Tickets will include single-day options and family packages from $99; details can be found on the Supercars and Ticketek websites.
All tickets will need to be pre-purchased as no tickets will be available upon entry.
In accordance with health guidelines, there will be no access to other areas of the circuit including the pit building or corporate facilities.
Patrons who purchase tickets are encouraged to monitor their own health and if they are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19, will not be able to attend the event.
The Truck Assist Sydney SuperSprint is the first event since the COVID shutdown that fans will be able to attend and will feature 17 sessions on track over a mix of daylight and night-time racing.
Gates will open early on Saturday ahead of the first session of the event, a combined Dunlop Super2 and Super3 practice run at 10:15am Saturday.
There will be practice, qualifying and a Top 15 Shootout for Supercars before the first races of the meet, the support categories twilight race at 5:05pm and the main event, Supercars first night race of 2020, under lights from 6:25pm.
On Sunday fans will be treated to two high-pressure qualifying sessions and two Supercars races, support category will also run one qualifying session and one sprint race.