Ten more celebrities confirmed for Supercars Eseries Race
Supercars All Stars Eseries
Australian sports royalty will line up on the grid for next Monday night’s Supercars Celebrity Eseries race with ten more starters confirmed this evening.
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Five-time Moto GP legend Mick Doohan will be following in the footsteps of his son Jack who was a wildcard in the BP Supercars All Stars Eseries last week.
Dakar Rally winner Toby Price, MotoX and SuperX Champion Dan Reardon, freestyle MotoX rider Blake Williams and Australian Rallycar champion Scott Pedder will also compete.
Part-owners in Supercars teams, Ryan Story of DJR Team Penske and Zak Brown of Walkinshaw Andretti United (and F1 team McLaren) will join the grid to fly the flag for the Supercars paddock.
Non-motoring athletes including Hawthorn AFL speedster Jarmen Impey, Brisbane Roar A-League gamer Daniel Bowles have also been confirmed.
There will be a cross-Tasman rivalry with All Black Angus Ta’avao also taking to the grid, hoping to emulate the success of his fellow kiwis Scott McLaughlin and Shane van Gisbergen who have claimed the most race wins in the BP All Stars Eseries.
More names are expected to be announced over coming days in the lead up to Monday night’s Celebrity race, which will take place on the virtual Mount Panorama track at Bathurst, Australia’s most iconic circuit.
Celebrities already announced are Australian cricketers Brad Hodge and Peter Siddle, surfing champion Luke Egan, AFL superstar Jack Riewoldt, Fox Sports personality and NRL legend Nathan Hindmarsh, Supercars team owners and principals; Brad Jones and Barry Ryan and Supercars commentator Neil Crompton.
The race will be broadcast live on Fox Sports 506 following Sidetracked next Monday from 7pm AEST. It will also be broadcast live on Sky Sports (NZ), Supercars Facebook page, Twitch and YouTube.
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