Bathurst 1000 2020 is an upcoming event. It will air on October Oct 8 and it will be finished on Oct 11. You need to prepare to enjoy 2020 Bathurst 1000 Live. We share all information about Bathurst 1000 2020 with you. You have to follow the instructions.
As first flagged by Motorsport.com, Supercars will use the Bathurst 1000, the only endurance race on the 2020 schedule, to bring the season to a close. That will allow team personnel usually based in locked down Victoria, who has been on the road since early July due to border restrictions, to return home and enjoy an extended off-season.
The Great Race has also been pushed be back a week, with the original October 11 date swapped for October 18. Motorsport Australia has already confirmed that both a Supercars series winner and an Australian Touring Car Champion can be crowned after Bathurst. Meanwhile, The Bend has been locked in for a September doubleheader. After weeks of speculation about an additional two rounds at Queensland Raceway, Motorsport.com revealed last week that The Bend had become a genuine contender for the September slot.
When and Where is Bathurst 1000 2020?
The Bathurst 1000 is held in Bathurst, New South Wales on the Mount Panorama Circuit. The 161 lap race that is the marquee event of the weekend occurs on Sunday, October 13 at 11:30 am Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT). The race will conclude at approximately 6:30 pm on the same day.
How can you watch Bathurst 1000 2020 live on the official channel?
Fox Sports is the official channel for Bathurst 1000 2020. So people all over the world can enjoy Bathurst 1000 2020 Live from Fox Sports Official Channel. The official channel is always truster. Because only the official channel has the right to stream any event. If you want to watch Bathurst 1000 2020, you need to select the Fox Sports channel. To enjoy Bathurst 1000 2020 Live Stream, you must first confirm your subscription to Fox Sports. You cannot enjoy Bathurst 1000 2020 Live without a subscription. Therefore, don’t be too late to subscribe to Fox Sports Channel.
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How can you watch Bathurst 1000 2020 live Free?
Every race of the V8 Supercars Championship will be broadcast live on Fox Sports (Foxtel/Kayo), while channel Ten will be televising just seven of the events live, to include free to air Bathurst 1000 coverage, with the remaining races shown as highlights during the Monday evening after. The championship races on Fox Sports (Foxtel/Kayo) will also be shown without ad-breaks, and in HD where available.
Kayo Sports will also take the coverage of this year’s Bathurst 1000 to a new level, with the opportunity to catch every angle of Mount Panorama with Kayo’s Heli-Cam Channel, whilst the Race Centre Channel will keep viewers up to date with all the stats, data, and leaderboards. Kayo will also offer the option of dedicated Ford or Holden Co-Pilot Cams. These new cameras will rotate through the two teams’ drivers and cars across Qualifying, the Top 10 Shootout, and the big race, while those who jump in late have the choice to stream from Live or start at the beginning with the ‘From Start’ feature.
How To Watch Bathurst 1000 2020 Live Stream From Australia and New Zealand?
If you’re without a TV and want to stream the race, your best bet is to use Kayo Sports. This is Foxtel’s dedicated sports streaming platform which will be showing all the races including the ultimate Virgin Australia Supercars Championship. If you haven’t signed up to Kayo before, you can activate a two week trial for free. After the trial, pricing starts at $25 per month but there’s no lock-in contract, so you can cancel at any time.
New Zealanders can use the Sky Go platform to stream the race, but you will need to sign up for Sky and download the Sky Go app or go to the live desktop site. If you live outside of Australia and New Zealand, you may need to invest in Superview, which is the streaming subscription offered by the Supercar championship. This gives you live streaming access to every race of the Supercar season, not just Bathurst, but it will set you back approximately $40.