Broadcasters ready for 'huge' 2022 season

01 Mar 2022
Supercars returns to the screens of Foxtel and the Seven Network

Foxtel and the Seven Network are readying to broadcast what promises to be a "huge" 2022 Repco Supercars Championship.

Supercars will return to screens this weekend at the Beaurepaires Sydney SuperNight.

The event will be headlined by dual 300km races, the first of which will be held under lights on Saturday.

The 2022 season will be the second with Foxtel and Seven as broadcasters.

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Foxtel's eighth season will commence on Tuesday with the brand new one-off special, Supercars Preview – NEW in 2022.

The new show will premiere on Tuesday night at 7:00pm AEDT on Fox Sports 506.

Every session will be shown on Foxtel live and ad-break free in 2022. Kayo will stream all the action.

Jess Yates will again host the action on Fox Sports alongside expert commentators Mark Skaife and Neil Crompton.

Shane van Gisbergen, Anton De Pasquale, Will Brown and Bathurst winners Chaz Mostert and Lee Holdsworth will all feature in Tuesday’s show.

"It’s great to be back for another huge season of Supercars in 2022 kicking off at Sydney Motorsport Park," Yates said.

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"I’m excited to be a part of this brand new show alongside Mark Skaife and Neil Crompton to discuss and analyse all of the action to come this season, with the drivers providing their views and unequivocal insight from behind the wheel."


The Seven Network's second season will feature live and free coverage on Seven, 7mate and 7plus.

The free-to-air broadcaster will provide five hours of live coverage on Saturday and Sunday of the Sydney event.

PiP (picture-in-picture) will return in 2022 as part of Seven's coverage.

Veteran sports broadcaster Mark Beretta and Bathurst podium finisher Jack Perkins will headline Seven's broadcast.

Every race will be available live, free and in HD on 7plus.

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"It's great to have Supercars back on Seven this weekend to mark the beginning of a highly anticipated 2022 season," Seven Melbourne Managing Director and Head of Network Sport Lewis Martin said.

"We are thrilled to once again broadcast the intensity, chaos and sheer passion shown on the Supercars circuit, straight into the homes of Australians.

"With world-class coverage led by Mark Beretta and Jack Perkins, the 2022 Supercars season will be unmissable.

"This weekend, motorsport fans can once again immerse themselves in the race without missing a second of the action, thanks to the use of PiP technology."

Practice 1 in Sydney will commence on Friday at 3:15pm AEDT. CLICK HERE to view the race schedule.

CLICK HERE to purchase your Beaurepaires Sydney SuperNight tickets.

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