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Everything You Need to Know About the 2023 Supercars Melbourne SuperSprint – Start Time, How to Watch, Channel & More

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The brand new Gen3 cars, which had their first test run three weeks ago in Newcastle, will have its short-distance debut at the Melbourne SuperSprint.

This event at Albert Park is going to be really different from what happened in Newcastle’s tight roads because it has faster and wider trails that will show who has the best car features and engine power.

Ford had some worries about the Mustang and Camaro both having the same performance before the start of the season. When they raced in Newcastle their performance was good, however race day in Albert Park should give a better idea if they’re still even.

It will be interesting to see how these cars act with less air resistance on this type of track.

This race will be a bit different since there won’t be any refuelling for the cars. This means that there will be extra pressure to solve problems with their wheel nuts from testing, but in race conditions!

The whole round will happen over four days (Thursday-Sunday) and each day will have its own sprint races. For the only time this season, two types of tyres – super soft and hard compound Dunlops – must be used by all drivers in every race.

Picking each car’s spot in the starting grid will be divided between two different types of tires. Cars racing in Races 1 and 2 must use certain tires, while cars running in Races 3 and 4 will have to use a different set of tires.

“Time to Zoom Around

This Thursday, Supercars will get together at the Albert Park circuit for two practice sessions. The first session starts at 11:25am and the second session will begin at 1:15pm. Then, a 15 minute qualifying session is held to determine the starting grids for Races 1 and 2 – this runs from 2:45pm until 3:10pm. Finally, Race 1 of Supercars will begin at 5:45pm and will last for 19 laps.

This Friday, a race will begin at 2:55 pm. On Saturday, there’ll be two more races, beginning at 9:05am and 9:30pm. Then the third race for that day starts at 5:30pm. But on Sunday, we turn our clocks back an hour so Victoria is now using Australia’s Eastern Standard Time (AEST). The final race of the weekend begins at 10:25am that day in AEST.

Rev Up Your Engines

– 11:25 – 11:55 Supercars – This is the time to practice.

– 13:15 – 13:45 Supercars – This is the second time to practice.

– 14:45 – 15:00 Supercars – Now it’s time to qualify yourself for Race 1.

– 15:10 – 15:25 Supercars – Qualify yourself again, this time for Race 2.

– 17:45 – 18:28 Supercars – And finally here comes the actual Race 1!

Don’t Miss The Thrilling Action

– 14:55-15:28 – It’s time to watch Race 2 of the Supercars!

Get Ready, Set, Race!

– 9:05 – 9:20 – This is when the cars are in Qualifying for Race 3.

– 9:30 – 9:45 – This is when they’re in Qualifying for Race 4.

– 17:30 – 17:58 – During this time, it’s when the cars get to race! This is Race 3.

“Catch the High-Speed Action

For the next half hour, starting at 10:25, you can watch a race involving cool cars!

Watch the Melbourne SuperSprint Race LIVE on Fox Sports and Network 10!

The Melbourne SuperSprint race will be shown on two TV channels: Fox Sports 506 and Network 10. On Thursday, the action will only be broadcasted on Fox Sports with the show beginning at 11am AEDT (Australian Eastern Daylight Time).

On Friday, we can watch Race 2 on both Fox Sports and Network 10. On Saturday, we can watch both qualifying sessions and Race 3 on Fox Sports from 8:50am AEDT, but only Race 3 can be seen on Network 10 at 10am AEDT. Lastly, we can catch the final race of the weekend on Sunday with both networks.

Watch the Melbourne SuperSprint Live

The Melbourne SuperSprint can be watched live on different services such as Foxtel Go, Kayo and 10Play. If you are outside of Australia or New Zealand, you can use the service called SuperView to watch.

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