The pinnacle of motor racing in Australia is the V8 Supercars Championship, and the 2020 edition shapes up to be a ripper with the televising of all sessions of each event, whether it be practice, qualifying or the actual race itself, as well as unique camera angles, spectacular graphics and broader access to the drivers as well as their teams.
The championship now heads to Victoria for the Winton Super 400, and you need not miss a minute of this exciting motorsports action no matter your schedule when watching it live using a standard or HD TV, as well as mobile streaming options using a Free Trial.
Winton Super 400 Preview
The previous round, the Sydney SuperSprint, saw Scott McLaughlin take out both races in emphatic style in his Team Penske Ford. Heading into the next round at Winton he tops the championship standings with a 51 point gap over Jamie Whincup in second place. Seven-time champion Jamie Whincup is the only driver looking like he has a chance to catch McLaughlin in his Red Bull Holden, and he will be looking for his fourth win at the famous Victorian circuit.
So don’t miss a minute of the 2020 V8 Supercars Championship action as there’s no telling who will provide the weekend’s biggest talking point, or which driver will claim the top spot on the podium.
** Winton 400 postponed **
The 2020 Winton 400 has been postponed for a second time this season due to the recent coronavirus (Covid -19) outbreak in Victoria. This race has now been replaced on the calendar by a second Sydney Supersprint race in New South Wales across the same weekend. As soon as further information about the rescheduling date for the Winton 400 is made available, it will be displayed on this page.
When: July 18 – July 19, 2020
Where: Winton, Victoria
Winton Super 400 V8 Live TV Times
|Drivers Practice||Saturday||Postponed||Foxtel / Kayo|
|Practice #1||Saturday||Postponed||Foxtel / Kayo|
|Qualifying||Saturday||Postponed||Foxtel / Kayo|
|Race 13||Saturday||Postponed||Foxtel / Kayo|
|Practice #2||Sunday||Postponed||Foxtel / Kayo|
|Qualifying||Sunday||Postponed||Foxtel / Kayo|
|Race 14||Sunday||Postponed||Foxtel / Kayo|
V8 Supercars Streaming
You won’t find this year’s Winton Super 400 on Free to Air TV in Australia, but Fox Sports 5 (Kayo Sports/Foxtel) will provide the most complete coverage including every minute of practice, qualifying and all championship races LIVE, as well as offering unique camera angles, spectacular graphics and daily replays of the key events.
So if you’re a resident of Australia you may wish to consider the 14 days Kayo Sports Free live TV trial, which will televise this exciting Supercars Championship event and other popular sports online, as well as offering live Winton V8 streaming to eligible mobile devices within minutes of getting started.
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V8 Supercars Drivers to Watch
Scott McLaughlin took to the podium at Perth, and that continued his brilliant start to the season, which sees the young driver on top of the Championship Table. He hasn’t had a win at Winton yet, but given his current success and style of driving it wouldn’t surprise to see him salute at Winton Motor Raceway this year.
David Reynolds might not have the big profile the likes of Jamie Whincup and Mark Winterbottom, but he is a talented driver and almost peerless in his consistency. His best result so far this year is a third place finish, but he has crossed the line in the top 11 in every single race and finds himself in fourth in the Drivers Championship race. Always in the mix, Reynolds seems certain to break through for a podium finish at some point soon, and Winton might just be the place for him to do it.
Winton SuperSprint on Free to Air TV
If you wish to wait for replays well after the results are known and the action is over they will be shown on Free To Air TV channel TEN at 11:30pm Saturday and 10Bold at 8.30pm Sunday, while highlights of the Winton V8 Supercars on Free to Air will run on 10Bold at 8.30pm Saturday and channel TEN at 4.00pm Sunday.