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How to watch 2023 V8 Supercars Championship live online in Australia

Never miss a lap of the Supercars in 2023.

Update: See this weekends Bathurst 1000 race guide.

2023 sees the V8 Supercars Championship in a different era under a new Gen3 ruleset, featuring all new cars designed to enhance the live racing spectacle.

There will be 25 cars competing, split across 6 Camaro and 5 Mustang racing teams. With Holden having bowed out of Supercars last year, the rivalry is now Ford vs Chevrolet, which was a feature of the early years of the Australian Touring Car Championship.

Some changes in the calendar for 2023 include the Newcastle 500 returning to season opener after a 3-year absence due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the Sandown 500 back for the first time since 2019.

How to watch V8 Supercars live in Australia

You can watch every Supercars practice, qualifying session and race live with no ad-breaks during racing on either Foxtel Now, Foxtel iQ or Kayo.

In 2023, the 7 Network will be showing 6 of the 12 races live, and you'll also be able to stream on 7plus.

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Watch V8 Supercars live on Foxtel Now

To watch Supercars on Foxtel Now, you'll need the Sport pack, which costs $54 a month. This gets you not only live sport but TV shows and movies as well. A 10-day free trial is available for new customers.

Foxtel Now is available on PCs and Macs, mobile devices, Chromecast and AirPlay, PS4, Telstra TV and the Foxtel Now box.

Instead of streaming via Foxtel Now, you could watch the Supercars with a set-top box on Foxtel iQ. It will also show every race of the Supercars season like Foxtel Now, but it is a more expensive option, with no free trial. To watch the V8 Supercars you will need the Sports HD and Foxtel Plus packs, for a combined cost of $100 a month. Again you also get access to entertainment content as well as sport, plus you can watch some content in 4K where available. Foxtel iQ users also get access to the Foxtel GO app, which allows you to stream from your mobile devices.


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Watch Supercars live on Kayo Sports

The V8 Supercars Championship is part of more than 50 sports Kayo has for you to choose from. It has the same sports content as Foxtel at less than half the price, with greater device flexibility and a host of brilliant sport-specific viewing features.

For $25 a month you get access to Kayo on only 1 device at a time. At $35 a month you can view on 2 simultaneous streams. If you're looking for a higher quality stream, the Basic plan is 4K compatible. A 7-day free trial is available for new customers.

Kayo is also available on a wide range of devices. It is compatible with Macs and PCs, plus iOS and Android devices, Chromecast, Apple TV, Android TV, Telstra TV, PlayStation 4 and 5 and selected smart TVs.

Great viewing features, such as picture-in-picture, SplitView (up to 4 channels at once), hide scores, rewind live TV, game-day hub and Key Moments are also a major selling point of Kayo. Kayo also brings out all the stops for the great race, the Bathurst 1000, with its RaceView Mode feature, which offers an on-board camera or a heli-view. Race centre also takes you straight to the leaderboard and driver stats.


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Watch Supercars live on 7 Network

As mentioned, only 6 of the 12 scheduled rounds in the Supercars season are live on free-to-air TV via Channel 7 and streamed via 7plus, but there will be ads screened throughout the race. The remaining rounds will be shown on delay as highlights.

Channel 7 also doesn't always show the entire race weekend, it might only show the action from a Saturday and Sunday, missing the Friday's schedule of events.

How to watch V8 Supercars online for free

There are a couple of ways you can watch the V8 Supercars for free, but you won't be able to watch every race for free.

Half the season is broadcast via the 7 Network, so you'll be able to catch 50% of 2023 Supercars races for nothing. Any races that are screened on the 7 Network are also screened via Kayo Freebies, offering another way to watch at no cost. Watching via Kayo Freebies means you can watch with Kayo's special features.

How to watch Supercars overseas

If you are outside of Australia and New Zealand, you can watch the V8 Supercars using Superview. You can live stream every Supercars Championship practice, qualifying session and race in 2023. There are also full replays of each 2023 championship race and qualifying session. Superview costs $69.99 for a Championship Pass, which covers the entire 2023 season.

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