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The 2020 V8 Supercars Championship runs from February 22 until December 6 and will see the number of manufacturers whittled down to just two – Ford and Holden – after Nissan withdrew.
Scott McLaughlin is the back-to-back defending champion. He broke Craig Lowndes’ record for the most wins in a Supercars championship last year. Ford
Here is the full race list for the 2020 Supercars championship in calendar format.
|1||February 22-23||Adelaide 500||Adelaide Street Circuit|
|2||March 13-15||Melbourne Super400||Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit|
|3||April 4-5||Tasmania Super400||Symmons Plains Raceway|
|4||April 25-26||Auckland Super400||Hampton Downs Motorsport Park|
|5||May 16-17||Perth SuperNight||Barbagallo Wanneroo Raceway|
|6||June 6-7||Winton Super400||Winton Motor Raceway|
|7||June 27-28||Townsville 400||Townsville Street Circuit|
|8||July 18-19||Darwin Triple Crown||Hidden Valley Raceway|
|9||August 29-30||Sydney SuperNight||Sydney Motorsport Park|
|10||September 20||The Bend 500||The Bend Motorsport Park|
|11||October 11||Bathurst 1000||Mount Panorama Circuit|
|12||October 31-November 1||Gold Coast 600||Surfers Paradise Street Circuit|
|13||November 21-22||Sandown Super400||Sandown Raceway|
|14||December 5-6||Newcastle 500||Newcastle Street Circuit|