New spilling offering Kayo Sports joins a developing rundown of approaches to watch the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship when the new season commences in Adelaide this week.
The crusade begins with the 2019 Adelaide 500, which includes another Thursday practice session as a feature of a move towards sundown running.
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Fox Sports, Kayo Sports and Network Ten will bring you broad inclusion consistently.
It begins with Supercars Trackside on Fox Sports 506 at 6:30pm AEDT on Wednesday, Craig Lowndes’ introduction on the work area close by Jess Yates and Mark Skaife.
Thursday’s communicated keeps running from 1:15pm to 6:45pm, including Practice 1 from 6pm, and Friday’s from 11am to 7:45pm.
On Saturday, the Fox Sports broadcast begins at 10:25am and goes through to 7:45pm after the opening race of the new season.
It commences again at 10:00am on Sunday, with Race 2 pursued by Supercars Trackside wrapping up the end of the week until 7pm.
A unique narrative plotting the improvement of the Ford Mustang Supercar will, then, go to air over the coming days.
Fans inside Australia can begin a free, 14-day preliminary of the new Kayo Sports spilling administration to appreciate all the end of the week’s activity.
The Kayo offering incorporates live inclusion of each work on, qualifying session and race, just as a RaceView include.
RaceView will comprise of three camera modes; Co-Pilot View, an in-vehicle driver camera, Heli View, a helicopter camera, and Race Center, demonstrating the leaderboard and driver details.
Amid qualifying and races, web, tablet and chose TV clients will most likely access the fundamental race feed and every one of the three RaceView camera modes without a moment’s delay.
Kayo’s dispatch likewise incorporates an opportunity to win a Holden Acadia, above, through a last-individual standing challenge, for which 25 finalists have just been chosen.
Broad Ten inclusion
System Ten will likewise get you profundity inclusion more than three days from the Adelaide road circuit.
From 2:30pm on Friday evening, 10Bold has five hours of running including Practice 3 and ARMOR ALL Qualifying for Race 1, preceding the activity changes to 10.
Broadcasts keep running from 1:00pm to 7:30pm and after that 11:30am to 6:00pm on Saturday and Sunday separately.
Sky Sports in New Zealand will have broad live inclusion on every one of the four days, from 3:15pm NZDT on Thursday.
Somewhere else on the planet, the SuperView live gushing stage is your ticket to pursue the majority of the 2019 activity.
Wherever you are, Supercars.com will keep you up to speed, including live planning and as-it-happens refreshes.