Three-race format for Bathurst Eseries round
Esports | April 21st, 2020
Supercars will use a three-race format for its third All Stars Eseries round on the Mount Panorama circuit tomorrow night.
Continuing the rolling formats concept, the Aussie series will shake things up for a third straight virtual round.
Qualifying will be staged in a somewhat traditional fashion for Bathurst, with a standard session to set positions 11 to 29 for the first eight-lap race, followed by a Top 10 Shootout.
The grid for the second eight-lapper will then be the reverse of the finishing order from Race 1, each of the ‘sprint’ races featuring a single mandatory stop for tyres.
The finishing order from Race 2 will then determine the grid for the 14-lap finale, which will include two mandatory stops for fuel and tyres.
David Reynolds will also return to the #9 Erebus entry after being subbed out for Will Brown last week.
Live coverage of qualifying will begin on Fox Sports at 6pm AEST, before the race broadcast – which will be streamed live and free through Motorsport.tv – kicks off at 7pm.