How to Watch Race Tailem Bend

After three big rounds the Shannons SpeedSeries’ 2024 season heads to South Australia, with Race Tailem Bend the next stop on the calendar.

Taking place at Shell V-Power Motorsport Park in South Australia, three bumper days are scheduled for Race Tailem Bend, which will include seven exciting categories battling it out on the facility’s west circuit.

Making up the jam-packed bill is the Fanatec GT World Challenge Australia Powered By AWS, Supercheap Auto TCR Australia Series, Trico Trans Am Series, Monochrome GT4 Australia, Porsche Michelin Sprint Challenge Australia, Precision National Sports Sedans and Meguiar’s Australian Production Cars.

Those who can make it to the event can still secure their place via motorsporttickets.com.au with multiple ticketing options still available.

Weekend passes start from $60 per person and day passes start from $35, while Friday’s action is free for all ages. Children under the age of 15 can attend the event all weekend for free. There’s no extra charge for pre-purchasing tickets, so anyone heading along is encouraged to buy their tickets in advance to save delays at the gates.

Like the previous three rounds, the Seven Network will broadcast a large portion of Saturday and Sunday’s action at Race Tailem Bend via its free online service, 7plus.

The strong on-air team featured at previous SpeedSeries rounds will continue to showcase the 7plus coverage.

Hosting the action from The Bend will be Greg Rust, Matt Naulty, Richard Craill, Cameron van den Dungen and Sarah Burt.

Regular host Chris Stubbs misses this round due to other international TV commitments, but stepping in to join the team for Race Tailem Bend will be Australian Grand Prix TV commentator James Baldwin, with Stubbs to return to the coverage later this year following his overseas commitments.

Fans will be able to tune into the majority of Saturday and Sunday’s action via 7plus with each day live and free, as well as catch up on demand.

Photos: Speed Shots Photography

Watch live on 7plus
Saturday 1 June
7plus: 10:00am – 4:30pm

Sunday 2 June
7plus: 10:00am – 4:30pm

All times are in ACST (Adelaide time).

Sign up for a free 7plus account.

International viewers can watch via the Shannons SpeedSeries website, by visiting www.speedseries.com.au/tv.

Click here for ticket information via motorsporttickets.com.au

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Fans will also be able to view results, daily wraps and video highlights throughout the weekend via the Shannons SpeedSeries Facebook, Instagram, X and TikTok accounts.

The 2024 Race Tailem Bend takes place at Shell V-Power Motorsport Park on 31 May – 2 June.