Supercars Sydney SuperSprint Qualifying – Start time, how to watch, channel & more

This weekend Supercars heads to Sydney Motorsport Park for the Sydney SuperSprint. Click here to find out how to watch qualifying, when it starts and more.

Supercars Sydney SuperSprint Qualifying – Start time, how to watch, channel & more

After a four-month break Supercars is back, the 2020 season resuming with a two-day sprint round at Sydney Motorsport Park.

A short and sharp format has been implemented for the round, which will be decided over three 130-kilometre races.

There will also be a unique qualifying format on Saturday, with a regular session followed by a Top 15 Shootout.

On Sunday there will be two traditional qualifying sessions.

When is qualifying for the Sydney SuperSprint?

Qualifying for Saturday's race will kick off at 1:15pm AEST, with the best 15 drivers heading into the Top 15 Shootout while the other nine cars will be locked into their starting position.

On Sunday the two race grids will be determined by a pair of 15-minute sessions.

Saturday 27th June 2020

  • Qualifying: 1:15pm – 1:40pm AEST
  • Top 15 Shootout: 1:50pm – 2:30pm AEST

Sunday 28th June 2020

  • Qualifying Race 2: 10:35am – 10:50am AEST
  • Qualifying Race 3: 10:55am – 11:10am AEST

How can I watch Supercars Sydney qualifying?

  • Channel: Fox Sports 506

The live Fox Sports coverage for Saturday's Supercars action in Sydney will start at 10:45am AEST, right before the first of two free practice sessions.

On Sunday the telecast will begin at 10:30am before the first of two qualifying sessions.

Can I stream Supercars Sydney qualifying?

Qualifying for the Supercars Sydney SuperSprint can be live streamed via subscription streaming services Foxtel Go, Foxtel Now and Kayo.

Foxtel Go is part of a regular Foxtel subscription, while Foxtel Now is a standalone service that costs $54 per month including the Sports package.

Kayo is a dedicated sports streaming service with subscriptions starting at $25 per month.

Practice Results

It was the Red Bull Holdens that set the early pace in Sydney, with Shane van Gisbergen and Jamie Whincup topping a practice session each.

On both occasions Scott McLaughlin was second fastest, setting up a classic battle of the heavyweight heading into three qualifying sessions and three races.

Practice 1 results

Cla # Driver Car Time Gap Interval
1 97 New Zealand Shane van Gisbergen Holden Commodore ZB 1'28.917    
2 17 New Zealand Scott McLaughlin Ford Mustang GT 1'29.078 0.160 0.160
3 99 Australia Anton De Pasquale Holden Commodore ZB 1'29.101 0.183 0.022
4 25 Australia Chaz Mostert Holden Commodore ZB 1'29.478 0.560 0.377
5 6 Australia Cameron Waters Ford Mustang GT 1'29.481 0.563 0.003
6 18 Australia Mark Winterbottom Holden Commodore ZB 1'29.488 0.570 0.006
7 12 New Zealand Fabian Coulthard Ford Mustang GT 1'29.509 0.591 0.021
8 14 Australia Todd Hazelwood Holden Commodore ZB 1'29.515 0.597 0.005
9 7 New Zealand Andre Heimgartner Ford Mustang GT 1'29.654 0.736 0.138
10 5 Australia Lee Holdsworth Ford Mustang GT 1'29.668 0.750 0.014
11 9 Australia David Reynolds Holden Commodore ZB 1'29.676 0.759 0.008
12 55 Australia Jack Le Brocq Ford Mustang GT 1'29.724 0.806 0.047
13 20 Australia Scott Pye Holden Commodore ZB 1'29.762 0.844 0.037
14 15 Australia Rick Kelly Ford Mustang GT 1'29.800 0.882 0.037
15 2 Australia Bryce Fullwood Holden Commodore ZB 1'29.900 0.982 0.100
16 19 Australia Alex Davison Holden Commodore ZB 1'30.210 1.292 0.310
17 44 Australia James Courtney Ford Mustang GT 1'30.292 1.374 0.081
18 35 Australia Garry Jacobson Holden Commodore ZB 1'30.575 1.657 0.283
19 8 Australia Nick Percat Holden Commodore ZB 1'30.636 1.718 0.061
20 22 New Zealand Chris Pither Holden Commodore ZB 1'30.658 1.740 0.021
21 4 Australia Jack Smith Holden Commodore ZB 1'30.717 1.799 0.059
22 3 Australia Macauley Jones Holden Commodore ZB 1'30.987 2.069 0.270
23 88 Australia Jamie Whincup Holden Commodore ZB 1'31.704 2.786 0.717
24 34 Australia Jake Kostecki Holden Commodore ZB 1'31.784 2.866 0.079

Practice 2 results

Cla # Driver Car Time Gap Interval
1 88 Australia Jamie Whincup Holden Commodore ZB 1'28.831    
2 17 New Zealand Scott McLaughlin Ford Mustang GT 1'28.989 0.157 0.157
3 97 New Zealand Shane van Gisbergen Holden Commodore ZB 1'29.016 0.185 0.027
4 5 Australia Lee Holdsworth Ford Mustang GT 1'29.051 0.219 0.034
5 99 Australia Anton De Pasquale Holden Commodore ZB 1'29.070 0.238 0.018
6 8 Australia Nick Percat Holden Commodore ZB 1'29.081 0.250 0.011
7 25 Australia Chaz Mostert Holden Commodore ZB 1'29.272 0.441 0.191
8 7 New Zealand Andre Heimgartner Ford Mustang GT 1'29.273 0.441 0.000
9 3 Australia Macauley Jones Holden Commodore ZB 1'29.313 0.481 0.040
10 15 Australia Rick Kelly Ford Mustang GT 1'29.394 0.563 0.081
11 12 New Zealand Fabian Coulthard Ford Mustang GT 1'29.405 0.574 0.011
12 6 Australia Cameron Waters Ford Mustang GT 1'29.454 0.623 0.049
13 14 Australia Todd Hazelwood Holden Commodore ZB 1'29.499 0.668 0.045
14 9 Australia David Reynolds Holden Commodore ZB 1'29.531 0.700 0.032
15 55 Australia Jack Le Brocq Ford Mustang GT 1'29.631 0.799 0.099
16 35 Australia Garry Jacobson Holden Commodore ZB 1'29.638 0.807 0.007
17 44 Australia James Courtney Ford Mustang GT 1'29.650 0.818 0.011
18 2 Australia Bryce Fullwood Holden Commodore ZB 1'29.652 0.821 0.002
19 18 Australia Mark Winterbottom Holden Commodore ZB 1'29.793 0.962 0.141
20 20 Australia Scott Pye Holden Commodore ZB 1'29.804 0.972 0.010
21 19 Australia Alex Davison Holden Commodore ZB 1'29.931 1.100 0.127
22 4 Australia Jack Smith Holden Commodore ZB 1'30.102 1.271 0.170
23 22 New Zealand Chris Pither Holden Commodore ZB 1'30.198 1.367 0.096
24 34 Australia Jake Kostecki Holden Commodore ZB 1'30.576 1.745 0.378
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