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TCR roars back at Phillip Island this weekend on Seven

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SUPER SATURDAY AND SUNDAY OF LIVE AND FREE MOTORSPORT

Abbey Gelmi (image – Seven)

The iconic Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit will roar back to life on Saturday as round two of
the TCR Australia Series headlines a bumper weekend of live and free motorsport on the
Seven Network.

Series leader Jordan Cox, Lee Holdsworth and 2014 Bathurst 1000 winner Chaz Mostert will
lead the charge as TCR Australia’s best drivers do battle in three races at Phillip Island, with
Seven’s coverage on Saturday and Sunday beginning at 10.00am AEDT on 7plus and
11.00am AEDT on 7mate and 7two.

On Saturday, 7plus’ live stream will run for an additional hour, from 3.00pm AEDT.

The weekend’s other highlights include three races of the S5000 Australian Drivers’
Championship, along with the inaugural GT World Challenge Australia Championship’s
opening round, when seven-time Supercars Champion Jamie Whincup, reigning Bathurst
1000 champion Garth Tander and Chaz Mostert will be among the starters.

Seven’s coverage from Phillip Island will be hosted by Mark Beretta and Abbey Gelmi, who
will be joined by Australian Rally Champion Molly Taylor, Jack Perkins (son of motorsport
legend Larry Perkins), Greg Rust and Chris Stubbs, while Supercars driver Dave Reynolds
will make his commentary debut.

Fans can also look forward to the upcoming TCR events in 2021 on Seven and 7plus:
• Mount Panorama, Bathurst, 3-4 April
• Sydney Motorsport Park, 1-2 May
• Morgan Park Raceway, 26-27 June
• Sandown Raceway, 18-19 September
• Bathurst International, 27-28 November

TRC Australia Series – Round 2, Phillip Island – Saturday and Sunday – 10.00am AEDT on 7plus, 11.00am AEDT on 7mate and 7two

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