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How to watch Race Sydney

Stan Sport and the Nine Network will once again host all the action from the Shannons SpeedSeries’ penultimate round of the 2023 season, Race Sydney.

Racing fans will be treated to more than 11 hours of live, ad-break free and on-demand coverage of both international-themed Race Sydney, along with three hours of free-to-air coverage.

Four exciting categories will compete at Sydney Motorsport Park this weekend, with fans to be treated to more than 18 hours of on-track action across the two days.

View the full schedule here.

The first leg of the New South Wales double header will see more than 11 hours of coverage, which will feature the Kumho TCR World Tour under the lights at Sydney Motorsport Park.

Stan Sport’s coverage will kick off at 5pm AEDT on Friday and run right through to the end of the final session at 9:30pm AEDT, while Saturday’s coverage will see an earlier start at 2pm AEDT.

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Nine Network will also broadcast selected Free to Air coverage on Saturday starting at 2pm AEDT and running through to 5pm AEDT.

International viewers wanting to watch the action can watch the broadcast live via speedseries.com.au/tv or speedcafe.com.

Fans will also be able to watch interviews and extensive highlights via all Shannons SpeedSeries’ social platforms, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, X and TikTok, as well as the Live Wall on speedseries.com.au/live-wall

Of course, those who are able to make the journey are encouraged to join in for the action-packed weekends, with tickets selling fast for both events.

Affordable tickets can be pre-purchased at motorsporttickets.com.au, with no additional fees for securing your place ahead of time.

Stan Sport Broadcast times

Race Sydney

Stan Sport

Friday: 5pm – 9:30pm AEDT

Saturday: 2pm – 9:30pm AEDT

Nine Network

Saturday: 2pm – 5pm AEDT

The penultimate round of Shannons SpeedSeries will be Race Sydney and will take place at Sydney Motorsport Park on 3-4 November.