Last week saw the full revised 2020 Virgin Australia Supercars Championship calendar unveiled here, a special BP Supercars Eseries Celebrity Race and Round 7 of the BP Supercars Eseries take place where drivers took on the iconic Daytona Speedway and Talladega SuperSpeedway.
Sydney will now host the first event back from the COVID-19 break next month on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 June. Until then, the action still unfolds as the full cast of Supercars stars continue to race for three more rounds in the BP Supercars All Stars Eseries. The BP Supercars All Stars Eseries, featuring Championship drivers, is a great opportunity for fans to still connect with drivers and teams, whilst still following the social distancing measures that have been put in place to keep us all safe.
Gravity Media provides unique methods to integrate up to 30 drivers from all over the world, commentators in Melbourne and Supercars judiciary in Gold Coast, as well as the control room and studio elements at The Production Centre in Sydney for the action to be streamed live across multiple platforms.
F1 star Lando Norris returned in Round 7 for his third crack at the BP Supercars All Stars Eseries on the back of his maiden win in Round 6 and Jamie Whincup has now flagged the possibility that he may need to hand over the keys to his virtual #88 Red Bull Holden for the coming rounds. You can find out more and watch the highlights from Round 7 in the Supercars article here.
Make sure you tune in on Wednesday evening for Round 8 where drivers will take on the Imola and Interlagos circuits. You can watch the event live from 7pm – 9pm AEST on:
- Fox Sports 506
- 10 Play
- Sky Sports (New Zealand)
Each live event can also be viewed online via:
- Supercars Facebook Page
- Supercars’ Teams Facebook Pages
*Kayo and 10 Play will also have the full races available on demand via their streaming services after each event.