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Supercars set for unchanged broadcast line-up

THERE will be a familiar set of faces and voices leading the Supercars broadcast this year.

While there has been a key change in the background, with Nathan Prendergast’s return as head of broadcast coming at David Tunnicliffe’s expense, the team with microphones in hand will be unchanged.

Prendergast confirmed Jess Yates, Neil Crompton and Mark Skaife will continue to lead the coverage.

Again in pitlane will be Chad Neylon, Garth Tander, Riana Crehan and Mark Larkham, while Craig Lowndes, Richard Craill and Matt Naulty are back to call support category action.

Neylon and Tander are in line to make main game commentary cameos during the course of the season.

Meanwhile, the Seven Network has announced its 2024 talent will continue to be fronted by Mark Beretta and Jack Perkins.

The 2024 Repco Supercars Championship marks the penultimate season of the five-year television deal struck with Fox Sports and Seven.

This weekend’s Thrifty Bathurst 500 will be the first of six free-to-air events this year, joined by Darwin, Townsville, the Bathurst 1000, Gold Coast and Adelaide.

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