TV guide: How to watch the Darwin Triple Crown

12 Jun
How you can watch and listen to this weekend's fifth round of 2024, the betr Darwin Triple Crown
2 mins by Supercars.com
  • Darwin action live on Seven, Foxtel, Kayo and Sky NZ

  • Foxtel, Kayo and Sky NZ to broadcast all three days live

  • Seven takes live free-to-air coverage on Saturday and Sunday

Supercars returns to TV screens and radio waves this weekend, with Hidden Valley Raceway hosting the betr Darwin Triple Crown.

Darwin has hosted Supercars since 1998, and this weekend's round will prove a pivotal juncture in the 2024 championship story.

Also, for the first time, drivers must be top of the time sheets on all three days to win the Darwin Triple Crown.

Supercars action commences on Friday with practice and Boost Mobile Qualifying, before drivers complete two 48-lap races across Saturday and Sunday.

How to watch

International race fans can stream every session of the betr Darwin Triple Crown on SuperView. For existing SuperView subscribers, please visit this page to follow instructions on how to regain access to your account.

Viewers can stream every practice, qualifying session and race of the 2024 Repco Supercars Championship with no ad-breaks in racing on Kayo Sports. Every session of the Repco Supercars Championship is broadcast live in high definition on Foxtel.

The Seven Network and 7plus will show live coverage of the Saturday and Sunday of the event. Check local guides.

New Zealand viewers can watch on Sky Sport live in HD.

SEN (Sports Entertainment Network) will also broadcast the Sunday action live.

How to follow online

Stay up to date with exclusive breaking news live from around the track through live feed and action packed news.

Fans won't miss a beat from Darwin, with regular news, updates and results being posted to Supercars.com and our official Facebook, Instagram, X (formerly Twitter), and TikTok channels.

The Supercars app will offer live timing and live feed updates from every session, giving fans the opportunity to follow the action from Darwin closer than ever before.

2024 betr Darwin Triple Crown: Broadcasting and session times

Check local guides

Friday June 14


Foxtel/Kayo live from 10:30am AEST

Sky NZ live from 11:50am NZST

Practice 1 starts at 12:05pm AEST

Qualifying Race 11 starts at 3:05pm AEST

Saturday June 15

Foxtel/Kayo live from 9:00am AEST

Sky NZ live from 8:45am NZST

Seven/7plus from 12:00pm AEST

Practice 2 starts at 10:05am AEST

Top Ten Shootout starts at 12:05pm AEST

Race 11 starts at 3:40pm AEST

Sunday June 16

Foxtel/Kayo live from 8:30am AEST

Sky NZ live from 9:15am NZST

Seven/7plus from 12:00pm AEST

SEN LIVE from 12:00pm AEST (SEN 1170am Sydney, 1620am Gold Coast, SEN app)

Qualifying Race 12 starts at 10:55am AEST

Top Ten Shootout starts at 12:05pm AEST

Race 12 starts at 3:40pm AEST

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