The BP Supercars All Stars Eseries returns tonight, with Formula 1 superstar Max Verstappen joining the grid as a wildcard to take on the full suite of Supercars drivers over four races.
Following the opening round, Scott McLaughlin (Shell V-Power Ford) leads the online Championship ahead of Cam Waters (Monster Energy Ford) and Chaz Mostert (Mobil 1 Online Appliances Holden).
Tonight, racing moves to Europe where Verstappen will use his knowledge of the Silverstone and Barcelona circuits over four races.
Verstappen will race in a Red Bull Holden. The #33 Commodore will sport a similar livery to his F1 ride.
While McLaughlin won two out of three races last week, Supercheap Auto Ford’s Jack Le Brocq also put his name on the winners’ list.
He will join his Tickford teammates Waters and Lee Holdsworth in trying to best Verstappen and McLaughlin tonight.
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Qualifying for the second round of the Supercars All Stars Eseries at Silverstone (UK) and Barcelona (Spain) will begin on Wednesday night at 6:00pm AEST, will be broadcast exclusively on Fox Sports 506 before racing begins at 7:00pm.
From 7:00pm as was the case for Round One, the races will be broadcast live on Fox Sports 506, Kayo, Sky Sports (NZ) and 10 Play.
Online international fans can watch races via Supercars Facebook Page, Supercars’ Teams Facebook Pages and Red Bull TV.
Supercars will issue a VNR for Thursday morning which includes race vision and post-race interviews.