The 2021 Repco Supercars Championship will resume under lights in October for the first of four back-to-back weekends of racing.
Sydney Motorsport Park is set to host more night races during one Supercars championship season than ever before, beginning with the Bunnings Trade Sydney SuperNight on October 29-31. Click here to purchase your tickets.
In a historic first for the second Sydney SuperNight, the Eastern Creek venue will hold dual night races in the same event across November 6-7.
The Supercars field returns for its third consecutive weekend of racing at the Sydney SuperSprint across November 13-14.
The family-friendly Sydney SuperSprint will be host to a variety of fun off-track activities, as well as thrilling racing, to keep everyone entertained.
Four weekends of Supercars action will conclude with the Beaurepaires Sydney SuperNight, seeing the return of the dual 250km race format across November 19-21.
The first 250km-long race will also be held under lights.
To celebrate the quadruple-header at Sydney Motorsport Park, fans can purchase the Sydney Cup Superpass to experience all four rounds of racing action for a special price. Click here to purchase your Superpass.
Kids 15 years and under receive free Trackside admission with a paying adult for all events.
Families can purchase a special two-day Family Pass for the Sydney SuperSprint, valid across November 13-14.
Supporting Supercars in 2021 will be the emerging stars in the Dunlop Super2 Series and Super3 Series, the Haltech V8 SuperUtes, TOYOTA GAZOO Racing Australia 86 Series, NSW Sports Sedans, NSW Formula Ford and NSW Production Touring Cars categories.
A Trackside ticket gives fans the freedom to wander around and find their favourite spot on the track and catch all the action under lights.
For fans who want to enjoy Supercars from the comfort of a grandstand seat, Unreserved Grandstand tickets are now available.
Anyone who originally purchased tickets for the Beaurepaires Sydney SuperNight on November 19-21, can upgrade their ticket to a Superpass.
The Beaurepaires Sydney Cup events will be broadcast live on Foxtel and will be streamed on Kayo.
The Seven Network will provide a combination of free-to-air coverage and highlights across the four events.