Drivers tee off three days out from Boost Mobile Gold Coast 500

24 Oct
Supercars drivers took an early chance to tee off at Gold Coast’s Topgolf on Tuesday
  • Supercars drivers took to the driving range at Topgolf for a friendly hit

  • This weekend’s event is the 31st to be held at the Surfers Paradise street circuit

  • Over 200,000 attended the 2022 Boost Mobile Gold Coast 500

With the Boost Mobile Gold Coast 500 just three days away, Repco Supercars Championship drivers took an early chance to tee off at Gold Coast’s Topgolf.

Championship leader Brodie Kostecki took on Dick Johnson Racing teammates Will Davison and Anton De Pasquale, as well as Tickford Racing duo James Courtney and Declan Fraser for some friendly swings on Tuesday morning, as preparations continue to ramp up ahead of Queensland’s largest annual sporting event.

Kostecki heads into the weekend with a 131-point lead over reigning Repco Bathurst 1000 winner Shane van Gisbergen, with a maximum 300 points up for grabs over this weekend’s two 250-kilometre races.


Davison and Courtney are both previous winners on the streets of the Gold Coast, with the former taking in his first home race as a father this weekend, following the birth of son Dash in July.


This weekend marks the 31st time the famous streets of Surfers Paradise will host motor racing, and the 27th time the Repco Supercars Championship has competed at the venue.

This weekend’s action will be complemented by a number of support categories including Porsche Carrera Cup, V8 SuperUtes, and Sports Sedans racing, as well as the return of the Boost Mobile Challenge and other thrilling stunts and demonstrations.

Drivers pick up drivers in pre-Gold Coast hit

Off the track, Club 500 will host a variety of entertainment options throughout the weekend, including concerts all three nights, with The Presets, Client Liaison, Illy, Havana Brown, and more set to hit the stage.

Live coverage of the Boost Mobile Gold Coast 500 can be found on Seven and Foxtel, with live streaming available via 7plus and Kayo.

Tickets to Queensland’s largest annual sporting event can be purchased via Supercars.com and Ticketek.

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