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The 2022 Supercars Championship runs from March 4 until November 20 and will see manufacturers Ford and Holden go head-to-head yet again as 13 teams travel the country starting in Newcastle and ending in Sydney.
Shane van Gisbergen won his second Supercars title in 2021 as he denied Jamie Whincup a fairytale end to his final season in the sport before he retired. Red Bull Ampol Racing will want to repeat their 2021 Teams Championship.
Here is the full race list of the 2022 Supercars championship in calendar format.
|1||March 4-6||Repco Newcastle 500||Newcastle Street Circuit – Newcastle, NSW|
|2||March 26-27||Tasmania SuperSprint||Symmons Plains Raceway – Launceston, TAS|
|3||April 7-10||Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix||Albert Park Grand Prix Circuit – Melbourne, VIC||4||April 30 – May 1||Bunnings Trade Perth SuperNight||Wanneroo Raceway – Perth, WA|
|5||May 21-22||Winton SuperSprint||Winton Motor Raceway – Winton, VIC|
|6||June 18-19||Merlin Darwin Triple Crown||Hidden Valley Raceway – Darwin, NT|
|7||July 8-10||NTI Townsville 500||Reid Park Street Circuit – Townsville, QLD|
|8||July 30-31||OTR SuperSprint||The Bend Motorsport Park – Tailem Bend, SA|
|9||August 19-21||Penrite Oil Sandown SuperSprint||Sandown International Motor Raceway – Melbourne, VIC|
|10||September 10-11||ITM Auckland SuperSprint||Pukekohe Park Raceway – Pukekohe, NZ|
|11||October 6-9||Repco Bathurst 1000||Mount Panorama Motor Racing Circuit – Bathurst, NSW|
|12||October 28-30||Boost Mobile Gold Coast 500||Surfers Paradise Street Circuit – Gold Coast, QLD|
|13||November 18-20||Beaurepaires Sydney Super 600||Sydney Motorsport Park – Eastern Creek, NSW|