Australia’s first Supercars doubleheader wrapped up today, with last year’s BetEasy Darwin Triple Crown winner Scott McLaughlin taking out the CoreStaff Darwin SuperSprint Territory 2.0 trophy. His win followed Jamie Whincup taking home the 2020 BetEasy Darwin Triple Crown last weekend.
Supercars fans rejoice! Five hundred of you will get the chance to personally meet your Supercars heroes at an exclusive Pit Lane Walk this Sunday as part of the CoreStaff Darwin SuperSprint event.
There is still time to put forward an everyday legend for a 2020 Foster and Kinship Carer Excellence Award, with the nominations deadline now extended to midnight on Sunday 23 August.
The BetEasy Darwin Triple Crown is one of the most elusive trophies on the Supercars circuit. It has only been awarded once since its inception in 2006, to Scott McLaughlin when he won all three events at the 2019 event.
Wackadoo! Everybody’s favourite blue heeler, Bluey, is making her way to the BetEasy Darwin Triple Crown on 15-16 August at Hidden Valley Raceway, along with her little sister, Bingo.
The popular Supercars Transporter Convoy is set to go ahead on Thursday, 13 August. Every year the Convoy helps build the excitement for race day at Hidden Valley, and the BetEasy Darwin Triple Crown will follow the Convoy on 15-16 August.
The Darwin doubleheader of Supercars action is back on track, with the CoreStaff Darwin SuperSprint set to take place on 22-23 August.
Congratulations to Christine Pascoe from Maningrida who is the June winner for the Pride in Your Place Awards!
In a welcome twist to the Darwin Supercars, fans will definitely see the BetEasy Darwin Triple Crown lifted this year, a spectacle only enjoyed once before since the Crown’s inception in 2006.
August marks the start of NT Seniors Month, which is dedicated to celebrating and acknowledging the continuing contribution older Territorians make to our community.