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The 2020 V8 Supercars Championship ran from February 22 until December 6 and saw the number of manufacturers whittled down to just two – Ford and Holden – after Nissan withdrew.
Scott McLaughlin won the drivers’ championship for the third consecutive year, DJR Team Penske defended their teams’ championship and Ford took out the manufacturers’ championship.
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||June 27-28||Sydney SuperSprint||Sydney Motorsport Park||4||July 18-19||Sydney SuperSprint||Sydney Motorsport Park|
|5||August 15-16||Darwin Triple Crown||Hidden Valley Raceway|
|6||August 22-23||Darwin SuperSprint||Hidden Valley Raceway|
|7||August 29-30||Townsville SuperSprint||Townsville Street Circuit|
|8||September 5-6||Townsville SuperSprint||Townsville Street Circuit|
|9||September 19-20||The Bend SuperSprint||The Bend Motorsport Park|
|10||September 26-27||The Bend SuperSprint||The Bend Motorsport Park|
|11||October 18||Bathurst 1000||Mount Panorama Circuit|