Virgin Australia Supercars Championship returns to 10

Get ready for top speeds in the Top End when the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship returns to 10 on Saturday, 8 August, live and free from Darwin. 

With live coverage from midday, don’t miss your front-row, social distance-approved seat to all the rubber-burning action. 

Rev-head reporters Scott Mackinnon and Kate Peck will be joined by two-time Bathurst 1000 winner Will Davison, to breakdown the race and provide expert opinion and insight while hosting the weekend’s coverage. 

Can Scott McLaughlin do enough in Darwin to retain his lead and work towards his third consecutive championship? 

With the next live race event in Townsville kicking off on Saturday, 29 August at midday and continuing Sunday, 30 August at 11.00am on 10, Darwin’s results will see which drivers are ready to charge full speed towards victory. 

Virgin Australia Supercars. Saturday, 8 August From 12.00pm. On 10 And WIN Network.

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