The Top End will host the BetEasy Darwin Triple Crown on 8-9 August followed by the Darwin SuperSprint on 15-16 August.
The events will provide a welcome boost to our economy with the Supercars crews and support teams based here for a couple of weeks.
Spectators will be permitted on all four race days, with 4,500 tickets available per day and strict hygiene and social distancing measures in place.
Supercars CEO Sean Seamer said it was great to have locked in the double-header with the Northern Territory Government for two weeks of racing in August.
I would like to thank Chief Minister Gunner and NT Health for working with Supercars on this concept, which allows for us to make the most out of our key Northern legs of this year’s championship.
Darwin is such a special event for the championship and a real favourite of the teams, drivers and fans.
-Supercars CEO Sean Seamer
In line with the approved COVID-19 Safety Plan, there will be no concerts or support categories this year, with the race weekends all about the Supercars action on the track.
Supercars crews and support teams will be based in Queensland for 14 days before arriving in the Territory. They have undergone regular COVID-19 testing and will limit their interaction with Territorians while they are here.
Tickets for both weekends are limited. Tickets for the 15-16 August will be on sale from 2pm on 21 July 2020.
For more information, visit www.darwinsupercars.com.au.