SuperArchive

We’ve opened up Supercars’ extensive TV archive to give you the opportunity to enjoy some of our greatest races all over again.

From the championship’s early ventures in 1997 to modern classics, SuperArchive is the place to rewatch your favourite Supercars races.

Relive classic races, introducing SuperArchive

Enjoy selected races from the Supercars archive

Subscribe for 12 months' access

New classic races added each Thursday

AU$59.95

How does it work?

Every Thursday Supercars will add two classic races from the vault, which will be available to watch through SuperArchive for a limited time.

From Peter Brock's 1997 farewell to Scott McLaughlin's 'gave it some jandal' moment in 2014, we're starting with 10 classics and will add two per week from the 4th of October 2018.

How can I watch?

Once you're subscribed you can enjoy races through Supercars.com on desktop, tablet and mobile web. SuperArchive uses the same HTML5 video technology used for videos on Supercars.com.

How much is a subscription?

A subscription to SuperArchive costs AU$59.95 and lasts for 12 months from the date of purchase.

What videos are available right now?

This week, enjoy these classics from the archive.

Supercars back at Symmons

SYMMONS PLAINS 2004, RACE 1: Teams and drivers return to Tasmania after five years away.

Ambrose-a-mania

SYMMONS PLAINS 2004, RACE 2: Can local hope Marcos Ambrose give Tassie fans extra cheer?

Brave new world

BAHRAIN 2006, RACE 1: A new international venue hosts a thriller first up.

A not-so local Dhabi

ABU DHABI 2006, RACE 1: Supercars visits Yas Marina for the first time, and under lights, as a new era starts.

Kelly wins, in China

SHANGHAI 2005, RACE 1: Holden dominates Supercars' first-ever race out of Australia and New Zealand.

Texas hold 'em

AUSTIN 2013, RACE 1: Supercars heads far and wide, to the Circuit of the Americas in Texas.

Supercars turns 600

ORAN PARK 2006, RACE 1: The lion roars in the 600th ATCC/Supercars race at a dearly-missed Sydney circuit.

Supercars turns 800

HOMEBUSH 2012, RACE 2: Drivers farewell the old-generation platform, led by a factory Ford.

Young Lion thrives in reverse grid

CANBERRA 2000, RACE 2: Todd Kelly takes his maiden Supercars victory in Canberra.

Holden's Capital sweep

CANBERRA 2000, RACE 3: HRT takes a 1-2 in the final, while Steven Richards wins the inaugural round.

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