Supercars has revealed its broadcast team for the 2023 Repco Supercars Championship, featuring a list of diverse and talented commentators, pit reporters, and presenters.
The coverage promises to be world-class and award-winning, with a team of Hall of Famers, series champions, Bathurst legends, and race winners.
This weekend’s Thrifty Newcastle 500 will see the team return to broadcast the event.
Fans can catch every session live and ad-free on Fox Sports and Kayo, while the Seven Network will also be broadcasting the event live on Saturday and Sunday.
Leading the broadcast team is host Jess Yates, who will be joined by co-hosts and lead commentators Neil Crompton and Mark Skaife.
Crompton and Skaife will be calling all championship races in 2023, bringing their vast experience and knowledge of Supercars to viewers who will be tuned in all year to stay up to date with the first year of racing for the Chevrolet Camaro and Ford Mustang, a completely reset and re-energised Championship.
Recent Hall of Fame inductee Craig Lowndes will join reigning Bathurst 1000 winner Garth Tander and expert pit lane commentators Mark Larkham, Riana Crehan and Chad Neylon at all events broadcast on Foxtel.
Mark Beretta and two-time Bathurst podium-finisher Jack Perkins, who is racing full-time in the Dunlop Super2 Series, return to join the broadcast team for all events broadcast on the Seven Network.
Tander and Neylon will share their time between pit lane and the commentary box as they have done over the last two Championship seasons. Matt Naulty will continue to call various support categories for the team.
Supercars' digital offering, including the international online service SuperView, will also feature live streaming throughout the year.
Supercars Head of Broadcast David Tunnicliffe said, "Our commentary team is made up of the most experienced drivers and reporters in Australian motorsport, and their knowledge of Supercars and ability to broadcast in one of the toughest live sporting environments makes them world-class."
“The introduction of the Gen3 Camaro and Mustang means every moment on track will be crucial to every driver and teams’ success."
The first event of the 2023 Repco Supercars Championship, the Thrifty Newcastle 500, kicks off this weekend.
Fans can catch every practice, qualifying, and race session live and ad-free on Fox Sports and Kayo, and the event will be broadcast live on the Seven Network on Saturday and Sunday.