THE 2022 edition of the Repco Supercars Championship is about to get underway – here’s how you can watch all the action.
This year marks the second year of the current television broadcast rights deal between FOX SPORTS and Foxtel and free-to-air partner the Seven Network.
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FOX SPORTS and streaming service Kayo will show every Supercars Championship session live and ad-break free along with support categories, starting with this weekend’s Sydney SuperNight.
STV broadcast times on FOX SPORTS 506 and Kayo (all times AEDT):
Friday – 1pm to 7pm
Saturday – 12:15pm to 9:45pm
Sunday – 8am to 6pm
The Sydney Motorsport Park races will also be shown live on Seven as the first of six championship rounds that will be simulcast on FTA and STV across the 2022 season.
Joining the Sydney SuperNight among the races to be shown live on the Seven Network are the Darwin Triple Crown, Townsville 500, Repco Bathurst 1000, Gold Coast 500 and Repco Newcastle 500, with delayed coverage for remaining rounds.
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The Seven Network will carry five hours of live coverage on Saturday and Sunday of the Sydney SuperNight.
While ad-breaks will be a feature of the free-to-air coverage, the racing will continue to be shown via a picture-in-picture arrangement as used by Seven in 2021.
FTA broadcast times on the Seven Network (all times AEDT):
Saturday – 4:30pm to 9:30pm on 7mate, 7plus
Sunday – 12pm to 5pm on 7, 7plus
WHO’S DOING WHAT IN THE COVERAGE?
Jess Yates will return to host the FOX SPORTS coverage for an eighth straight season, joined by expert commentators Mark Skaife and Neil Crompton.
Over on Seven, Mark Beretta and Jack Perkins will headline the free-to-air broadcast.
The most high-profile addition to the broadcast team is Riana Crehan, who returns to a role that includes pit lane reporting for the first time since the 2020 Bathurst 1000.
Crehan joins Chad Neylon, Mark Larkham, Garth Tander and Craig Lowndes among the on-air talent pool for Supercars’ broadcasts, as does support category caller Matt Naulty.