Fans attending next month's Tyrepower Tasmania SuperSprint will be able to purchase tickets from as little as $10.
Clipsal 500 Adelaide winner Nick Percat today visited Symmons Plains along with Liberal MP, Sarah Courtney and Charman of Motorsport Tasmania, Peter Killick ahead of Tasmania's biggest sporting event on April 1-3.
Percat praised the recent upgrade of the circuit by the Tasmanian Government. "Symmons Plains has never looked better," he said.
“It looks like the changes that have been made will make the racing even closer than it normally is. With the additional run-off areas, we’ll be able to push that little bit harder without the fear of a concrete wall ending our weekend."
"I can't wait to get here to race and I'm sure all the other drivers feel the same and we look forward to putting on a great show for Tasmanian fans."
Tasmanian fans could also witness history, as Holden looks to take their 500th Australian Touring Car Championship/V8 Supercars race win.
Six-time Champion Jamie Whincup also goes to Tasmania looking for his 100th race win. He is currently on 98 wins and is looking to follow in the footsteps of Craig Lowndes who brought up his 100th win last year.
V8 Supercars have made the event more affordable than ever before, with reduced Trackside Tickets, Free Parking and the launch of the ‘Park and View Ticket Package’.
For the first time, fans will be able to enjoy the all new ‘Park and View Ticket Package’ which offers Trackside and Paddock access for 2 adults and 2 children, and premium viewing from the comfort of their own car for one simple price.
Children 12 and under will receive free admission when accompanied by an adult with a Trackside ticket.
The Tyrepower Tasmania SuperSprint is supported by the Tasmanian Government through Events Tasmania.