In a Supercars Eseries first, drivers will compete in next-generation NASCAR hardware for Round 3 of the Cash Converters Supercars Eseries.
The All Stars drivers will shift from their regular Ford Mustangs and Holden Commodore ZBs to Next Gen NASCAR-spec Mustangs and Chevrolet Camaros.
It marks an exciting digital crossover between the two categories, with NASCAR to debut Next Gen cars in 2022.
The Repco Supercars Championship is working on a new iteration car of its own, with the Gen3 project progressing.
The All Stars series within this year's Eseries is running at oval circuits, with Charlotte and Pocono opening the 2021 season.
Richie Stanaway won both races, narrowly defeating Brodie Kostecki on Wednesday at Pocono.
Next-gen NASCAR Ford Mustang set to tackle Daytona
This year’s Eseries features a hybrid format of competition for the first time, with two championships featuring within the series.
The All Stars consists of main game Supercars and Dunlop Super2 drivers, while the Pro Series featuring elite gamers representing Supercars teams.
Next Wednesday will see the All Stars grid take to Daytona in Next Gen NASCAR hardware.
Team Sydney's next-gen NASCAR Chevrolet Camaro
The Pro Series will continue to race 2021-spec Supercars next Wednesday, with its third round to take place on the iconic Road America layout.
Walkinshaw Andretti United ace Dayne Warren won the opening two rounds at the Red Bull Ring and Long Beach.
The Eseries will be broadcast live on Fox Sports 506, Kayo, 7Plus, as well as streamed on Supercars’ Twitch, Facebook and YouTube channels.