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How to watch the OTR SuperSprint

This weekend marks the final sprint round before the endurance events for the Repco Supercars Championship at the OTR SuperSprint hosted at The Bend Motorsport Park.

Fox Sports and Kayo will provide uninterrupted coverage across the weekend encompassing the Repco Supercars Championship in addition to the support categories.

Saturday’s broadcast begins at 8:00am AEST and will run to 6:30pm AEST as Repco Supercars Championship action includes two practice sessions, qualifying and Race 20.

On Sunday, the coverage includes qualifying and both races to complete the weekend in South Australia.

Seven’s Free to Air highlights will be broadcast at 1:25am AEST on Sunday August 20 and 12:00am AEST Monday August 21.

International race fans can stream every session of the OTR SuperSprint on SuperView.

New Zealand fans can watch the action on SKY SPORT live in HD.

Jess Yates will lead the broadcast to be joined by expert commentators Neil Crompton and Mark Skaife, who will co-host alongside.

Craig Lowndes, Garth Tander, Mark Larkham and Chad Neylon will roam pit lane to provide viewers with the latest news.

Tander and Neylon will also provide commentary for the support categories alongside Matt Naulty.

Aaron Noonan will lead the call of Sunday’s action on SEN from 12:00pm to 5:00pm AEST on 1170am Sydney, 1620am Gold Coast, 693am SENQ and SENZ.

Also, leading up to the Repco Supercars Championship’s return to the South Australian venue it was announced VIVA Energy has signed a 10-year naming rights deal for the circuit, which will now be called Shell V-Power Motorsport Park.

On-track action starts tomorrow with support classes ahead of Repco Supercars Championship action beginning at 10:20am AEST on Saturday.