pm Foxtel / Kayo 
Practice #3 Saturday 10.35am Foxtel / Kayo 
Qualifying (Race 19) Saturday 1.25pm Foxtel / Kayo 
Race 19 Saturday 4.15pm Foxtel / Kayo 
Practice #4 Sunday 9.35am Foxtel / Kayo 
Qualifying (Race 20) Sunday 11.20am Foxtel / Kayo 
Race 20 Sunday 2.10pm Foxtel / Kayo 

Shown as Sydney time, refer to your local listings for updates or changes.

Stream the Ipswich Supercars Live and Free

This year’s Ipswich 400 will only be shown as highlights on Free to Air TV, but Fox Sports (Foxtel/Kayo) will provide the most complete Live coverage including every practice session, qualifying event and each race, as well as offering unique camera angles, spectacular graphics and greater access to the drivers as well as their teams.

So if you’re a resident of Australia you may wish to consider the Kayo Sports 14 day free trial which has no lock-in and has the exact same Supercars coverage as Foxtel. Kayo offers live Ipswich V8 streaming to eligible mobile devices, and will be broadcasting the German Grand Prix (July 26 – 28) and other popular sports on the same weekend.

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V8 Supercars Drivers to Watch

Scott McLaughlin has built up a nice lead in the Championship, and his efforts at Townsville were outstanding. Scott’s been burning to win a Championship for a few years, and he is delicately poised to claim the title and knock off his arch enemy Jamie Whincup. He is a three time winner at Ipswich and will be the man to beat as he heads towards win number four.

DJR Team Penske driver Fabian Coulthard currently sits second in the Championship, and has been giving ground over the past several outings with poor showings. Coulthard admitted during the week that he and the team need to peg back the margin as the year progresses steadily towards the Endurance part of the season and the ultimate, Bathurst.

Shane van Gisbergen currently sits in third but has been inconsistent through-out the season. He did grab the top spot at Townsville in the second race of the weekend, but if he’s going to catch McLaughlin he has to up his game and put together a nice streak, a good stretch of top 3 finishes would surely help his cause.

Ipswich Super Sprint on Free to Air TV

If you wish to wait for replays well after the results are known and the action is over, the Ipswich 400 on Free to Air will be shown as one hour highlights on channel ONE from 8:30 pm to 9:30 pm on Saturday, and on Channel Ten from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm on Sunday.