The wheels are in motion for a ferociously fast Mega Motorsport Weekend on Fox Sports when the best wheel-to-wheel racing is Live and ad-break.
Available to watch on FOXTEL and stream on Kayo, racing fans can feast on Supercars, F1, INDYCAR and MotoGP in an exciting lineup of two and four-wheel racing.
Weekend Coverage Highlights
- Over 50 hours of LIVE motorsport on Fox Sports
- Supercars: Every session of Tasmania SuperSprint Exclusively Live
- Scott McLaughlin’s first INDYCAR season Live
- Daniel Ricciardo chases his first McLaren podium at Imola
- F1 available in 4K on FOXTEL
- MotoGP Portugal: Every session Live
- Minis for F1, Supercars and MotoGP races available on Kayo and FOXTEL
- Kayo RaceView: Four additional F1 feeds available
The Supercars 2021 juggernaut that is Shane van Gisbergen will be aiming to keep his unbeaten run alive at the Tasmania SuperSprint on the short and sharp Symmons Plains circuit, where every session will be Exclusively Live across the weekend.
On the other side of the planet at his old sparring partner and reigning Supercars champion, Scott McLaughlin, will begin his American INDYCAR adventure with Fox Sports following along on his journey with Live coverage of the NTT INDYCAR Series in 2021.
Fox Sports will build up to McLaughlin’s first INDYCAR qualifying session on Sunday morning when Jess Yates sits down for a candid chat with the three-time supercars champion at 6.00pm straight after Saturday’s Live Supercars coverage.
F1 ventures to the legendary Imola circuit where Ayrton Senna was tragically killed and Sir Lewis Hamilton will have his mirrors full from the charging Red Bull of Max Verstappen in what is shaping to be the closest F1 season in recent memory.
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Daniel Ricciardo will be aiming to replicate his 2020 podium finish at the same circuit in his new guise at McLaren. Can he fend off teammate Lando Norris and a fired-up Ferrari outfit piloted by Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz Jnr?
MotoGP will chip in from Portugal with the most unpredictable and exciting racing there is. Marc Marquez will return from injury and Yamaha pilots Maverick Vinales and Fabio Quartararo drew first blood in the season-opening Qatar races, however Ducati are seeing red and will be keen to bite back via Australia’s Jack Miller.