Qualifying, an ARMOR ALL Top 10 Shootout and the traditional 250km race – Sunday is jam-packed full of action at the Clipsal 500 Adelaide.
The support categories kick start the morning, with Formula 3 taking to the track at 9.05am.
After last night’s later finish, the V8 Supercars won’t appear on the Parklands circuit until 12pm local time where it is straight in to qualifying, with a 20-minute session determining the bottom 15 positions and who will compete in the one-lap dash around the 3.22km circuit.
The 30-minute Top 10 Shootout follows shortly after at 12.35pm – will Red Bull Racing Australia continue to dominate the front row, or can Scott McLaughiln and his Volvo go one better?
The drivers’ parade at 1.35pm is the last chance to see your favourites before they get suited up for the final battle, 250km of chaos around the Clipsal 500 circuit.
The race begins at 3.15pm local time and the event winner will be determined from the result.
Who will take home the trophy, and who will get the early lead of the Championship? Clipsal 500 race winners tend to perform well in the Championship standings that year.
Remember to snap plenty of photos on the last race day and share with #MyV8 – the best images will be picked up by V8 Supercars and run in exclusive fan galleries.
There’s something to entertain everyone at the Clipsal 500 Adelaide, with a number of displays and hang outs around the street circuit.
The Family Fun Zone is perfect for the kids, and you can also head to the GoPro TrAction Zone, where there’s everything from beachwear parades, the Showtime FMX Freestyle Moto and Porsche Kids Driving School, decked out like a mini community so children can learn the road rules while having fun.