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Here's all the ways to keep up to date on the 2019 Bathurst 1000

By Cameron Kirby, 08 Oct 2019 Motorsport

Watch Bathurst 1000 Supercars Live

There are plenty of ways to watch the biggest race of the year

It’s that time of the year again, with the Bathurst 1000 taking place this weekend.

We are sure you’ll be wanting to tune in for the biggest race in the country. Thankfully, we’ve got you covered.

This year’s Bathurst 1000 will be covered both on free-to-air television, and through services such as Foxtel and Kayo which cost a few dollars.

For a full rundown of the different packages on offer, read our comprehensive guide here.

Read next: Five things you didn’t know about the Bathurst 1000

All times listed in this article are in AEDST, so adjust accordingly to where you are watching from.

Coverage for the Bathurst 1000 starts on Wednesday, before practice on Thursday, qualifying on Friday, the Top 10 Shootout on Saturday, and the big race on Sunday.

Here’s the Bathurst 1000 schedule for the Supercars throughout the weekend.

Bathurst 100 2019 schedule

Thursday October 10

  • Practice 1: 9:55am-10:55am
  • Practice 2 (co-drivers only): 12:45pm-1:45pm
  • Practice 3: 4:00pm-5:00pm

Friday October 11

  • Practice 4 (co-drivers only): 8:25am-9:25am
  • Practice 5: 11:05am-12:05pm
  • Qualifying: 4:00pm-4:40pm

Saturday October 12

  • Practice 6: 9:40am-10:10am
  • Practice 7: 12:10pm-12:40pm
  • Top 10 Shootout: 5:05pm-5:50pm

Sunday October 13

  • Warm up: 8:20am-8:40am
  • Race (161 laps): 11:30am-6:30pm

Bathurst 1000 Track

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Where to watch

Supercars Trackside will be broadcast on Wednesday night through Fox Sports channel 506 and Kayo, from 4:30pm-5:30pm

On Thursday, Fox Sports channel 506 and Kayo will broadcast the on-track action from 7:20am to 5:45pm

On Friday, Fox Sports channel 506 and Kayo will broadcast the on-track action from 7:20am to 5:20pm. Channel 10 will begin free-to-air coverage at 1:00pm until 5:00pm.

Once the Shootout has concluded, Fox Sports channel 506 and Kayo will broadcast the Pit Stop Challenge from pit lane at 6:30pm-7:30pm.

Gallery: 2019's brand new Bathurst 1000 liveries

On Saturday Fox Sports channel 506 and Kayo will broadcast from 8:05am until 5:55pm, while free-to-air coverage on Channel 10 starts at 11:30pm, and ends at 6:00pm.

For the race on Sunday, Fox Sports channel 506 and Kayo will broadcast from 7:30am until 7:00pm, with no ad breaks during the race.

Gallery: Friday behind the scenes at the Mountain

Channel 10 will begin its broadcast at 7:30, and conclude at 6:30pm, however, it will have ad breaks during the race.

 

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