Supercars Live Streaming
The Repco Supercars Championship is the biggest domestic motorsports competition in Australia, bringing together some of the most accomplished drivers from home and abroad. There will be 12 rounds in total during the 2021 season at tracks in every state, as well as one race in New Zealand.
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Streaming Supercars Live in Australia
Some of the most famous circuits on the Repco Supercars Championship calendar include the Winton and Albert Park in Victoria, Mount Panorama in New South Wales and the Surfers Paradise Street Circuit in Queensland.
Every minute from every practice, qualifying session and race can be streamed live on Pay TV with selected races available on free to air. Fox Sports is the home of V8 Supercars in Australia, broadcasting every round live or later on demand. Six races across the season also go out on the Seven Network. Find out how to get access right here.
How to Watch Repco Supercars Championship
There are several sports streaming options for watching Supercars in Australia on a wide range of devices. These include Kayo Sports, Foxtel, Telstra and 7Plus. Here we look at these option in a little more detail to help you find the most practical solution for watching the Supercars Championship 2021.
Stream Supercars Championship on Kayo
Every race and round of the 2021 Supercars season can be streamed Live and On Demand, direct from the track, with the Kayo Sports streaming service. You can watch Supercars races for free with a Kayo 14 day trial. After that, there are two main types of cancel anytime subscriptions. A Basic Plan costs $25 per month and allows you to watch Supercars on up to two devices at once in HD. A Premium Plan costs $35 per month, the only difference being you can view on up to three devices online or via the Kayo app.
Stream Supercars with Foxtel Now
If you like the idea of instant access to the entire Fox Sports service, including V8 Supercars, without cable or satellite installation, then Foxtel Now is the option for you. The Foxtel Now Sports Pack includes Fox Sports which gives you total Repco Supercars access in Australia. The Sports Pack is included in the Foxtel Now 10 day free trial offer. After your free trial is over the pack is available for $29 per month on top of an Essentials Base Pack ($24 per month).
V8 Supercars with Telstra Kayo Offer
Telstra customers can follow every race during the 2021 Supercars season on the cheap with Kayo from Telstra. This service offers all the same sports content available with a standard Kayo subscription. The key difference is you only pay $15 per month for a Basic Plan, and $25 per month for the Premium option. Both of these offers include logins for the Kayo app. Kayo from Telstra does not come with a free trial and is part of a 12-month subscription.
Supercars Series on Foxtel Now with Telstra
To subscribe for the Telstra Foxtel Now offer all you need is a Telstra account. You will get access to Supercars like a normal Foxtel Now customer, the only difference the first month is free and must you commit to a 12 month contract (new customer only). To get access to Supercars Live or On Demand, you will need to add the Sports Pack to your subscription for $29 per month. This will be on top of the Essentials Pack ($24 per month) making a total payment of $53 per month.
Supercars on Fox Sports
If you are a Foxtel cable or satellite customer and already have the Sports HD, there is a super-easy way to stream V8 Supercars Series races. All Foxtel customers get access to the Foxtel Go app meaning you can view all 12 rounds on the move. You can download Foxtel Go from Google Play or the Apple Store via the web. Simply use your Foxtel logins and catch every Supercars session wherever you may be in Australia.
Stream Repco Supercars on Seven
Selected races (six in total) across the Supercars season, including every qualifying and practice session, can be watched on free to air with Seven. To view Seven content simply use the 7Mate app. Seven also offer shortened race highlights of each days racing on Saturday and Sunday evening. These highlights are not available On Demand and can only be watched as they air.
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Supercar replays on demand
A full weekend of Supercars racing can be difficult to view live, so it’s handy to have a few streaming options when it comes to catching up on demand.
Every event from practice sessions and qualifying to super sprints and support races are there to watch at a more appropriate time with Foxtel Now, Kayo and Telstra. Apps like Kayo also allow you to see a particular race with the ‘No Spoilers’ feature, which ensures you don’t come across any results before you’ve watched all the best action.
Kayo also offers Kayo Minis highlights of each race so that you can take a quick glimpse of the key moments during of the action before the next one starts.
Free trials for Supercars streaming
A great way to get access to full Supercars content, including practice, qualifying and Supersprints – without paying a cent – is to sign up to a free trial. Australian fans can catch Supercars with a Kayo Free Trial or Foxtel Now trial from Friday through to Sunday on race weekends. That means that if the next race is coming up – like the Bathurst 1000 or Winton Supersprint – and you don’t have an existing subscription, you can simply check it all out for free with a trial.
Most free trials are available to new and returning customers. Even though there is no trial available with Telstra, they do offer alternative discounts and reduced costs per month for their Kayo and Foxtel Now services. Terms and conditions apply.
Here are the official dates you need to put in your diary if you don’t want to miss each game during the Premiership season.
|Sport||Event||Date / Time||Watch On||mm/dd/yy|
|Supercars||Perth SuperNight Day 2||11/09/2021 10:00||Kayo,Foxtel||09/11/2021 10:00|
|Supercars||Perth SuperNight Day 2||12/09/2021 10:00||Kayo,Foxtel||09/12/2021 10:00|
|Supercars||Bathurst 1000||10/10/2021 09:00||Kayo,Foxtel||10/10/2021 09:00|
|Supercars||Auckland SuperSprint Day 1||06/11/2021 11:00||Kayo,Foxtel||11/06/2021 11:00|
|Supercars||Auckland SuperSprint Day 2||07/11/2021 11:00||Kayo,Foxtel||11/07/2021 11:00|
Keep up to date with who is out in front during the 2021 Repco Supercars Championship. This standings table will be updated after each and every race across the season as the drivers battle it out to become champion.
|1||Shane van Gisbergen||Red Bull Ampol Racing||1926|
|2||Jamie Whincup||Red Bull Ampol Racing||1650|
|3||Cameron Waters||Monster Energy Racing||1514|
|4||Chaz Mostert||Mobil 1™ Appliances Online Racing||1506|
|5||Will Davison||Shell V-Power Racing||1505|
|6||Anton De Pasquale||Shell V-Power Racing||1246|
|7||Mark Winterbottom||IRWIN Racing||1138|
|8||Nick Percat||Brad Jones Racing||1128|
|9||James Courtney||Boost Mobile Racing||1074|
|10||William Brown||Erebus Boost Mobile Racing||1003|
|11||Brodie Kostecki||Erebus Boost Mobile Racing||997|
|12||Andre Heimgartner||NED Racing||962|
|13||Scott Pye||DEWALT Racing||934|
|14||Todd Hazelwood||Brad Jones Racing||926|
|15||David Reynolds||Penrite Racing||914|
|16||Bryce Fullwood||Mobil 1™ Middy’s Racing||909|
|17||Tim Slade||Blanchard Racing Team||906|
|18||Jack Le Brocq||Truck Assist Racing||894|
|19||Jake Kostecki||Matt Stone Racing||720|
|20||Zane Goddard||Matt Stone Racing||720|
|21||Jack Smith||SCT Logistics||586|
|22||Gary Jacobson||Team Sydney||552|
|23||Fabian Coulthard||Local Legends Racing||516|
|24||Macauley Jones||Brad Jones Racing||498|
|25||Thomas Randle||Castrol Racing||260|
|26||Kurt Kostecki||Walkinshaw Andretti United||222|
Drivers to look out for in 2021
Shane Van Gisbergen
Just as one dominant Kiwi leaves the sport in the shape of Scott McLaughlin, another one steps in. Shane Van Gisbergen is the firm favourite to become the next Champion and is leading the way in his Holden Commodore, Red Bull Racing car.
Mr Whincup is a true veteran of the V8 Supercars Series with bags of experience, consistently qualifying and at the front and pushing for podiums. He is Van Gisbergen’s teammate this season and looks like the only driver in with a shout of taking the next chequered flag. He is also a real fans favourite.
Mobile 1 Racing’s Chaz Mostert is the next big talent coming out of Oz. He is set for a strong series this year and drives the same Holden Commadore as Whincup and Van Gisbergen. He is a name to look out for going forward in the sport and has the fans turning up in their thousands to cheer him on.
Biggest Supercars races
Here are some of the biggest races to look out for during the Supercars schedule. The Sport goes to all four corners of Australia and across the Trans-Tasman Sea in New Zealand.
The Bathurst 1000 is easily the biggest domestic motorsports races on the Aussie calendar. It takes place at the end of the season at the Mount Panorama circuit. Each driver in the championship is paired with a co-driver to complete the longer format race that can take over six hours to complete.
Winton is yet another must for Aussie motorsports fans. The race was first held at the Victoria circuit in 1985, and has been a real highlight of the calendar since. It’s one of those events that just throws up great wheel-to-wheel racing on track that pleases fans and drivers in equal measure.
Best NBN plans for streaming F1
Telstra’s latest NBN plans are a great way to stream V8 Supercars on Fox Sports without worrying about how much data you use. A 500GB Data ($75/mth) plan will give you speeds of up to 25Mbps, whilst the more complete Premium Internet + Unlimited Data (from $90/mth) plan provides speeds up to 100Mbps.
New and switching customers signing up for Telstra Broadband service today can also make big savings when signing up online, as the standard $99 connection fee is waived. Once you’ve signed up you can tailor your plan by choosing the option that works for the picture quality you desire.
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