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How to watch the Sydney SuperNight

Sydney Motorsport Park welcomes back the Repco Supercars Championship as night racing makes a return to the circuit for the first time since the opening round last year to the venue.

The venue for the return of night racing as a regular fixture of the Repco Supercars Championship five years ago, the New South Wales Government’s lighting upgrades to Sydney Motorsport Park will be utilised.

Coverage of the event will be covered live and ad-free through Fox Sports as well as sister streaming service Kayo, while the Seven Network will provide a delayed highlights package.

International viewers will be able to watch all the action through the SuperView streaming platform.

Saturday’s broadcast begins at 11:30am AEST and will cover 10 hours of action concluding at 9:30pm AEST. An 8:30am AEST start follows on Sunday with the coverage finishing at 5:55pm after the post-race press conference.

Jess Yates will lead the coverage to be joined by co-hosts Neil Crompton and Mark Skaife, who provide lead commentary for the two races this weekend.

Supporting Crompton and Skaife by reporting across pit lane will be Garth Tander and Chad Neylon, while Mark Larkham will provide technical analysis.

Tander and Neylon will be joined by Matt Naulty in calling the support classes across the weekend in the commentary box.

Viewers in New Zealand can watch the Sydney SuperNight action on SKY SPORT live in HD.

The Aaron Noonan anchored SEN radio live broadcast of the event will take in Sunday’s race starting at 12:00pm AEST on Sydney 1170am and Gold Coast 1620am.

Saturday’s schedule is packed for the Repco Supercars Championship as it features two practice sessions, qualifying and a 200km race at night.

Just qualifying and a 150km event concludes the action on Sunday.