Broadcast times: How to watch the OTR SuperSprint

14 Aug
How you can watch this weekend's Bend event

Repco Supercars Championship action returns to South Australia at the OTR SuperSprint on August 18-20.

International race fans can stream every session of the OTR SuperSprint on SuperView.

Viewers can catch every practice, qualifying, and race session live and ad-free on Fox Sports and Kayo. Delayed highlights will be shown on the Seven Network.

Seven’s highlights packages will kick off at 1:25am AEST on Sunday August 20, and 12:00am AEST on Monday August 21.

Saturday and Sunday action of the event will be broadcast live on Foxtel (Fox Sports 506) and streamed on Kayo.

Saturday’s broadcast will commence at 8:00am AEST and will run to 6:30pm AEST.

Sunday's broadcast will commence at 8:30am AEST, and end at 6:30pm AEST.

Jess Yates will lead the broadcast, and will be joined by regular co-hosts and lead commentators Neil Crompton and Mark Skaife.

Crompton and Skaife will be calling all championship races in 2023. Craig Lowndes, Garth Tander, Mark Larkham and Chad Neylon will feature in pit lane.


Tander and Neylon will share their time between pit lane and the commentary box, with Matt Naulty calling various support categories.

New Zealand viewers can watch on SKY SPORT live in HD. International race fans outside Australia and New Zealand can follow the action with SuperView.

SEN (Sports Entertainment Network) will also broadcast action live on Sunday from 12:00 to 5:00pm AEST.

Aaron Noonan is lead caller for the new-for-2023 radio coverage.

The following SEN stations will also take the coverage:

  • SEN 1170am Sydney

  • 1620am Gold Coast

  • 693am SENQ

  • SENZ

Supercars will hit the track at the OTR SuperSprint on Saturday August 19 for two practice sessions, ARMOR ALL Qualifying and Race 20.

Sunday will feature two ARMOR ALL Qualifying sessions, and Races 21 and 22. Tickets for the event are on sale now.

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