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The 2019 V8 Supercars Championship was won by Scott McLaughlin for the second straight season. He broke Craig Lowndes’ record for the most wins in a Supercars championship.
DJR Team Penske were the team champions for 2019, while Ford won the manufacturers’ title.
The 2019 season started in Adelaide on March 2, was headlined by the Bathurst 1000 on October 13 and concluded with the Newcastle 500 on November 24.
Here is the full race list for the 2019 Supercars championship in calendar format.
|1||March 2-3||Adelaide 500||Adelaide Street Circuit|
|2||March 15-17||Melbourne 400||Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit|
|3||April 6-7||Tasmania SuperSprint||Symmons Plains Raceway|
|4||April 13-14||Phillip Island SuperSprint||Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit|
|5||May 3-4||Perth SuperNight||Barbagallo Wanneroo Raceway|
|6||May 25-26||Winton SuperSprint||Winton Motor Raceway|
|7||June 15-16||Darwin Triple Crown||Hidden Valley Raceway|
|8||July 6-7||Townsville 400||Townsville Street Circuit|
|9||July 27-28||Ipswich SuperSprint||Queensland Raceway|
|10||August 24-25||The Bend SuperSprint||The Bend Motorsport Park|
|11||September 14-15||Auckland SuperSprint||Pukekohe Park Raceway|
|12||October 13||Bathurst 1000||Mount Panorama Circuit|
|13||October 26-27||Gold Coast 600||Surfers Paradise Street Circuit|
|14||November 9-10||Sandown 500||Sandown Raceway|
|15||November 23-24||Newcastle 500||Newcastle Street Circuit|