What to expect at the Beaurepaires Tasmania SuperSprint
Repco Supercars Championship
The Repco Supercars Championship returns to Symmons Plains Raceway for this weekend’s third round of the 2021 season – the Beaurepaires Tasmania SuperSprint.
The event marks the first Tasmanian visit since 2019, with Symmons Plains to host its 48th championship event.
With just five days until the cars hit the track for Practice 1 at Symmons Plains, Supercars.com has listed some answers to key questions ahead of the event.
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The Beaurepaires Tasmania SuperSprint will be a two-day event held across April 17-18.
The race weekend will feature three 44-lap races, one on Saturday and two on Sunday.
The Beaurepaires Tasmania SuperSprint will be staged in accordance with all applicable government regulations, including those responding to COVID-19, as well as a detailed COVIDSafe Event Plan prepared by Supercars and approved by government.
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In great news for all fans, and in compliance with Tasmanian government restrictions, up to 10,000 attendees each day of the event.
The event will be broadcast in full on Foxtel and will be streamed on Kayo, with the Seven Network airing highlights packages on both days. Check out the full TV schedule here.
The support line-up will be headlined by the Super Trucks and Battery World Aussie Racing Cars. The full weekend schedule can be viewed here.
Paddock access is available for Accredited staff, teams and contractors plus patrons who have purchased a paddock pass.
The corporate experience facilities are located within the Paddock and guests are instructed to enter via Gate 1.
When attending the event, please ensure you check in via the Check-In TAS app and use the QR code at the gate. All patrons must use the designated entry and exit points for their zone.
The venue will be divided into three zones: Paddock, General Viewing, and Park & View.
You will be required to scan the applicable QR code at the entrance to that zone. You will only be allowed access if you have the relevant event ticket.
There will be food and beverage outlets located around the venue, as indicated on the Track Map. Merchandise stalls will be located within the General Viewing zone.
Please be courteous when queuing for entry/exit, for food and beverages or for merchandise purchases and always keep 1.5 metres from other patrons.
Do not bring cash; this is a cashless event.
Interstate patrons must apply for a travel permit before entering Tasmania.
Please use the sanitiser stations available to you at key entry and exit points.
Patrons will be reminded during the day with signage, Big Screen messages and by roaming officials to comply with all COVID-19 precautions.
Otherwise, as with all events, patrons must not attend if feeling unwell or if they have been in contact with a confirmed or suspected COVID-19 case.
The Repco Supercars Championship field will return to Symmons Plains for the Beaurepaires Tasmania SuperSprint across April 17-18. Tickets are on sale now.
The event will be broadcast live on Foxtel and will be streamed on Kayo.