Virgin Australia Supercars Championship rescheduled

They’re switching lanes and switching dates! After a one week postponement, the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship will return to 10 on Saturday, 15 August, live and free from Darwin. 

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.

Two-time Darwin winner Michael Caruso will also join the team, offering his first-hand knowledge of the Hidden Valley track.

All eyes will be on Scott McLaughlin, who will be looking for a win in Darwin as he chases his third consecutive championship. 

With live coverage from midday on Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 August, you won’t want to miss your front row seat to all the engine roaring fun. 

Virgin Australia Supercars. Saturday, 15 August Live From 12.00pm. On 10 And WIN Network.


Similar Articles


We Want To Hear From You


Follow US



THE HEIGHTS wraps up this week with ABC yet to confirm if it will return

The ABC is yet to comment publicly on the future of the local drama which has aired for two seasons.

Powerhouse female trio spearhead new SBS drama comedy THE UNUSUAL SUSPECTS

Produced by Aquarius Films, the fun yet gripping four-part heist caper is a tale of female friendship and empowerment set in Sydney’s glamorous Eastern Suburbs.

Controversy vs innocence: Do TV presenters deserve the right to a fair trial? | TV Blackbox S04E30

The podcast team are back with a whole new bunch of opinions and thoughts on what's been happening in, on, and around your box this week!

Behind-the-scenes documentary THE TEST to screen this weekend on Seven

Fans will enjoy unprecedented inside access to the Australian men’s team as it fights for redemption in this feature length special presentation.

ABC sets Budget Night 2020 coverage

ABC’s political and economic experts bring you live coverage and unpack the issues.

Canadian supernatural series TRICKSTER arrives on NITV this October

Based on the best-selling novel Son of a Trickster by Eden Robinson, newcomer Joel Oulette plays Jared - an Indigenous teen struggling to keep his dysfunctional family above water.

Support TV Blackbox by using our partners