Who Will Win the Last Race of the V8 Supercars Championship at the Sydney 500?
Stars ready for the season-ending Supercars race
Don't miss out the exciting and nail biting season finale of the 2016 V8 Supercars Championship (also known as 2016 Virgin Australia Supercars Championship) on December 2 - 4, 2016. Racing champs like Jamie Whincup, Chaz Mostert, Mark Winterbottom, Will Davisonpush are expected to push their limits in the final round at Sydney Olympic Park for the Coates Hire Sydney 500.
Spectators and solid fans will get free trackside entry on Friday to watch Supercars and Support Category racing action. Another good news is that the ARIA award-winning band Killing Heidi will headline a huge line-up of Australian music acts, along with Natalie Bassingthwaighte and Stonefield on the Saturday night in Cathy Freeman Park.
So what are you waiting for? Make sure to book your tickets now and watch the race action live.
Want to explore Sydney after the event? With so many must-see attractions and iconic landmarks to visit, make sure to book a car hire in Sydney at VroomVroomVrooom to enjoy more time exploring this vibrant city.
Fun facts about Supercars
Known as the premier motorsport category in Australasia and one of Australia's biggest sports, the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship, which is formally called as Australian Touring Car Championship, deliver an exhilarating and accessible motorsports-led entertainment to engaged and passionate fans, offering a proud and aligned set of partners, race teams and employees.
Did you know that from 1960 to 1968, the Australian Touring Car Championship was determined by a single race, and from 1969 onwards, it has been driven by a series? Take note that from 1995 until 2012, it was only the domain of the legendary Holden vs Ford battle. Its title changed from the traditional 'Australia Touring Car Championship' to the 'Shell Championship Series' in 1999. In 2003, the series was established as the 'V8 Supercars Championship Series' and in 2011, it was simplified to the 'V8 Supercars Championship'. The year 2013 saw the first year for the Car of the Future (COTF), where all these new competitive cars are lighter and have increased agility.