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Who won V8 Supercars today 2021?

Who won V8 Supercars today 2021?

Shane van Gisbergen
In less than 60 days, Shane van Gisbergen will begin his title defence, having dominated the 2021 Repco Supercars Championship. Van Gisbergen was champion-elect after the penultimate 2021 round in Sydney, and made his second crown official at Mount Panorama.

Who won Bathurst 2021 leaderboard?

Chaz Mostert wins the 2021 Bathurst 1000 with co-driver Tim Holdsworth! There might have been a bit of a sense of anti-climax after Shane van Gisbergen’s flat tyre, but that was an incredible performance.

Where can i stream V8 Supercars?

How to watch V8 Supercars live in Australia. Fox Sports is the home of the high-octane series, showing practice, qualifying and race days from every round this year. You can access it via Foxtel iQ, Foxtel Now or Kayo Sports.

Who won today’s V8 Supercar race?

Shane van Gisbergen has won a chaotic Race 7, which was shortened after two Safety Car periods. Van Gisbergen, who raced from 23rd to third on Friday, extended his points lead with a fifth win of 2022.

Who won top ten shootout?

Walkinshaw Andretti United star Chaz Mostert has smashed the lap record during a wild Top 10 Shootout to claim pole for the Bathurst 1000.

How much money do you get for winning Bathurst?

It will also be a Showcase meeting with minimum prizemoney of $30,000 for total stakes of $275,000. The Cup is the feature and carries prizemoney of $50,000. Special guest for the day is John Letts [pictured left], the former Australian jockey whose career spanned almost 30 years and rode 2350 winners.

How much do v8 Supercar drivers get paid?

The big teams now have to go out and pay guys to come and do three races a year. And they’re not paying peanuts either; an insider told that at a decent team, deals start around the $60,000 mark – and in some cases go well over 100K.

How can I watch V8 Supercars in 2021?

Every session of the Repco Supercars Championship is broadcast live in high definition on Foxtel (Fox Sports 506) within Australia. Looking to live stream? Get Kayo and stream every practice, qualifying session and race of the 2021 Repco Supercars Championship LIVE for those living in Australia.

Who won the car race yesterday?

Denny Hamlin won NASCAR’s race at Richmond for his fourth win at his hometown track and 47th Cup career victory.